Upcoming roadworks affecting journeys to the PRUH

15 March 2017 - There will be diversions in place on the roads close to the PRUH at the end of March and start of April

Works in progress sign

There will be diversions in place on the roads close to the PRUH at the end of March and start of April while works are carried out by Transport for London.

These diversions may affect some staff, patient and visitors’ journeys to and from the hospital.

Phase 1

Crofton Road and Croydon Road (A232) close to the PRUH will be closed overnight at the following times. Diversions will be in place, and this may affect some people’s journey to the PRUH. If you are travelling to the PRUH around these times, please allow extra time to complete your journey.

  • 9pm on 27 March - 5am 28 March (closure of Croydon Road, east bound only)
  • 9pm 28 March - 5am 29 March (closure of Croydon Road, east bound only)
  • 9pm 29 March - 5am 30 March (three way signalling will be in place on Crofton Road)
  • 9pm 30 March - 5am 31 March (closure of Crofton and Croydon Road)

Phase 2

The road directly outside the main entrance to the hospital (A21 Farnborough Common) will be closed overnight on two consecutive nights, from 9pm on 3 April until 5am on 4 April, and again from 9pm on 4 April until 5am on 5 April. Alternative access to the PRUH site will be via Crofton Road (A232) and Starts Hill Road. Diversion signs will be in place.

Please note that buses and cyclists will also be diverted, but the entrance will remain open to pedestrians. Further information about public transport to the PRUH can be found on the Transport for London website.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.


For further information please contact:
Molly Downing
Communications Assistant
molly.downing@nhs.net
Extension: +44 (0)20 3299 3257