Planned roadworks in Camberwell Town Centre, which may affect your journey to King’s College Hospital, are due to start on 18 June 2018.
The works include the refurbishment of Denmark Hill between the Barclays Bank and the Faraday Building (124-126 Denmark Hill). Temporary traffic lights will be used to control traffic flow.
Consequently, the roads around King’s College Hospital will be busier than usual and you may need to leave more time for your journey. Bus routes will remain accessible throughout the construction period, although there may be delays.
In addition, the crossing near Orpheus Street will be relocated to an area outside Butterfly Walk and a new raised table will be built on Orpheus Street at the junction with Denmark Hill, which is intended to reduce turning speeds and improve safety. There will also be a new pedestrian crossing built at Love Walk and there will be some temporary disruption to Daneville Road as this will be used for works access and site storage.
The roadworks will continue until April 2019 and will be carried out in phases. During the third phase, which takes place from 3 September to 12 November 2018, the pedestrian path outside Camberwell Sexual Health Centre on Denmark Hill will be narrowed to 1.2m – which means that it can be still accessed by wheelchair-users and those with pushchairs and prams.
Contact Lambeth Council if you have any queries.