Parkers Row, SE1
Wednesday 19 September - 11.30am
Our work in Jamaica Road and Parkers Row is continuing today and we're now carrying out the emergency repairs to our gas main.
We're continuing to monitor the gas readings within the block of flats, which are now beginning to drop.
While this work continues, residents will be put up hotels again this evening. We're working as quickly as we can to secure the remaining bookings required for tonight and our Customer Service team will keep you updated with texts and calls. You can also call us with any questions and queries on our dedicated customer service number for this work - 0800 912 1717.
We're really sorry about the inconvenience this is causing, and thank affected residents for your continued patience and understanding as we continue to work as hard as possible to repair our gas main.
More information will be posted at around 7pm this evening.
Tuesday 18 September - 7pm
We’re continuing our emergency repairs to our gas main near the A200 Jamaica Road.
Our engineers have worked throughout the day in a difficult location to locate the leak in our main and will continue to work throughout the night to make the situation safe. This is very complex engineering work and it looks likely it will take our engineers until at least Thursday to find the exact location of the leak and carry out essential repairs.
To ensure everyone's safety, residents of Wade House flats in Parkers Row have been temporarily evacuated and are being put up in hotels again this evening.
The eastbound bus lane in the road between its junctions for Dockhead and Abbey Street remains temporarily closed. Traffic can still travel in both directions.
We'll be working 24/7 to make sure we complete our repairs as soon as possible. We'll post more information here on Wednesday morning.
Tuesday 18 September - 1pm
Our engineers are continuing with emergency repairs to our gas main near to the A200 Jamaica Road.
We've closed the eastbound bus lane in the road between its junctions for Dockhead and Abbey Street. Traffic can still travel in both directions.
We're working in a difficult location and this is very complex engineering work. At the moment, it's looking like it will take our engineers until Thursday at least to find the exact location of the leak and carry out the essential repairs.
Our Customer Service team are on hand to answer your questions and queries - please call them on on 0800 912 1717.
We'll be working 24/7 to make sure we complete our repairs as soon as possible. We'll post more information here at 7pm this evening.
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