• Roadworks

     

    We look after more than 74,000 kilometres of pipes across our network. Making sure these pipes deliver your gas safely and reliably means that we need to upgrade or repair them at times. We know that roadworks can be frustrating, but our essential work keeps you, your family and local community safe. 

    You can find more about our work in your area by searching on roadworks.org (please note that this is a third party website). You can search for both current and future work by changing the dates in the location search bar. 

    A map image which links to roadworks.org when it is clicked on. This site will allow you to find out more about our work in your area

     

    Major gas network upgrades

     

    We’re working on a 30-year programme to upgrade our gas network. We’re replacing old metal pipes with new plastic pipe to ensure homes and businesses in the south of England and across Scotland continue to receive a safe and reliable gas supply for years to come. Here’s some of our major upgrade projects: 

    Broadstairs, Albion Street

    Chichester, College Lane

    Dumbarton, Glasgow Road

    Glasgow, City Centre

    Edinburgh, Broughton Street

    Edinburgh, Saughton Road North

    Erksine, Erskine Bridge

    Hawkhurst, Rye Road

    Lambeth, A23 Brixton Road 

    Maidstone, Tonbridge Road

    Oxford, Banbury Road

    Peckham, Rye Lane

    Raynes Park, West Barnes Lane 

    West Malling, Malling Road

    Woldingham, Station Road

     

    You can find more information about all our other gas network upgrade projects at roadworks.org.

     

     

    Emergency gas pipe repairs

     

    When upgrading pipes or installing a new connection, we can plan the roadworks in advance. But when safety is at stake we must respond quickly and efficiently, and this may mean having to carry out streetworks at very short notice or at night. Safety is at the heart of all we do, but we’re sorry if our emergency repairs inconvenience you.

     

    Friday 14 June - Bovington Lane, Bovington, BH20

    Our emergency repair work in Bovington Lane is ongoing.

    To ensure everyone's safety around our site, we've needed to close Bovington Lane between its two junctions with Linsay Road to motorists while we make our repairs. A signed diversion route has been setup. Buses will also be diverted around our work.

    Motorists are still able to access the Tank Museum along the one-way system on Linsay Road.

    We're aware this is a busy route and our engineers are working hard to get the repairs made as quickly and safely as possible. We hope that our work will not cause too much travel disruption, but advise you allow yourself more time to complete journeys in the area.

    We'll provide an update on our progress here soon.

     

    You can find more details about all our other emergency repairs at roadworks.org.