Three roads in the Harrow area are due to be temporarily closed from this weekend for roadworks.

Notices from Harrow Council in this week’s edition of the Harrow Times detail the closures that are due to take place in Headstone Lane, Milne Field and Streatfield Road.

Access to properties will be maintained “as far as practicably possible” during the closures in all three cases.

Part of Headstone Lane is set to be closed to vehicles overnight from 9pm to 8am from Saturday for utility works. The work is expected to be completed by Tuesday.

The closure will be in place between a point opposite the western boundary of Nos. 256 and 258 Headstone Lane and a point opposite the eastern boundary of Nos. 252 and 254.

The diversion will be via Long Elmes, Courtenay Avenue and Pinner Park Avenue and vice versa.

Utility works also mean a section of Milne Field is set to be closed from 5pm on Sunday, with the work expected to be completed by 4pm the following day.

During this period, traffic will be prohibited from entering or exiting the road at its junction with Uxbridge Road, Hatch End.

Furthermore, motorists will also be prohibited from waiting or loading at any time in parts of The Avenue, Hatch End, during this closure.

The diversion will be via Sherington Avenue, Rowlands Avenue and Uxbridge Road and vice versa.

A longer closure is due to affect Streatfield Road from 8am on Monday, again for utility works.

Vehicles will be prohibited from entering or exiting the road, between its junctions with Honeypot Lane/Queensbury Circle Parade and Langland Crescent, until the anticipated completion date of June 7.

The alternative route during this time will be via Culver Grove, Crowshott Avenue and Honeypot Lane and vice versa.

For full details of these and other notices, visit the public notices section of our website.