Four streets in the Harrow area are set to be temporarily closed for roadworks, starting from Monday.

Notices from Harrow Council in this week’s edition of the Harrow Times detail the extent of the closures and other restrictions that may be necessary while works are carried out.

Utility works are set to shut Glebe Road, Stanmore, between its junction with The Broadway and Claire Gardens, from Monday. These are expected to be completed by January 28.

The diversion will be via Marsh Lane, Nelson Road, Haig Road and vice versa.

Kenton Gardens is due to be closed from No. 2 to the eastern junction with Kenton Road from 10pm on February 7 to 5.30am the next morning for utility works.

The alternative route will be via Kenton Road and the western junction of Kenton Gardens.

Utility works are also set to shut Kings Way from No. 49 to the junction with Queens Walk from February 7.

These works are anticipated to be completed by February 9 and the diversion will be via Barons Mead, Marlborough Hill, Queens Walk and vice versa.

More utility works are due to lead to the closure of Southdown Crescent from No. 2 to the northern junction of Roxeth Green Avenue from February 9 until February 11, if the work is completed on time.

Motorists should use Roxeth Green Avenue and the southern junction of Southdown Crescent and vice versa instead.

Visit the public notices section of our website for full details of these and other notices.