Temporary road closures

There are two types of road closure: 

  • Roadworks being carried out by utility companies or the Council
  • Closed for public events such as the local Carnival, half-marathon or Christmas festivities.

Apply for a temporary traffic regulation order

To apply for a closure to accommodate roadworks carried out by utility companies or the Council please read the following and complete the Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) application form and email it to infrastructure@hart.gov.uk.

Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders (TTROs) can be arranged when it is necessary to temporarily control vehicular or pedestrian activities along a length of public highway. Most commonly TTROs are road closures arranged on behalf of utility companies, developers or the highway authority; however they can also take the form of temporary speed limits, parking restrictions or one way orders. 

  • A temporary road closure can take up to four weeks to process due to the need to advertise closure notices within the press. Failure to provide all the information requested could result in delays in processing the application.

  • Applicants are required to pay the legal and administrative cost (£1,800) of processing the order and pay the cost (approx. £325 + VAT) of publishing notices within the local press.

  • The applicant is required to carry Public Liability Insurance to the value of £10 million per claim. Applicants will also be responsible for the signing of the road closure and the diversion route.

Apply for an event (street party)

To apply for a road closure for an event please read the following. This information is required when making an application: a road closure application form, a traffic management information form, Safety Advisory Group application form and a risk assessment for the event.

  • An event road closure application must be made eight weeks before the event. 

  • The applicant is required to carry Public Liability Insurance to the value of £10 million per claim.

  • Applicants will also be responsible for the signing of the road closure and the diversion route.

  • The event organiser must consult with all residents, businesses and the local town or parish council. If the event is on a local bus route then the bus company must also be consulted.

  • Access for emergency vehicles must be available at all times during the closure.

  • All litter, signs, notices, etc. must be removed as soon as possible after the event.

List of current and planned road closures:

Road Name

Area

Date of Closure

Reason for closure

Further information

 
A287 major improvements works - closures of Redfields Lane and Bowling Alley, speed restriction on A287 Church Crookham & Crondall 02/08/21-30/09/22 S278 works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
A3013 Cove Road (part of SE Water's Water Main Installation Project) Fleet 05/07/21 SE Water works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Bagwell Lane (part of SE Water's Water Main Installation Project) Winchfield 02/07/21 SE Water works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Beacon Hill Road - emergency closure for approx. 8 days Church Crookham 15/10/21 SE Water works Notice of Order  
Dippenhall Road Crondall 13/10/21 Esso survey works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Dippenhall Street Crondall 19/10/21 Esso survey works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Ewshot Lane Crondall 18/10/21 Esso survey works
Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Froyle Lane South Warnborough 11/10/21 BT works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Hardings Lane Hartley Wintney 04/10/21 Demolition works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Heath Lane Crondall 20/10/21 Esso survey works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Redlands Lane Crondall 21/10/21 Esso survey works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
Roke Lane & Itchel Lane Odiham 25/10/21 BT works Notice of Order
Diversion
 
St James Road Fleet 25/10/21 S278 works Notice of Order
Location plan
 
Well Road Crondall 27/10/21 Sewer works

Notice of Order
Diversion

 
White Hill Well 25/10/21 BT works Notice of Order
Diversion