Thursday, 07 February 2013 17:26

Broadmoor Hospital Redevelopment

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The West London Mental Health NHS Trust is planning to redevelop Broadmoor Hospital. As a result, they will need to create a new haul road off of the A3095, so all the construction vehicles can access the site with minimum disruption to the local community.

As many local Chobham residents and other commuters use this route, we have been asked to inform all readers of the Chobham community website of this work, so that commuters can allow additional time for their journey, or find an alternative route if necessary.

The main roadworks are expected to start in the spring and last approximately 26 weeks. Watch the Chobham community website for further updates - we will post it here as soon as we have been told the exact start date. The West London Mental Health NHS Trust will also be carrying out some preparation work from Monday 18 February 2013 to Friday 22 February 2013, between 9am and 3pm. During these hours, a temporary traffic light system will be in operation which will reduce traffic to a single lane in both directions.

Any major changes to programme timescales will be posted on the Chobham community website. However, for day to day details regarding traffic flow, please check local radio news bulletins and relevant transport websites.

The Trust would like to thank everyone affected in advance for their patience whist this essential project is completed. If you have any queries, comments or would like to find out more information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us on 0208 354 8836.

You can learn more about the Broadmoore redevelopment on the Trust's website: http://www.wlmht.nhs.uk/about-the-trust/redevelopment/redevelopment-plans/

Nicholas Young

The original creator of the Chobham Net back in 1999. Founding director of Reaper Enterprises Ltd and Nicholas Young & Co Photography (www.nry.co.uk).

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