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Next week traffic in Harrow Manorway will be occasionally disrupted as Bexley
Council presses on with their plan to create some sort of boulevard approach to
Abbey Wood’s new Crossrail station.
The artist’s impressions make it all look quite good.
Yesterday’s Press Release provides details on next week’s works, 31 trees are due to come down to be replaced in due course with 100 new ones.
Here’s some photos of the most prominent of the trees that appear to be for the chop.
The overall plan is to provide a nice wide road for the future, space has even been left to cater from a tramway should such a plan come to fruition.
However don’t hold your breath, Bexley Council’s priority is narrow roads and you can see signs of things to come at both extremities of Harrow Manorway. (Photo 4.)
Some older photos of activities at the northern end of Harrow Manorway may be seen here. I don’t get down there as often as perhaps I should.
The early indications are that the Harrow Manorway improvements will kill off the businesses in Wilton Road. When the Manorway is all modern and new with shops, that is where people will go.