Several roads in Enfield are set to be temporarily closed due to roadworks over the forthcoming weeks.

Notices placed by Enfield Council in this week’s edition of the Enfield Independent outline works that will lead to likely disruption from next week.

Maldon Road, between its junctions with Victoria Road and West Close, is due to be shut to traffic for two weeks as and when directed by road signs from Monday due to crane works.

Vehicles will be unable to use Trinity Avenue, between its junctions with First Avenue and Melbourne Way, from 8am until 6pm on Monday because of road improvement works.

An expected four-night closure is due to come into place in Clay Hill, between Theobald’s Park and Browning Road, from Tuesday from 8pm until 5am.

Lancaster Avenue, between Duchy Avenue and the boundary of Nos. 54 and 56 Lancaster Avenue, is set to be closed to vehicles from 8am until 6pm for two days from March 1.

Road improvement works are also due to lead to a one-day closure, from 8am to 6pm, on March 3 in Crescent West, between the boundary of Nos. 40 and 42 and the eastern flank wall of Gables Lodge.

Meanwhile, High Road N11 (Grove Road to dead end) is due to be closed from 8am to 5pm on Tuesday due to resurfacing works.

More work of this nature is due to lead to a two-night closure, from 8pm to 5am, of sections of Whitewebbs Lane and Bulls Cross next Thursday.

The parts of the roads due to be affected are Whitewebbs Lane, between Bulls Cross Ride and Bulls Cross; and Bulls Cross, between Whitewebbs Lane and Bullsmoor Lane.

Bullsmoor Ride at its junction with Bullsmoor Lane is also due to be closed for three days from March 1, between 9.30am and 3.30pm, as and when directed by road signs.

Further road works will involve the temporary closure of Stockingswater Lane, at its junction with A1055 Mollison Avenue, from March 4 for three days from 8am until 6pm.

For full details of any diversions while all these works are taking place, visit the public notices section of our website via this link.