This is what they are saying about Harrow Manorway, the regeneration project started in May 2017 with completion scheduled for June/July 2018.
Next week, on the evenings of Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th November, work will take place to resurface Harrow Manorway between the Sainsbury’s roundabout and the traffic light controlled pedestrian crossing outside Sainsbury’s. This is the final stage of resurfacing work on the Harrow Manorway scheme. To enable the works to take place safely, Harrow Manorway will be closed in both directions between the Sainsbury’s roundabout and the Knee Hill roundabout. The work will start at 7pm on each night and traffic will be diverted via McLeod Road, Basildon Road and Eynsham Drive.
It will be necessary to close Overton Road at the junction with Harrow Manorway while the work is taking place. Vehicle access to Overton Road will be maintained via Yarnton Way, Alsike Road, Rushdene and Sedgemere Road. A fully signed diversion route will be in place. Sainsbury’s will be open for business as usual and their car park can be accessed from the north side of the Sainsbury’s roundabout (i.e. from Eynsham Drive/Yarnton Way direction). There will be no vehicular access to the BP garage although their shop will remain open.
As far as is practically possible, noisy operations will end around 11pm and all works will finish no later than 2am. The road will reopen a couple of hours later, depending on the time it takes for the surface to harden and weather conditions.
TfL bus services will follow the diversion routes and they will publicise these separately.