Countywide road drainage scheme

Since the start of the Capital Drainage Programme, four years ago, £3.4 million has been spent on improving 97 sites. A further £1 million has been allocated for 2020 to 2021 which will enable us to work on another 30 schemes around the county.

Work has been taking place to assess known sites where road surface water and ineffective drainage is an issue. As well as this, Transport for Buckinghamshire have also looked at:

  • dealing with ditch capacity
  • making sure soak ways are sufficient
  • installing new gully systems
  • upgrading pipe sizes to increase capacity

 

Current works

Work is currently being planned to take place at the following locations.

Location

Road Name 

Start Date

Eastern Dene (Additional Works)

Hazelmere

6 April 2020

Lower Road (Additional Works)

Loosely Row

14 April 2020

Ballinger Road

The Lee

20 April 2020

Farmers Way

Seer Green

4 May 2020

Ash Grove

Stoke Poges

11 May 2020

Mapridge Green Lane

Great Missenden

18 May 2020 

Packhorse Road

Chalfont St Peter

25 May 2020

Chestnut Way

Longwick

1 June 2020

Coombe Lane

Hughenden Valley

8 June 2020

Brimmers Road

Princes Risborough

15 June 2020

Upper Icknield Way

Saunderton

6 July 2020

Haw Lane

Saunderton

13 July 2020

Taplow Common Road

Burnham

3 Aug 2020

Willow Chase, Phase 2

Hazelmere

10 Aug 2020

A355 Amersham Road

Beaconsfield

17 Aug 2020

B474 Penn Road

Beaconsfield

1 Sep 2020

A355, Beaconsfield Road. Bellmouth

Farnham Royal

7 Sep 2020

Beaconsfield Road. Cottage

Farnham Royal

14 Sep 2020

South Road

Chesham Bois

5 Oct 2020

A4020 Oxford Road

Denham

12 Oct 2020

B470 Iver Lane

Iver

19 Oct 2020

Jordans Lane

Seer Green

2 Nov 2020

Fairway

Princes Risborough

9 Nov 2020

Grovers Court

Princes Risborough

16 Nov 2020

North End Road

Steeple Claydon

1 Dec 2020

Nelson St j.w Castle St

Buckingham

8 Dec 2020

New Road

Walters Ash

11 Jan 2021

Nash Lee Road

Terrick

18 Jan 2021

Ashotts Lane

Chesham

1 Feb 2021

Main Street

Twyford

8 Feb 2021

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Last updated: 27 February 2020

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