Motorists in and around Enfield are facing disruption due to road closures, including one set to last nine weeks.

Notices from Enfield Council in this week’s edition of the Enfield Independent outline the extent of the temporary street closures and other measures that may be necessary while the works are carried out.

The nine-week closure will be in Rosemary Avenue, between its junctions with Baker Street and Lavender Road, and will start on Monday.

The closure is needed for essential highway works and the diversion will be via Baker Street, Lancaster Road and Lavender Road.

A programme of resurfacing works is also due to get underway on Monday that will lead to the temporary closure of Willow Road between its junctions with Tenniswood Road and Carterhatch Lane.

This is due to last for five days but the work will only take place from 8am to 6pm.

The next phase of the works is due to start on August 2, between 8am and 6pm, and lasting for two days in Palmers Road.

This will temporarily shut the road at its junction with Bowes Road, The Limes Avenue, Highview Gardens northern arm and Springfield Road.

Also on August 2, Moffat Road is set to be shut for resurfacing from 8am to 6pm for one day only.

The final phase of the works is due to start on August 5 in Kelvin Avenue, between Green Lanes and Palmerston Road.

This will also take place from 8am to 6pm and is scheduled to last for two days.

Crane works mean part of Oaklands is due to be shut to vehicles for one day next week.

The closure will apply from the junction with Beechdale and the common boundary of Nos. 8/10 and is due to take place on Tuesday, as and when directed by signage.

However, the notice states the closure may also happen on either Wednesday or Thursday.

Visit the public notice section of our website for full details of these and other notices.