Decision details

Wood Lane / Depot Road Junction Improvement Scheme - S106 Highway Works

Decision Maker: Executive Director of Place

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


This is a juction improvement scheme which involves a complete redesign of the junction, including new traffic signals, new access road into the Imperial College Campus Site, carriageway and footway repaving, greening and incorporating the new C34 bi-directional cycle lane through the junction.


1.          To prepare the detailed design and implementation of the junction improvement works relating to the section 106 agreement for Wood Lane, Depot Road and South Africa Road junction, at a total project cost of £1,044,855 (£674,855 works, £250,000 design fees and £120,000 project fees).


2.          To place a works order with FM Conway Ltd to undertake the proposed capital works, via a call off from the existing Highways term contract, with a total contract value of £674,855.


3.          To award a contract to Project Centre for feasibility, concept and detailed designs, via a call off from the Ealing Framework, with a maximum total contract value of £250,000.


4.          To approve works orders to utility undertakers to carry out essential diversion works for the scheme, (once the cost is known).

Reasons for the decision:

The Council wants to make it easier for people in West London to use sustainable travel and lead active lifestyles. In addition, the Council also wants to make thestreets on the cycle route alignments healthier, safer and more welcoming places for everyone. The junction improvement works forms part of the Mayor of London’s plan for Healthy Streets, a long-term vision to encourage more Londoners to walk and cycle by making London’s streets healthier, safer and more welcoming.


Alternative options considered:

As described in the report.

Publication date: 08/07/2024

Date of decision: 05/07/2024

Effective from: 12/07/2024

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