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Chamberlayne Road closure sparks traffic ‘chaos’ in Kensal Rise

PUBLISHED: 11:18 18 January 2016 | UPDATED: 11:25 18 January 2016

Road users have complained at traffic

Road users have complained at traffic "chaos" following the closure of Chamberlayne Road (Pic Credit: Andy Bradfield)

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Road users have complained of traffic ‘chaos’ in Kensal Rise as a month of road closures and bus diversions starts today.

A month of planned road closures on Chamberlayne road between Bannister Road and Buller Road kicks off today. (Pic: Andy Bradfield)A month of planned road closures on Chamberlayne road between Bannister Road and Buller Road kicks off today. (Pic: Andy Bradfield)

Residents reported severe disruption as vehicles were diverted around Chamberlayne Road between Bannister Road and Buller Road as Thames Water carries out a month of planned maintenance works.

Traffic on Chamberlayne Road is being controlled using two-way temporary signals and buses have been re-routed.

Drivers have taken to social media this to air their frustrations, with one user Emma Sinclair Tweeting:“Dear @Brent_Council. If you’ve closed chamberlayne road do you think you might sort the traffic lights out to minimise current unnec chaos?”

Local road user Jasmin railed: “zero thought has been put into the traffic diversion re chamberlayne road, absolutely ridiculous.”

Motorists have reportedly been moving council traffic cones in an attempt to continue their journey via Chamberlayne road.

The council road closures were due to start today but were brought forward by three days on Friday after a water main burst, causing the carriageway to collapse.

Residents are set for at least a month of bus and traffic diversions with Chamberlayne Road closed between Bannister Road and Buller Road, and number 28, 52, 316 and 452 buses will be diverted until February 12.

From February 15 until mid-March, the diversions will continue while Bannister Road is closed at the junction of Chamberlayne Road.

For further information see the Brent Council wesbite.

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