Thorncrest Crescent Reconstruction

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About this project

The City of London is reconstructing Thorncrest Crescent off of Beachwood Avenue to replace aging infrastructure that has exceeded its expected lifecycle.

This project includes:

  • Watermain replacement
  • Water service replaced
  • Storm sewers / services replaced
  • Sanitary sewers / services replaced
  • Tree removals (where required) and replacement
  • Concrete curb replacement
  • New asphalt road surface
  • New sidewalk

Above: The above map shows the project limits. Work is planned on Thorncrest Crescent, off of Beachwood Avenue


Project Update Meeting

While the latest project information would typically be presented at an in-person project update meeting, adjustments are being made to ensure public safety and to follow COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings. This webpage contains several short videos to help explain the details of the project. If you require any special accommodation in accessing the project information or online material, please contact the City project manager listed on this page (in Who's Listening), and we will work together to best share the information with you.


Transportation Impacts

The City is currently evaluating how pedestrians, motorists, cyclists and transit users could be impacted by this project. More information will be available at the project update meeting. The City has an existing by-law which prohibits parking within 20m of an intersection due to concerns that vehicles parked too close to the intersection makes it unsafe and difficult for other vehicles to navigate safely through the intersection. Any missing “No Parking Anytime” signs will be installed within the time line of this project as per by-law PS-114 Traffic and Parking By-Law 10.1.(c) ‘No person shall park a vehicle or any part of a vehicle in the following locations when appropriate signs have been erected and are on display, which signs are hereby authorized: “…and “ within 20 metres of any intersection.” Any questions or concerns with regards to the installation of ‘No Parking Anytime’ signs can be submitted to parkingregulationchangerequest@london.ca

Project Lead

Name: Sam Haynes
Organization: City of London
Phone: (519) 854-3792
E-mail: shaynes@london.ca

After hours or urgent matters

Name: Dispatch
Organization: City of London
Phone: 519-661-4965
E-mail: es@london.ca


Graphic of construction worker walking down residential street

About this project

The City of London is reconstructing Thorncrest Crescent off of Beachwood Avenue to replace aging infrastructure that has exceeded its expected lifecycle.

This project includes:

  • Watermain replacement
  • Water service replaced
  • Storm sewers / services replaced
  • Sanitary sewers / services replaced
  • Tree removals (where required) and replacement
  • Concrete curb replacement
  • New asphalt road surface
  • New sidewalk

Above: The above map shows the project limits. Work is planned on Thorncrest Crescent, off of Beachwood Avenue


Project Update Meeting

While the latest project information would typically be presented at an in-person project update meeting, adjustments are being made to ensure public safety and to follow COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings. This webpage contains several short videos to help explain the details of the project. If you require any special accommodation in accessing the project information or online material, please contact the City project manager listed on this page (in Who's Listening), and we will work together to best share the information with you.


Transportation Impacts

The City is currently evaluating how pedestrians, motorists, cyclists and transit users could be impacted by this project. More information will be available at the project update meeting. The City has an existing by-law which prohibits parking within 20m of an intersection due to concerns that vehicles parked too close to the intersection makes it unsafe and difficult for other vehicles to navigate safely through the intersection. Any missing “No Parking Anytime” signs will be installed within the time line of this project as per by-law PS-114 Traffic and Parking By-Law 10.1.(c) ‘No person shall park a vehicle or any part of a vehicle in the following locations when appropriate signs have been erected and are on display, which signs are hereby authorized: “…and “ within 20 metres of any intersection.” Any questions or concerns with regards to the installation of ‘No Parking Anytime’ signs can be submitted to parkingregulationchangerequest@london.ca

Project Lead

Name: Sam Haynes
Organization: City of London
Phone: (519) 854-3792
E-mail: shaynes@london.ca

After hours or urgent matters

Name: Dispatch
Organization: City of London
Phone: 519-661-4965
E-mail: es@london.ca


Questions or Comments?

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    Will the questions and answeres be posted to the project page --> https://getinvolved.london.ca/thorncrest?tool=qanda

    Paul asked 6 months ago

    Good afternoon, and thanks for your question. We'll answer any generic questions publicly on here, and any questions that are specific to an individual property, we'll answer privately. 

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    Will the hydro lines and fiber be installed underground with this work?

    Paul asked 6 months ago

    Good afternoon, and thanks for your question. 

    There are no plans to bury any hydro cables, nor are there plans to upgrade/bury Bell or Rogers fibre cables, as part of this project.  

    Regards,

    Sam 

Page last updated: 29 Jun 2022, 08:27 AM