Wortley Road

The City is reconstructing Wortley Road from Briscoe Street East to Devonshire Avenue to replace and improve the quality and reliability of water, sewer, and road infrastructure. Much of the current infrastructure is made from outdated materials such as vitrified clay and ductile iron and has reached the end of its lifecycle.

Construction started in May 2021 and is anticipated to last until late-fall 2021, with some minor clean-up work in summer/spring 2022.

The Wortley Road project is one of London’s Top 10 construction projects this year identified in the City’s Renew London construction program.

The location

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The City will be reconstructing Wortley Road from Briscoe Avenue to Devonshire Avenue. For more information, please contact Doug Harron at dharron@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 4987

The above map shows the project limits. The City is reconstructing Wortley Road, from Briscoe Avenue to Devonshire Avenue.

The work

Streetscape elements to be replaced include:

  • sidewalks, concrete curbs, and gutters
  • asphalt road surface

Vital underground infrastructure upgrades include:

  • replacement of the watermain and water services to the property line
  • replacement of sanitary and storm sewers
  • partial replacement of existing sewer private drain connections

Advance construction

Ahead of this project, the City will complete the following work:

  • six trees will be removed with five of the six trees being removed due to poor health.

The benefits

  • improved safety for road users
  • enhanced potential for growth in the area due to underground infrastructure improvements
  • increased water quality and reliability for residents and nearby business owners

Project Timeline

May 2021: Construction begins

Construction will begin in spring 2021 and is expected to finish for the year in late fall 2021. Some minor clean-up work will be completed in spring/summer 2022.

Last modified:Tuesday, June 01, 2021