We Are FSTVL – Residents Information & Traffic Restrictions

As many residents will be aware, the We Are FSTVL event comes to Upminster this weekend (25th to 27th May). The following information may be useful to readers.

The Residents’ Association are pleased to be able to provide support to the Upminster and Cranham ‘Churches Together’ initiative, which includes the Havering Street Pastors and volunteers from StreetWatch, to provide practical assistance to the festival-goers over the long weekend. Last year they served around 500 hot drinks, 700 water bottles along with advice on travel arrangements – well done to all of them in supporting our community.

Resident Hotline Number: 0203 781 7139. Active from 8am Tuesday 15th May – 8pm Friday 1st June (8am – 9pm). Between 8am Friday 25th May until 9pm Monday 28th May, the phone number will be available 24hrs.

The roads below will have restrictions during the event. For full details and further information at http://www.wearefstvl.com/info/

Temporary Speed Limits
Warwick Lane, between Aveley Road and Gerpins Lane
Aveley Road, between Warwick Lane and
Gerpins Lane
30 MPH restrictions (from 16/05/18 to 31/05/18)
No Waiting/Stopping Restrictions
Aveley Road
Park Farm Road
Berwick Pond Road
Warwick Lane
Gerpins Lane
Harwood Hall Lane
Corbets Tey Road
Ockendon Road
All from 0800 on 25/05/18 to 1800 on 28/05/18.
Road Closures
Meadowside Close
Londons Close
Harwood Hall Lane
Sunnings Lane
Stubbers Lane
Dennises Lane
Dennises Lane
Sunnings Lane
Bramble Lane
Aveley Road
Romford Road
Aveley Road
All from 0800 on 25/05/18 to 1800 on 28/05/18, although most will not be enforced on Friday and Monday, unless exceptional circumstances dictate otherwise.
One Way Restrictions
Harwood Hall Lane
Stubbers Lane
Dennises Lane
Bramble Lane
Aveley Road
All from 0800 on 25/05/18 to 1800 on 28/05/18, although most will not be enforced on Friday and Monday, unless exceptional circumstances dictate otherwise.

 

2 Comments
  1. it took over 2 hours after being given wrong directions to avoid weare festival on sunday 26,5,19 after coming upto upminster to turn off to go to rainham. the road signs were not fit for purpose, as for the marshalls they were usless. it was very frustrating for the normal road users.there was no sign of police and at junctions it was everyone for themselves. more attention to traffic control needed.

  2. I went to Upminster station on friday 24th to catch c2c for a hospital appointment in london. All of the disabled spaces were blocked off with teenagers and their backpacks behind railings. Parking was impossible and we ended up having to drive home and get a lift from a neighbour to district line. Since when do festival goers trump disabled locals before the festival has even started!

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