Transport for London (TfL) will be carrying out resurfacing on Streatham High Road, between the junctions with Gleneagle Road and Penistone Road.
The works will start on Monday 16 March and should carry on until Monday 20 April. They will be done through the contractor ConwayAecom.
The work will take place overnight between 21:00 and 06:00. TfL say that working at the weekdays with traffic management exclusively on off-peak night time hours provides the best chance to complete the works as quickly as possible, with as little disruption as possible.
The works will be divided into stages, always trying to maintain both directions of traffic flowing. However, diversions will be in place for local accesses.
During these works, between the 2 and the 27 of March, bus routes 50, 60, 109, 113, 118, 159, 249, 250, 255, 315, P13, G1, N109 and N133 will be diverted between Streatham Station and Green Lane.
The following side roads will be closed one night each to aid resurfacing works:
Station Approach, Stanhorpe Road, Hopton Road, Streatham Common North, Barrow Road, Greyhound Lane, Westwell Road Approach, Streatham Common South, Baldry Gardens, Heybridge Avenue and Guildersfield Road.
Access to properties will be maintained, however there could be no through access to Streatham High Road and diversions will be in place.