Storm Franklin: latest safety and service updates
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for London effective until 1pm on Monday, 21 February 2022. This is due to Storm Franklin which may cause disruption and dangerous conditions due to strong winds.
The Met Office has warned that possible impacts of the storm could include flying debris, damage to buildings and homes, with tiles blown from roofs and power lines brought down, roads, bridges and railway lines may be affected with delays and cancellations, and power cuts affecting other services, such as mobile phone coverage.
Housing repairs are now taking all residents’ repair requests, however the phone lines are likely to be busier than normal. Unless you are reporting an emergency or you are an enhanced resident, then we request that please report your repair online or via our popular live web chat service
If your repair is an emergency or you are registered as an enhanced resident, call us 020 7974 4444 option 3 then 1, from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. If your repair is an emergency and it is out of hours, call 020 7974 4444.
Schools in the borough are scheduled to open today following the half term holiday.
Parks and open spaces
Due to the high winds, we are aware of a number of fallen trees on the pavements and roads in Camden. To report these please call the council on 0207 974 4444. Trees from private properties are the owner’s responsibility but we will move them if they are blocking the highway.
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