Thames Water fined

Transport for London has prosecuted Thames Water for a succession of roadwork offences in London, which caused unnecessary disruption to London's road users.

Offences included working without permit

Thames Water were fined for the following offences:

  • Euston Road - for breach of permit conditions: £1,600
  • Millbank - for working without a permit and three failures to notify offences: £5,600
  • Camberwell New Road - for breach of permit conditions and a failure to notify offence: £3,200
  • Upper Clapton Road - for breach of permit conditions and a failure to notify offence: £3,200

£13,600 bill for nine offences

The water company was fined £13,600 for nine offences earlier this year Credit: Thames Water

Westminster Magistrate’s Court fined Thames Water £13,600 following a guilty plea to nine offences in four locations earlier this year.

The prosecution is the latest in a series of successful prosecutions by Transport for London in its bid to reduce unnecessary roadworks and improve traffic flow.

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