A number of streets across the borough of Barnet are set to be temporarily closed for roadworks, starting from Friday and including one due to last for more than three months.

The closures are detailed in notices form Barnet Council in this week’s edition of the Barnet Borough Times.

The longest planned closure is in Hendon Wood Lane NW7, between Barnet Road and Totteridge Common / Highwood Hill.

This is due to start on March 7 and last for 111 days for water main replacement works.

Before then sewer repairs are set to shut Wentworth Road NW11, between Nos. 58 to 63, for 15 days from Friday.

Sewer cleaning works are due to lead to the closure of Hertford Road N2, between its junctions with High Road and Durham Road, for one day on February 10.

Totteridge Village N20, between its junction with No. 96 and the junction with Grange Avenue is due to be shut for six days from February 14 to allow a new water connection to be installed.

Also from February 14, crane operation works are set to cause a closure lasting five days in Moat Crescent N3, between Nos. 10 and 20.

Another five-day closure from February 14 is due to take place in Etchingham Park Road N3, at its junction with Squires Lane, this time for water connection works.

On the same day and also for five days, the road outside Nos. 46 to 69 Cumbrian Gardens is set to be shut for water connection works.

Barnet Lane EN5 is scheduled to be closed to vehicles between the entrance to Barnet tennis centre and the King George playing field car park for telecommunications work for one day on February 14.

Another one-day closure, this time on February 18, is set to shut Southfields NW4 between its junctions with Watford Way and Clarendon Gardens.

This is the same reason for a one-day closure on February 27 in Station Road NW4, between Talbot Crescent and Malcolm Crescent.

Visit the public notices section of our website for full details of these and other notices.