On Tuesday a mains water valve broke at the top of Queens Drive and caused torrents of water to flow down Queens Drive and into Kings Crescent Estate. Many ground floor properties in Bramfield, Theobalds and Datchworth Courts were affected by the rising water. Some residents have had to be evacuated to alternative accommodation.

Thames Water managed to stop the flow of water at about 4pm and water quickly subsided and was pumped out of Kings Crescent. However, extensive damage was sustained to many properties in the area, particularly in basement flats on Queens Drive and towards Mountgrove Road as well as the ground floor properties that were hit by the water.

The burst pipe also caused a loss of water supply to the area but this was restored to most properties later Tuesday evening.

For anyone still affected please see:

Hackney: https://news.hackney.gov.uk/update-flood-in-n4/

Thames Water: https://www.thameswater.co.uk/help-and-advice/no-water-or-low-pressure (click on red bar at top for N4 updates & information on where to find Thames Water staff and bottles water supplies)

You can also call Source Partnership for advice: 0800616328 (Carol and John are our key people for Kings Crescent)  http://www.sourcepartnership.com/

If there is anything that the TRA committee members (neighbours) can help with locally please email us at: kcresidentsgroup@outlook.com



Bramfield Court   

Fire crews of Brownswood Road

Queens Drive

Source of water at top of Queens Drive




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