Residents living in Teddington, Hampton and Kew are being warned to expect possible flooding due to the high spring tides.

The Environment Agency has issued an amber flood alert across parts of Richmond.

According to reports, high tides in Richmond are expected in the evening and predicted to be 4.84m in height but will then reduce to 4.79m on January 16.

This means that low-lying roads and footpaths could be subject to flooding.

A spokesperson from the Environmental Agency said: "Although conditions may exist for one to two hours either side of high tide - we believe there is a possibility of flooding at Thames Bank in Mortlake, Ranelagh Drive , Friars Lane, Water Lane, Riverside, The Embankment at Twickenham, and the Towpath below Teddington Lock.

"Flooding of properties is not expected.

"Astronomical tide levels are falling.

"The river flow at Teddington Weir is high for this time of year at 266 cubic metres per second and is rising.

"We anticipate the flows to remain high for the next 4 days."

Residents can also contact the 24-hour Environmental Incident hotline to report flooding incidents on: 0800 80 70 60 to report flood incidents.