Beddington Lane improvement work

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Published Tuesday, 11th January 2022

Work is set to take place on the next phase of the Beddington Lane major improvement scheme from Monday 17 January.

The work will bring improvements to the transport corridor along Beddington Lane and Hilliers Lane by providing a fully segregated cycle/footway from Beddington Lane TramLink to Beddington Village, journey time improvements for buses and private vehicles as a result of improvements to the Beddington Lane/ Marlowe Way Junction, and improved public areas around Beddington Lane Tramlink stop. 

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Roadworks on Beddington Lane

To enable the improvement works to take place, road closures will be put in place along the northern section of Beddington Lane. However only small sections of the road will be closed at any given time in order to limit the extent of the disruption. 

From Monday 17 January for approximately 8 weeks a 50 metre section of road between the junction of Bath House Road and Marlowe Way will be closed, however access to both junctions (including ASDA) will be maintained. 

We will keep residents up to date on progress and let everyone know when the next phase of roadworks will begin. If you have any questions or concerns about these works you can contact our Highways Team by email at beddingtonmajorproject@sutton.gov.uk.

Map of affected areas

Bus route changes

From 7:30am on Monday 17 January until approximately 6pm on Monday 1 August, the 455 bus route will be on diversion via Marlowe Road and Beddington Farm Road. 

Buses will be unable to serve the stops from ‘Beddington Lane / Sewage Treatment Works’ to ‘Therapia Lane Tram Stop’ in either direction throughout the duration of these works.  

More details and map from TFL
Find out more about the Beddington Lane major improvement scheme

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