Beddington North TfL Major Scheme

Sutton Council has secured £1.86m of TfL funding for the Beddington North TfL Major Scheme project.  This is being matched by council funding of £1.7m, to provide a total budget of £3.56m.

Sutton Council have developed designs for the Beddington North Major Scheme in partnership with TfL and in consultation with the local community and business improvement district. These designs focus on delivering improvements to Beddington Lane and Hilliers Lane, making it better for pedestrians and cyclists, and providing more travel choices for local businesses and residents. The project will also significantly enhance the appearance of the area.

The final proposal and illustrative drawings can be viewed whilst the works are taking place:

Please note that the artist impression design specifications are subject to change.

Beddington Village - The works in the Beddington Village area are due to be completed by the end of March 2019. 

  • We plan to install a new zebra crossing on Beddington Lane within Beddington Village, overnight, on Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 February 2019. Work will take place between 9pm and 5am. During this time Beddington Lane will be closed between A232 Croydon Road and Harrington Close, for through traffic with signed diversions in place. If residents are trying to access their property or the Emergency Services need to get through, they will be allowed through.

Beddington Industrial Area - Works are currently underway along Beddington Lane. As some of the proposed works rely on a third party land e.g. Asda, Thames Water and private industrial estates, the works will be implemented in segments as soon as the access to private land is secured by the Council.

Further information on the temporary road closures will be updated regularly on this page.

Transport for London works 

  • Maintenance work along Ampere Way - Tuesday 22 January to Friday 24 May 2019. TfL are constructing a new retaining wall to better support the slope of land between the tram line and the road at Ampere Way. For further information, please read a copy of the letter issued by TfL