Beddington Gateways: Beddington TfL Major Scheme

The council has won significant funds from Transport for London (TfL) to deliver highways, walking and cycling improvements, as well as significant ‘place-making’ public realm enhancements.

20 / 2 / 2017

Beddington travel and transport survey – have your say!

Complete the Beddington travel and transport survey by March the 13th, to have your say on the improvements proposed to Hilliers Lane and Beddington Lane. By taking part in this survey not only will you get the opportunity to voice your opinion, you will also be entered into our draw to win £100 Love2shop High Street vouchers. We thank you for your time and cooperation. Please click on the link below to access the survey.

For residents and employees please use the following link: https://sutton.citizenspace.com/chief-executives-group/beddington-programme-survey/

For Businesses please use the following link: https://sutton.citizenspace.com/chief-executives-group/beddington-programme-business-survey/

2 / 2 / 2017

The council will be undertaking drainage clearance and surveys on stretches of Beddington Lane from Monday 6th February for 10 days (working Monday to Thursday only). This is to complete the areas of the road that could not be completed during the surveys that were carried out prior to Christmas. Please see the attached letter, which has also been distributed to Beddington residents, for further information

2 / 12 / 2016

The council will be undertaking drainage clearance and surveys on stretches of Beddington Lane from Monday 5th December for 8 days (working Monday to Thursday only). Please see the attached letter, which has also been distributed to Beddington residents, for further information

11 / 11 / 2016

Beddington Village – 20MPH Speed Limit

Minor works will be undertaken in November/December along Hilliers Lane and Beddington Lane in advance of the implementation of the 20mph speed limit in Beddington Village.

The signs that are being installed at the start and end of the 20mph speed limit area need to be externally lit as a legal requirement.  This will involve the installation of two posts; one of the posts will be installed in the Hilliers Lane area and the other will be installed towards ASDA/Marlowe Way.  The posts for these signs are being installed in advance of the main 20mph limit works as the council needs to arrange electrical connections to them.

Two additional signs will be installed on lamp columns which already have an electricity source to power the sign lighting units that will be needed.

2 / 11 / 2016

Road Resurfacing and Closure – Beddington Lane 1 – 4 Nov 2016

Works at Beddington Lane will involve a road closure at 20.00hrs through to 06.00hrs each night from 01.11.16 to 04.11.16.

The work involved is to plane and resurface the carriageway from Guy Road to Harvest Home.

Although the closure is from 20.00 to 06.00 each night, it is anticipated that the works will be completed earlier than 06.00, when the road will be reopened to traffic.

13 / 10 / 2016

Further to the update of 6 October regarding the Underground Utilities/Services Investigations
Following the survey works which commenced on 10 October, below is the programme update for the remainder of the works
Monday 17 October & Tuesday 18 October
Croydon Road (A232) through to the Village Hall, existing pedestrian signals at Guy Road will be switched off and temporary traffic signals will be put in their place whilst the works are being carried out.
Wednesday 19 October & Thursday 20 October
The Village Hall through to Harrington Close area, existing pedestrian signals at Derry Road will be switched off and temporary traffic signals will be put in their place whilst the works are being carried out.
Monday 24 October – Thursday 27 October
Harrington Close through to the junction with Marlowe Way (ASDA).  The junction will be put under temporary signal control whilst the works are being carried out.

All works on the carriageway will be carried out between 21:00 and 04:00 as stated in the letter that was previously sent out and which can be accessed via the link below.

6 / 10 / 2016 

The council will be undertaking physical underground surveys on stretches of Beddington Lane from Monday 10th October for 10-12 days. Please see the attached letter, which has also been distributed to Beddington residents, for further information