Tom Brake MP is encouraging residents to have their say by taking part in a consultation about a major scheme to improve public spaces, cycling and walking along Beddington Lane and in Beddington Village.
The Beddington scheme aims to improve transport in the area with funding of over £7M from Transport for London and the London Borough of Sutton. The plans will add bike lanes, extra room for pedestrians, more crosswalks and benches, as well as trees and bus shelters. The scheme will improve transport links in the area and make it easier and safer for residents to cycle from Beddington Tramlink station to places like Beddington Park, Beddington Village and Hackbridge.
Tom Brake said:
“I have been campaigning for better transport locally and inclduing in Beddington for many years, so it is very exciting to see that finally TfL is investing in Beddington.
“The Beddington North Major Scheme will make it easier and safer for pedestrians and cyclists to get around.
“To get the most out of the Scheme and make sure it is tailored to residents’ needs, I am encouraging residents to take part in the survey Sutton Council has developed.”
The survey only takes around 10 minutes to complete and closes on 16 July.
The consultation can be found following this link: