Beddington North Major Scheme

Closed 16 Jul 2017

Opened 26 Jun 2017

Feedback updated 23 Jan 2018

We asked

Residents and businesses to comment on a range of proposals that were being developed for the Beddington North Transport for London (TfL) Major Scheme for Beddington Lane and Hilliers Lane.

The consultation was open from 26 June to 16 July 2017 and 76 responses were received.

You said

There was strong support in principle for the proposals, especially on the issues relating to the weight limit of Heavy Goods Vehicles, (HGVs), the pedestrian and cycle link and improvements to the public areas in Beddington Village.

We did

Comments from the consultation were analysed and designs were revised accordingly. The proposals for the scheme were submitted to Transport for London on 25 September. Subject to a satisfactory outcome and release of funding by TfL, the scheme will be implemented in 2017-2019.


Feedback has been provided under the following headings and the report can also be viewed below under the ‘Detailed Comments’ link.


  • Overview                                   

  • Cycle / Footway                         

  • Beddington Village

  • Traffic Management

  • HGV Weight Limit 

  • ASDA junction 

  • Buses and wider links

  • Air Quality and other concerns


The final proposal will be available to view whilst the works are taking place and all interested parties  will be kept informed through updates on the council’s website

Results updated 13 Dec 2017

The London Borough of Sutton carried out a consultation on the proposals for the Beddington North Transport for London (TfL) Major Scheme between 26 June and 16 July 2017. This included two drop-in sessions and a workshop with guests who had shown a previous interest in the scheme. The proposals were also presented to the Wallington Local Committee on 11 July.


Leaflets for the consultation were distributed to 1,500 households within the Beddington North area and shared at Beddington North Neighbourhood Forum and Beddington Business Improvement District meetings. The consultation information was shared on the council's Facebook Page, Twitter and in Sutton Scene, Sutton Council’s email newsletter and press coverage received in the Sutton Guardian.


A total of 76 responses were received - 70 from residents and six businesses. The consultation was viewed 31,000 times across the three online platforms mentioned above.

Please see attached below the 'Detailed Comments' PDF to find all detailed comments and their responses.



The Beddington North Major Scheme is funded by Transport for London and the London Borough of Sutton.

Why your views matter

We are inviting residents and businesses to complete this short questionnaire so that we can have your views on our thinking so far on the changes that we are proposing for the Beddington North area.   

The survey will be open until Sunday 16 July 2017.  We will let you know the results of the survey under the 'We Asked, You Said, We Did' section of the website as soon as possible after the survey closes.  Data gathered through the survey will be used only in connection with the project but may be shared with our funding partner Transport for London.

The changes that are being considered can be viewed by clicking on the links below.  

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the questionnaire.

What happens next

Once the consultation is closed, we will look at the answers that you have provided and will consider these in coming to a final decision on the changes that will be made.



  • Belmont
  • Carshalton Central
  • Cheam
  • Stonecot
  • Sutton Central
  • Sutton North
  • Sutton South
  • The Wrythe
  • Wallington North
  • Wallington South


  • Businesses
  • Community groups / organisations
  • All residents
  • Councillors / MPs / MEPs
  • Neighbouring authorities
  • People with disabilities


  • Environment
  • Traffic and transportation