London Bridge and the surrounding area remain open for business throughout the rebuilding of London Bridge station.
We’re committed to ensuring business continuity in London by providing you with comprehensive and timely information and advice – particularly in those areas most impacted.
How you can stay updated
We regularly send emails to businesses about station and service changes and any future business events. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list.
London Bridge Business Forum
On Thursday 29 June we are holding our next information session for local businesses about the rebuild of London Bridge station.
The final phase of the station’s redevelopment is now in full swing, with major milestones including the opening of the new platform 6 fast approaching. This session is a chance for you to find out more about how our plans may affect you and your staff in the coming months.
The event will cover:
- How the rebuild of London Bridge station is progressing and details of upcoming work
- Service changes over the coming months
- An update on local highways
There will also be an opportunity to ask our project team questions.
Date: Thursday 29 June
Time: 09:00 – 10:30
Location: Thameslink Programme Permit Control Office, Railway Arch 895, Holyrood Street, SE1 2EL
Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to attend either event please RSVP to email@example.com
Keep your staff and visitors updated
- Making the information available through your internal communications channels
- Encouraging staff to sign up for our passenger email or SMS alerts at ThameslinkProgramme.co.ukand follow us on Twitter @TLProgramme
- If your business is affected, update the ‘find us’ section on your website
As Network Rail work to rebuild London Bridge station, as part of the Thameslink Programme, there will be a rolling programme of service changes affecting weekend and some week day services.
There will be further changes to the station, walking routes and to train services over the next four years through to 2018