We’re rebuilding London Bridge station with more space, making it easy to use, with great facilities.
We’re doing this work in phases, so the station can remain open throughout construction.
Around 54 million passengers go through London Bridge station each year. By 2018 there will be improved facilities and two-thirds more space for passengers.
Huge concourse, natural light
The concourse at London Bridge station will be bigger than the pitch at Wembley Stadium with new retail and station facilities.
The concourse will unify the station for the first time so that you can access all platforms from one place.
More services, better connections
By reconfiguring the track, there will be nine ‘through’ platforms and six terminating platforms. This will mean fewer trains delayed outside the station waiting for a platform to clear. There will also be more trains to more destinations including a connection to Crossrail services at Farringdon providing links across and beyond London in all directions.
A better connected and accessible station
Entrances on Tooley Street and St Thomas Street will connect the surrounding areas. Tube and bus links will be improved and lifts and escalators will provide step free access to every platform.
Benefitting the local area
The station work will help regenerate the wider area, building on the redevelopment which has taken place in recent years including the Shard, which funded a new bus station.