First phase of London Bridge redevelopment nears completion

First phase of London Bridge redevelopment nears completion

Passengers are reminded to check for changes to their journeys to and through London Bridge station when the first phase of Britain’s biggest station redevelopment project completes at the end of March.

Between Friday 28 and Sunday 30 March, engineers will work round the clock to bring platforms 14 and 15 at London Bridge back into service, the first platforms to have been rebuilt ready for the increased capacity and additional services that will be available when the redevelopment of London Bridge completes in 2018.

Over the same weekend, platforms 12 and 13 will be taken out of service so work can start to rebuild and reposition them.

There will be significant changes to Southern services following the morning peak at London Bridge on Friday 28 March and no Southern services will operate into London Bridge on Saturday 29 March and Sunday 30 March.

This vital work means that passengers using London Bridge over the weekend of 28-30 March will need to check before they travel and may need to make alternative travel arrangements to reach their destinations.

From Monday 31 March there will be changes to walking routes in the station as the transformation continues.

Find out more about the work at London Bridge.