Future of London Bridge Station exhibition & public meeting

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London Bridge station will be rebuilt between 2012 and 2019. This is a major redevelopment in our part of London which will have a big effect on the area around London Bridge affecting rail users, bus users, local Bermondsey residents and anyone travelling through or visiting that area. Next week there is a Network Rail exhibition at the station with rail people there to answer questions.

The exhibition will be a very good way for local rail users to see in detail why Network Rail say the South London Line (SLL) has to be cut at the end of 2012. If you are concerned about the effects of this, make sure you go and make your points there to them so in their reports they can mention how many people raised the SLL issue.
There is also a local Bermondsey evening public meeting, which will also be of interest to any users of the London Bridge area. See all details below.

Exhibition on London Bridge main station concourse
Tuesday 17 May – Friday 20 May, 8am – 7pm
Saturday 21 May, 8am – 2pm

London Bridge station – a vision for the future
Visit our exhibition on the main station concourse to find out what we have planned and how it will affect you. Come meet the team and find out more.
For more information visit http://www.networkrail.co.uk/aspx/6345.aspx
Or call the Network Rail Helpline on 08457 11 41 41
BVAG Wednesday Forum. 18 May, 6.30pm

Globe House: corner of Crucifix Lane and Bermondsey Street –

The Future of London Bridge Station - Redevelopment plans for London Bridge Station Network Rail Presentation with Chris Drabble ('Senior Sponsor' of the London Bridge Project).

Network Rail have now announced details of their comprehensive re-working of London Bridge Station. This is by far the most significant development on the agenda for the area. It has implications for the character of the Bermondsey Village area that are more far-reaching even than those of the Shard. They include important traffic management and heritage issues that will have a profound effect on the character of Tooley St, St Thomas St and a large area south of St Thomas St, including the Bermondsey Street Conservation area.