Surrey Quays station

We plan to improve and upgrade Surrey Quays station to provide additional capacity and better links with the wider Surrey Quays/ Canada Water area. This will help to support and compliment the new Canada Water Masterplan development. You can share your views on our proposals in the Guestbook.

The purpose of the scheme

The Canada Water Masterplan is a transformational plan to develop the area of land between Surrey Quays and Canada Water station. It is a partnership between British Land, Southwark Council and the local community and aims to create an outstanding new town centre for Southwark complements

We plan to improve and upgrade Surrey Quays station to provide additional capacity and better links with the wider Surrey Quays/ Canada Water area. This will help to support and compliment the new Canada Water Masterplan development. You can share your views on our proposals in the Guestbook.

The purpose of the scheme

The Canada Water Masterplan is a transformational plan to develop the area of land between Surrey Quays and Canada Water station. It is a partnership between British Land, Southwark Council and the local community and aims to create an outstanding new town centre for Southwark complements the local area, making an active, positive, long-term contribution to local life. It aims to provide jobs, homes, offices, public spaces and facilities at Canada Water.

To support the Masterplan, we will be upgrading Surrey Quays station by:

  • Providing a new Northern station entrance and ticket hall on Lower Road
  • Linking to Surrey Quays Place, a new and attractive public realm space which will connect the new station entrance with the wider Canada Water Development
  • Constructing a new footbridge to link the new entrance and ticket hall with the existing station entrance
  • Providing lifts to both platforms to enabling step-free access from the street

Please view the maps and drawings from the menu to the right to see what the upgraded station will look like.

Listening to you

British Land had already undertaken some engagement as part of Canada Water Master Planning. However, as we move into the next phases of design development for Surrey Quays station, we wanted to share our latest plans with you. This includes plans for the new Northern station entrance and ticket hall.

If you would like to ask us a question about the scheme, please use the Question tool below. Alternatively, you can leave us a comment on our Guestbook. All comments will be reviewed by the project team.

Surrey Quays station upgrade Guestbook

Please do let us know what you think about our plans to upgrade Surrey Quays station. Feel free to leave us your comments in our Guestbook.  

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This is a general comment - We also need a new station serving the area between Surrey Quays and Greenwich by the river, there's no train/overground there, and only one bus (199) whose service is very poor and ends in Canada Water.

Cecidin 8 days ago

Outside Surrey Quays station there are abandoned/broken bikes that have been there for ages, occupying space. Can we please have more space for bikes and also lifts in the station?

Cecidin 8 days ago

Every station should have public toilets, or it ends with public urinating and it creates health safety problems + we need trains to be actually running otherwise who needs a brand new station lol.

ektabagri9 26 days ago

I use the station regularly and it is far too small for the amount of people who use it and the accessibility is awful. There needs to be better access to and from the platforms.

Routemaster66 27 days ago

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Crispin about 2 months ago

It would be really nice to see improved cycle storage facilities and more cycle docks in the area north of new cross to keep it better connected and the new cycleways network better utilised.

Crispin about 2 months ago

I'd love to see accessible toilets inc. baby change facilities, level boarding, seating, lifts, secure bike parking. Cheers!

longdon 6 months ago

Public toilets are essential at EVERY station

paulbluetube 6 months ago

As a regular user of Surrey Quays and a disabled people, we need to have lifts installed for disabled people, parents with buggies and luggage. Even staff at the station have agreed there should be lifts. This will avoid me having to go all the way to Canada Water station to come back on myself when using the Overground.

Kikass65 8 months ago

Very pleased to see the planned development at Surrey Quays, particularly step-free access as the current stairs are treacherous in wet weather, and are narrow Agree that toilet facilities would be advantageous

BookwormRB 8 months ago

This is a very lovely scheme that carries my full support. However, level boarding onto the train rather than via a manual ramp is important for the mobility of wheelchair users, and currently the plan only enables step-free access from the street onto the platform. There will still be a step onto the train that requires staff to deploy a ramp. Is it possible to raise a section of the platform, to enable full level boarding onto the train?

I also echo the other comments on here about the provision of toilets at the station.

HighburyAndIslington 9 months ago

Love the plans except I think toilet facilities would be a nice essential. Especially considering the trains themselves don't have toilets.

soubermo 9 months ago

SQ station upgrade is positive. Hopefully it will help relieve the current congestion at CW and provide access to the Overground and tube for the residents of the new developments at Convoys Wharf and Millwall. It is to be hoped that Surrey Canal Station will be built in the not too distant future.

CityDweller46 10 months ago

Station estimated in 2019-20 by ORR to be 105th-busiest in Britain, and 15th-busiest London Overground-managed, in need of this welcome capacity expansion and step-free accessibility for future growth and customer expectations.
On behalf of Railfuture London & South East regional branch

Rogwb 11 months ago

Supportive of this new entrance

Turini2 11 months ago

Please ensure that the development (including the connection over the railway) does not negatively interfere with the row of properties on Lower Road (starting with 181). When will more detailed plans be available and/or planning permission be submitted?

Scooter 11 months ago

It is extremely disappointing that TFL has done little to address the capacity issues at the Canada Water Tube station. I strongly object to ALL initiatives that compound commuter crowding at this woefully under-platformed tube station and hope that TFL will realize that the scale of residential patrons is set to increase exponentially once the British Land development completes. Funding should be allocated to providing permanent capacity increases (similar to Bank station) vs. a topical improvement like adding an entrance.

avivscrewvalla 11 months ago

With the new cycleway hopefully complete by the time the station opens, can you ensure that there is plenty of space to park bikes at the station and also ensure it's easy to get bikes onto the trains?

TravelBadger 11 months ago

Looks great

Critters1 11 months ago

Very supportive of the new station entrance, much needed and well thought of.
It would be good to understand how the new and old entrance will link to buses and where the cycle parking will be provided. There have been bike thefts in plain daylight at the Shopping Centre, the existing Sheffield stands in the public realm are not a sufficient provision.

Rea 11 months ago
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