- One-way trial scheme overview
- Guildford Station redevelopment scheme overview
- Walnut Bridge scheme overview
- Timeline of all schemes
Walnut Tree Close - One-way trial
This trial has been completed on 17 February 2021.
More information about this scheme can be found on our Walnut Tree Close, Guildford - One way system dedicated webpage.
Guildford Station redevelopment works
The scheme will include the transformation of Guildford Stations car park. A new Station Quarter will be home to a new station building, 438 new homes, retail, office space and a radically enhanced station environment with a new station entrance. This scheme is being carried out by Solum. More information regarding the plans can be found on Solum's Guildford Station improvements webpage.
Information about services at Guilford station is available via Network Rail Guildford webpage.
Walnut Bridge works
Update 3 February
Guildford Borough Council will be closing Walnut Tree Close for five weeks from Monday 7 February to carry out these works.
The existing bridge over the River Wey will be replaced with a new bridge designed for non-motorised users, linking Guildford Rail Station to the Bedford Wharf area.
The location and alignment of the existing bridge means that visitors to Guildford who are less familiar with the area are often unaware of it, whilst the current width requires cyclists to dismount when travelling across it.
Access to the new bridge will no longer be hidden by the surrounding buildings on Walnut Tree Close, this should encourage greater use by those travelling between the rail station and town centre. The new bridge will also be considerably wider, providing an easier route for cyclists without the need to dismount. The scheme is being delivered by Guildford Borough Council.