About Sutton

The small and beauty city near London first gets mentioned in history as Sudtone in 675 A.D. – the old English for south town or southern enclosure.

The village began to convert into a town in 1847 when it was connected to central London by rail and began significant expansion – merchant and residentially.

Since 1965 Sutton has formed part of Greater London and now is the principal town of the London Borough of Sutton in South London, England and is one of the eleven metropolitan centres stated in the London Plan.