Transport for London has announced changes to bus services in south-east London - including some cuts to services.

TfL already announced one change to the 96 route, which now stops at Darent Valley before terminating at Bluewater, but other changes are set to be put in motion now we are in the new year.

Bus cuts are being implemented to "match demand", according to TfL.

From January 6, the 484 bus from Camberwell Green to Lewisham Station will be cut slightly on Monday to Saturday. The buses will now run every 12 minutes, or six an hour instead of seven.

The night bus N3 from Oxford Circus to Crystal Palace has also been cut, now running every 20 minutes instead of every 15 but it has been increased on the route to Bromley North from every half hour to every 20 minutes.

From January 20, the 269 from Bexleyheath to Bromley will also have buses cut - instead of running every 10 minutes, it will now be operating every 12 minutes.

The 53 from Whitehall to Plumstead has been changed as well, from Friday to Saturday night buses will run every 15 minutes instead of every 12 and Sunday to Thursday the buses will run every half hour - currently every 20 minutes.

In December, the 180 between Lewisham to Belvedere had a section of its route cut - no longer stopping along Crabtree Manorway North. The first and last stops are at the west end of Fisher's Way.

These changes follow on from potential Southeastern Timetable changes which would have some lines scrapped.

A petition that has been signed by more than 2,000 people is calling for plans to cut the Victoria Line from Bexleyheath to be scrapped.

You can read more about that here. A full list of bus changes can also be found here