This article is about the original B228 from Clapham to Dulwich.
For the current B228 in Bromley, see B228
The B228 was a long urban road in south London.
It started on the A3 on the northern edge of Clapham Common. It crossed the Common before going through Clapham Park and Streatham Hill and then reached the A215 in Tulse Hill.
The B228 multiplexed north along the A215 for a short distance before regaining its number and heading east into Dulwich. It ended on the eastern edge of the golf course on the A2216.
In the 1930s the whole road became part of the A205 South Circular, which it remains.