Office space for South London
From Waterloo in the west, via Southwark, and finally to London Bridge in the east, this is where most of the city’s South London workplaces are located. The Shard is one of the most prominent office structure in the neighbourhood. Matches Fashion, Heinz, and Duff and Phelps are just a few of the companies with offices in Europe’s tallest building, which also has a five-star hotel and a slew of fine dining establishments.
Near Tower Bridge, Bermondsey is a busy area of converted warehouses and stylish riverside flats. A hip crowd mingles in cosy pubs, eateries, and indie shops lining villagelike Bermondsey Street. Bermondsey Square hosts an antiques market. Gourmet food stalls and bars sit beneath Maltby Street Market’s railway arches. The Fashion and Textile Museum and the White Cube contemporary art gallery attract a cultured crowd.
Vauxhall, neighbourhood in the borough of Lambeth in London, England. It lies on the south bank of the River Thames near Vauxhall Bridge. Vauxhall Station (Zone 1/2) is on the Victoria Line, and offers National Rail services and a bus interchange.
London Bridge is one of London’s most historic neighbourhoods. Located on the southbank of the Thames in the area of Southwark, London Bridge is one of London’s most desirable places to live. Living in London Bridge provides heritage, unique properties, stellar attractions and transport links.
Waterloo is a district in Central London, and part of the Bishops ward of the London Borough of Lambeth. It is situated 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Charing Cross. The area is part of a business improvement district known as Waterloo Quarter, which includes The Cut and the Old Vic and Young Vic theatres.
Southwark is a district of Central London situated on the south bank of the River Thames, forming the north-western part of the wider modern London Borough of Southwark. The district is one of London’s most desirable areas due to its proximity to the capital. Living in Southwark offers many benefits including great transport connections, a diverse cultural offering and leafy parks.
This area owes its name to the time when, at the southern end of London Bridge, it was literally the only borough outside the City of London itself. Eating and drinking opportunities in Borough High Street include Belushi’s, the Slug & Lettuce, Our Cellar wine bar and others. Tas has opened an offshoot of its hugely successful Waterloo restaurant. SE1’s main Job Centre can also be found in Borough High Street.