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One of the joys of living in London is discovering secrets of your own, be it the perfect coffee bar, most romantic view, friendliest restaurant or interesting short-cut. While transport links in this area are exemplary, the way to explore and find these hidden gems is on foot.
The riverside walks between Waterloo and London Bridge are rich in history, with the architecture and alleyways to prove it. While recognised as one of London's most premieraddresses, the South Bank has lost none of its original charm and heritage. This is an area that really does pride itself on having a strong local community, and so provides a rich seam of independent boutiques, galleries, ateliers, cafés, restaurants, street food markets and a wealth of prestigious universities nearby. South Bank Tower lies at the very heart of the South Bank community.
A large number of galleries and theatres can be found within close proximity to the site, including: Bicha Gallery (3 min walk), Skylark Gallery 1 (3 min walk), The Bankside Gallery (6 min walk), The Tate Modern (6 min walk) Hayward Gallery (12 min walk), The Young Vic Theatre (6 minute walk), The National Theatre (6 min walk), Waterloo East Theatre (7 min walk), The Globe Theatre (9 min walk), Union Theatre (9 min walk).
A good selection of local supermarkets including: Sainsbury's Local (Waterloo Road), Marks and Spencer (Southwark Street) and Milroy Foodfayre (Milroy Walk). A branded supermarket mid size is proposed as part of the development.
By Train (from Southwark Underground Station unless stated)
|London Bridge||02 mins|
|Westminster (Waterloo)||02 mins|
|Green Park (Waterloo)||04 mins|
|Bond Street||07 mins|
|Oxford Circus (Waterloo) *TFL.gov.uk||07 mins|
|Canary Wharf||08 mins|
|Bank (Blackfriars)||08 mins|
|Victoria (Blackfriars)||09 mins|
|Covent Garden (Waterloo)||09 mins|
|Paddington (Waterloo)||14 mins|
|King's Cross (Blackfriars)||14 mins|
|Heathrow Airport (Waterloo)||37 mins|
|Gatwick Airport||39 mins|