This south of the river location offers businesses the opportunity to grow in prosperity alongside the area’s redevelopment. With new buildings planned, old buildings being refurbished and a major upgrade of the London Bridge train station already underway, London Bridge is rapidly becoming an attractive location for both new and established businesses.
The amount of office space London Bridge has available is set to increase swiftly thanks to a number of high profile redevelopment projects in the area. The most notable of these is The Shard, which at 72 storeys and 306 metres tall, is the tallest building in Europe.
The area is just a short walk across London Bridge to the City of London, and is well served by local transport links.
The office space London Bridge offers tends to be in large commercial properties, although occasionally an older converted building becomes available.
London Bridge Station is the fourth busiest station in the UK in terms of passenger numbers, currently undergoing a major redevelopment to both the railway infrastructure and the station itself, set to finish in 2018. Trains from the station serve the South East of England including Brighton, Ramsgate, Bedford and Orpington. It is also connected to the Jubilee Line on the London Underground providing easy access to Waterloo and Stratford stations.
Tooley Street, St Thomas Street and Southwark Street are the major roads in the area, and much of the office space London Bridge has available is located on these roads, or in the vicinity.