About Lombard Street
Lombard Street lies in the heart of the City of London and leads from Gracechurch Street west towards Bank. Its position within the City has given Lombard Street a very long-standing association with financial services and banking groups that stretches back as far as medieval times. The quarter-mile long road has been home to dozens of financial businesses and institutions over the past few centuries and remains a very prominent location for operators in the same sector. As well as being a core location for London’s financial sector, the areas around Lombard Street are among the most historic and culturally significant in England. Nearby landmarks include incredible old structures, such as the Bank of England and St Paul’s Cathedral, as well as new icons of the London skyline like the Gherkin and the Leadenhall Building, better known as the Cheesegrater.
Setting up your business here
Like everywhere in the City of London, Lombard Street is very well served by local transport links, including the Tube, trains, buses and taxis. The nearby Tube stations of Bank and Monument are both within easy walking distance of anywhere on Lombard Street, while Cannon Street, Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street and City Thames Link train stations are all close by. Residents of Lombard Street include UBS Global Asset Management, Endeavour Finance and the financial advisers of Haymarket Associates. For any company operating in or in support of financial service industries, Lombard Street is an ideal location and one in which office space is very keenly sought.
A typical office in Lombard Street
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Lombard Street
The Square Mile of the City is as busy and vibrant as anywhere else in London. Local offices are home to dozens of very prominent financial organisations and the streets are dotted with pubs, restaurants and other conspicuous eateries. On Lombard Street itself you’ll find a popular Spanish restaurant called Hispania and an always convenient Pret a Manger; or for a more exclusive dining experience try Number 1 Lombard Street and its haute cuisine restaurant to the rear. If you’re looking for a great place to grab a drink, local favourites near Lombard Street include traditional pubs like The Green Man on Queen Victoria Street, or Coq d’Argent on Poultry, which is famous for its quite breath-taking roof garden and views over the City.
- Tube lines: Central, Northern, Waterloo & City, Circle, District, DLR
- Mainline stations: Bank, Monument, Cannon Street
- Nearest motorways: M25, A11
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted
- Other: Buses and taxis very readily available