About Bermondsey Tube Station
Recognised as an artistic and commercial district in south London, Bermondsey lies to the south of the River Thames and is neighboured by Southwark to the west, Rotherhithe to the east and Walworth to the south. You will find a selection of museums and a small number of art galleries in the area, as well as Bermondsey Abbey and Bermondsey Square, which is situated at the southern end of Bermondsey Street and home to the New Caledonian Antiques Market. In addition to being a successful commercial district, property is also very much in demand in Bermondsey, and the area is popular with celebrities such as Marc Almond, Zandra Rhodes and Jonathan Meades. Along with the cultural and artistic side of Bermondsey, there is also a great emphasis on dining and evening entertainment which can be found on Bermondsey Street, filled with popular restaurants and bars.
Setting up your business here
If you are looking for a stylish office building, a variety of networking opportunities or a way to entertain a valuable client then you are sure to find it in Bermondsey. The area owes much of its importance to its proximity to Londonís docks and there are currently plans to develop some parts of it by adding a number of boutique hotels. The area itself is a vibrant and bustling district and is home to BSAP whose aim is to positively promote the interests of both the business and residential community. The main industries in the area include manufacturing and consulting and you will find companies such as Smith & Co, MCP Consulting and Trescher Fabrications Ltd here. Commuting into the area is straightforward with excellent rail links including a tube station and an overground station close by, as well as a number of busses serving the area.
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Things to do in Bermondsey Tube Station
Bermondsey boasts an eclectic mix of shops including bookshops, florists and fashion boutiques. You are also sure to find a way to be entertained in Bermondsey, whatever your taste. Bermondsey Street is lined with trendy bars and restaurants that come alive at the end of the working day. If you are hoping to find a stylish and modern setting to entertain a client then try Zucca. Or for a light lunch, Cafť Amisha serves a delicious range of Italian delights and is only a stoneís throw away in Southwark. If you are looking for cocktails then head to The Hide Bar or for a speciality beer, try The Woolpack; both can be found on Bermondsey Street. For something a little different head down to Shunt Vaults, a 10 minute walk from Bermondsey Square, or catch a show at the Unicorn Theatre.
- Tube lines: Jubilee
- Mainline stations: Bermondsey
- Nearest motorways: M4; M25
- Nearest airports: London City; Heathrow
- Other: Area is serviced by 5 bus routes travelling in and around the city