About Surrey Quays
Surrey Quays is a predominantly residential area of Rotherhithe in south-east London. The area is generally considered to comprise the southern half of the Rotherhithe peninsula, from Canada Water to South Dock. Surrey Quays Shopping Centre is a popular destination with locals and professionals, and Greenland Dock provides a tranquil location to escape to. Surrey Quays is known for its open green spaces, and Southwark Park is a prime example. Within the park there is a gallery, two cafes, a lake and a sports complex. There are countless amenities in the vicinity, including bowling alleys, cinemas, banks, restaurants, bars and libraries, making this an ideal location for any business, with everything one could need situated on the doorstep.
Setting up your business here
There is a wide range of businesses situated in Surrey Quays, many of which are small or medium sized and enjoy the London location, without the Central London price-tag. With the close proximity to Canada Water and Canary Wharf, there are many smaller law firms, banking companies and financial businesses situated here. There are plentiful networking opportunities in and around Surrey Quays, with breakfast and after work meetings in place specifically for this. Transport links are efficient and easily accessible, providing access to the city for thousands of commuters on a daily basis.
A typical office in Surrey Quays
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Surrey Quays
Surrey Quays Leisure Park is a favourite amongst families. It comprises a cinema, bingo hall and several eateries. Millwall Football Club has a fanatical local fan base, many of whom travel the length and breadth of the country to support the team. The Thames Clipper boat service is available from the area and provides links with central London and various destinations along the Thames. There are many trendy bars and gastro-pubs in the vicinity, including The Mayflower, which is the oldest pub situated on the Thames. Located in the heart of Rotherhithe, it offers hearty, home-cooked food in a beautiful and intimate setting. The selection of beers is fantastic, as is the service. There are many international eateries in the area, including Castello, based on Jamaica Road, which has been providing locals and professionals with delicious pizzas for a number of years, and Gulshan Tandoori, on Lower Road, which is a popular curry house.
- Tube lines: Canada Water, serving the Jubilee and Overground lines
- Mainline stations: Surrey Quays
- Nearest motorways: A2
- Nearest airports: London City Airport, Gatwick Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby, Thames Clipper boat service