The SW15 comes under the boroughs of Wandsworth and Kingston upon Thames. The area comprises Putney, Roehampton and Kingston Vale, and is a diverse area with plenty of history to explore. One of the 35 major centres of Greater London as defined by the London Plan, the area used to be part of an ancient parish. Queen Elizabeth I used to be a regular visitor to the area in years gone by, and many used to visit the area to enjoy its impressive open spaces. There are many sights and attractions within easy reach of SW15, including Fulham Palace, the Museum of Fulham Palace and the Pottery Café.
There are many different types of businesses that take up the offices to rent and retail space in SW15. The businesses that operate from here are diverse and varied, including tour operators, website designers, educational facilities, internet service providers and solicitors.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will never be short of ways to stay entertained in and around SW15, with something to suit every taste and preference. The 606 Club is a great place to head for jazz music or you can enjoy other types of music at Le QuecumBar or the Half Moon. When it comes to dining options, you will be spoilt for choice. Great African food can be enjoyed at Putney Pies, or you can enjoy the gastropub delights available at The Prince of Wales. Wallace & Co served up some great British food.
SW15 is a well connected area, with a number of transport modes to choose from. You can access the underground network via East Putney and Southfields tube stations while mainline services can be accessed at Putney and Wandsworth Town railway stations. Secure car parking facilities offer convenience for drivers and for those who prefer not to drive, there are many taxis and bus services available.