Victoria, Central London
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Named after Queen Victoria, one of the UK’s most famous monarchs, Victoria is an area made up of the streets that surround Victoria Station, close to Westminster. Victoria Station is one of the busiest travel interchanges in London, offering great transport links across the City and even throughout the UK. It is because of this that the Mayor of London named Victoria an ‘opportunity area’ in 2011, with plans for residential and commercial growth in the pipeline for the next few years. The area is home to the Victoria Palace Theatre, which has stood on the same site since 1832, although it has been demolished and rebuilt several times. Little Ben, a 20ft replica of Big Ben, stands outside the theatre and is another popular landmark.
Setting up your business here
Victoria is a transient location, owing to the large number of people travelling through each day. For this reason, the area is predominantly home to businesses based in the retail and travel industries, including shops, hotels and restaurants. Because of its proximity to a number of major tourist attractions, bring walking distance from Buckingham Palace and the Royal parks, there are excellent opportunities for passing trade all year round. A couple of the more well-known names in the area are New Scotland Yard, and Channel 4, which has its headquarters here.
A typical office in Victoria
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Things to do in Victoria
Victoria has a great range of activities and entertainment options to suit any interests. There is great shopping at Victoria Place and Cardinal Place shopping centres, and Westminster Abbey is popular with tourists and Londoners alike for a day out. Victoria is home to Billy Elliot and Wicked, two of London’s most famous musicals, and really memorable evenings out. When it comes to food, Yo Sushi is placed inside Victoria Station and offers convenience, efficiency and value for money, whilst for a more original night out Abracadabra Russian Restaurant has revolving tables, curtained booths and staff dressed in costume. The Stag pub is one of the last parts of the famous Stag Brewery left in Victoria, after it was demolished in 1959, and the Windsor Castle is great for impressing clients and visitors as it serves reasonably priced food and drink in a lavish setting.
- Tube lines: Circle, District, Victoria
- Mainline stations: London Victoria, Charing Cross
- Nearest motorways: M25, M4
- Nearest airports: City, Gatwick, Stansted, Heathrow
- Other: Victoria coach station for services across the UK