An Introduction to Bermondsey
A former hub for London’s river trade, and a slum that formed the backdrop for Dickens’ Oliver Twist, Bermondsey sat derelict for decades, until developers saw the potential in this Victorian, industrial area. Bermondsey is somewhat of a dark horse, it is a lesser known neighbourhood of South East London that is constantly developing. Even the most seasoned Londoner forgets where they are when walking through this area.
Travel Links in Bermondsey
There are an abundance of railway stations in and around Bermondsey. Bermondsey station itself is in London Zone 2, but nearby Borough and London Bridge are in Zone 1. These stations offer London Underground services on the Jubilee and Northern lines. South Bermondsey station also offers Southern rail line trains from London Bridge to South London, with direct connections to Beckenham Junction, Crystal Palace and Croydon.
By foot, you are only a 15 minute walk from the River Thames, where you can wander to your heart's content.
Our Local Knowledge
Our letting agents love Bermondsey for its post industrial selection of coffee houses, galleries, and breweries. The area has developed a bit of a reputation when it comes to craft beer, locals and tourists alike flock to Druid Street to sample beverages from the six breweries that have made their home in the area. In true Victorian fashion, Bermondsey also offers a great antiques market
, every Friday from 4am-2pm.
Contact Our Letting Agents in Bermondsey
Our lettings process is designed to be compliant, practical and efficient for all parties involved. We can help provide an accurate lettings valuation, we can prepare your property for viewings, we can find you tenants, we can create and progress contracts, and our team of experienced letting agents can manage your Bermondsey property with expertise.