Far livelier and smarter than it was a decade ago, London's buzzy South Bank and Waterloo is becoming a place that draws startups, scale ups and multi-national corporations alike. Set against the south bank of the Thames, Waterloo and the aptly named South Bank is a hubbub of cultural phenomenons, tourist attractions, and a melting pot of watering holes where commuters gather for a post-work drink.
Prices have risen over the last 5 years as the quality of office space has improved and more investment has poured in to the area. Prices track similarly to the London Bridge and Bermondsey and Midtown areas.
Discover our favourite restaurants, pubs and things to do in the South Ban and Waterloo.
From the transport links of Waterloo to the riverside walks of the South Bank, this area has everything you need. Not only can you cross a number of London's iconic bridges and be in Covent Garden in minutes but what is on your doorstep is enough to keep you exploring for many a lunch break. From the OXO tower to the National Theatre. This area has everything.