London is one of the world’s greatest cities, and this is one of the greatest parts of it. Not that we are biased! Here are some of the many reasons why…
Coronavirus has limited or closed most of these neighbours for now. We look forward to welcoming them back as soon as safely possible.
Valentino Barbers and Denny’s newsagent either end of Roupell Street, EF language school in Roupell Street, St Patrick’s Nursery in Cornwall Road, and Earth Branding in Theed Street.
And a short walk away…
Old Vic, Young Vic, National Theatre, South Bank Centre, Hayward Gallery, BFI South Bank cinemas, Curzon Sea Containers cinema, The Vaults, Union Theatre, Menier Chocolate Factory, Bunker Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, Florence Nightingale Museum, Imperial War Museum.
Waterloo Library is at Oasis Hub in Kennington Road.
The nearest NHS Accident & Emergency is at St Thomas’ Hospital.
South Bank & Waterloo Neighbours runs South Bank Forum, an occasional meeting for the whole area with MPs and councillors, and the neighbourhood plan.
Waterloo Community Development Group considers major planning applications in the area.
The Roupell Street Conservation Area is in:
London Assembly Lambeth and Southwark Constituency represented by Florence Eshalomi MP
UK Parliament Vauxhall Constituency represented by Florence Eshalomi MP
UK Parliament Bermondsey and Old Southwark Constituency represented by Neil Coyle MP