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What you need to know about South East London

South East London

South East London covers the boroughs of Greenwich, Lewisham, Bexley, Bromley, and Southwark, and contains a diverse mix of commercial and residential areas, many of which are under construction and redevelopment as the city expands. The mixture of historical and artistic influences in this area make it a centre of culture and tourism characterised by Victoran cobbled streets that run from London Bridge to Rotherhithe, with a portion of London's most popular tourist spots along the way, including Tower Bridge, the Tate Modern, and the Design Museum. Well known shopping locations in South east London include the Old Spitalfields market, Brick Lane for boutiques and public houses, and the Columbia Road flower market. Aside from the attractions museums and parks, much of Southeast London is built on close knit family orientated communities and some of the best places to live in south east London for families include Greenwich, which has plenty of green space for children to play in and nature walks by the river, and Herne Hill which offers residential areas filled with family sized properties and is home to Brockwell Park and Brockwell Lido.

  • Population Size 1,833,289
  • Active Businesses 8,675
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)768,782
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 273,225

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