Known as London’s Cultural Heart, the riverside neighbourhood of South Bank calls the Thames’ southern shores home, and is sandwiched between Westminster Bridge and London Bridge. It’s a place to move to if you like lots going on and, with its plethora of famous sites, it’s somewhere you can play London tourist as often as you like. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in South Bank. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in South Bank.
The pluses are the location, easy to access to central London and short walk to tubes. No parking (even moving in or out it’s a pain) bin collections are sometimes missed and at times there can be loud traffic noise.
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The upkeep and care of the building is getting worse, gardening does half a job not clearing the access to meters. Building manager rarely attends or takes action. Lights take long time to be repaired. No action taken on security issues (rough sleeping and thefts). Noise travels in the building
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
The security issues, Met police have to visit to talk about thefts monthly
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Tenants have raised multiple issues with no response