London Bridge connects the City of London and the south London borough of Southwark. The bridge has existed in multiple iterations, with the current bridge unveiled in 1973.
Immediately north of the bridge is central London, with Monument and Bank close to the river front . Immediately south of the river is the borough of Southwark, where Borough Market can be found within walking distance of the bridge. Another local landmark is the historic Southwark Cathedral, also close by. These days, this part of London is perhaps most renowned as the home of the Shard, the UK's tallest building.
The housing stock of the area comprises largely of new-build, luxury apartments that overlook the river. In Southwark, Georgian and other period townhouses can be found in terraces, as well as more modest, twentieth-century blocks of flats.
London Bridge has both a railway and tube station in its name, connecting commuters to Central London from the immediate area, as well as from outside of London. The underground station is serviced by the Jubilee and Northern Lines, while the railway station welcomes commuters from Sevenoaks, Gravesend and Horsham.
The SE1 postcode is frequented by cleaners on the Housekeep platform, all of whom are experienced in delivering 5-star domestic services. These cleaners are all background-checked and interviewed in person to ensure 5-star cleans at every visit.