Five reasons to buy on Southbank

1. Food and drink - Southbank is quickly becoming a thriving hub of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars. From the soaring views of Skylon offering fine dining and chic cocktails, to the more relaxed Ozu with its simple décor and handmade sushi, Southbank is a must-visit destination for all foodies.

  1. Food and drink - Southbank is quickly becoming a thriving hub of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars. From the soaring views of Skylon offering fine dining and chic cocktails, to the more relaxed Ozu with its simple décor and handmade sushi, Southbank is a must-visit destination for all foodies.
     
  2. Location - Within walking distance to Covent Garden and Parliament, Southbank is perfectly positioned to access some of London’s premier locations. Staying south of the river you’ll also find Southwark and Borough a short trip away and offering excellent attractions including the Borough Markets.
     
  3. Transport links - Westminster, Waterloo and Embankment underground stations are all easily accessed from Southbank making commuting around London simple. A number of bus routes service Westminster and Waterloo bridges providing fantastic transport links both north and south of the river.
     
  4. On the rise, South Bank Tower - Set to be a landmark development in the area, South Bank Tower will add further prestige and life to the area. Along with the residential buildings, new restaurants and retail outlets will also be opening in the area solidifying Southbank’s position as a destination within the Capital.
     
  5. Culture - With a number of cultural festivals already based in Southbank (the popular Udderbelly has just wrapped up) , Southbank offers an immense variety of theatre, comedy, art and dance to enjoy all year round. The Southbank Centre, BFI Southbank and National Theatre all offer a range of performances to be enjoyed.