Project Info

Silwood Spires

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The site is rectangular and linear in shape, with a railway viaduct running parallel to the southern boundary. The site fronts Silwood Street and is an established residential area which has seen significant recent residential development including the area immediately opposite the site.

Projected GDV

Apartments
Good Local Facilities
Cafes, shops and takeaways
Local Transport Links
0.2 miles walk to a direct connection to London Bridge in 9 minutes
Good Local Facilities
Cafes, shops and takeaways
Good Transport Links

Silwood Spires

The site is immediately south of Bermondsey, which has undergone a dramatic transformation to become a vibrant community with numerous local bars, restaurants and cultural entertainment venues.

As well as its proximity to central London, the area also benefits from numerous supermarkets, eateries and a variety of well-respected schools, which are likely to attract young professionals and families looking for property close to Central London.

The nearest station is South Bermondsey, 0.2 miles to the west of the site, which provides a direct connection to London Bridge in 9 minutes.

Silwood Street is set to benefit from the New Bermondsey redevelopment plans and access to the new station; further enhancing the existing transport communications across London.

Silwood Spires

The site is immediately south of Bermondsey, which has undergone a dramatic transformation to become a vibrant community with numerous local bars, restaurants and cultural entertainment venues.

As well as its proximity to central London, the area also benefits from numerous supermarkets, eateries and a variety of well-respected schools, which are likely to attract young professionals and families looking for property close to Central London.

The nearest station is South Bermondsey, 0.2 miles to the west of the site, which provides a direct connection to London Bridge in 9 minutes.

Silwood Street is set to benefit from the New Bermondsey redevelopment plans and access to the new station; further enhancing the existing transport communications across London.