This is a guide to shopping centres in SE & SW London. The first was the Elephant and Castle shopping centre which opened in 1965. It was demolished in 2021 to make way for a new shopping centre & housing with building work now underway. More info
51 Tooley Street
Set in old warehouse (1856) on the river by London Bridge.
Stores: 20 including Riverside bookshop
Rail: London Bridge
River: Uber/Thames Clipper pier.
64 High Street,
020 8313 9292
Owners: Alaska Permanent Fund & London Borough of Bromley
Large shopping centre running along east side of High Street.
Parking: 1420 spaces
Whitgift Shopping Centre
21 North End
020 8681 5841
Owners: Hammerson plc
Designer: Anthony Minoprio (1900–1988)
Parking: Whitgift Open Air Car park
Lewisham Shopping Centre
020 8852 0094
Owners: Land Securities Group
Look out for the historical murals at the back exit.
Car park: 800 spaces
Surrey Quays Shopping Centre
Owners: British Land
Established: 1988 in Surrey Docks redevelopment.
Underground: Surrey Quays
Car park: 650 spaces
Southside, Wandsworth High Street
Established: 1971 as Arndale centre.
SW London’s largest shopping centre.
Redeveloped in 2004.
Owners: Landsec & Invesco
Car park: 1180 spaces
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