Access Self Storage Tower Bridge offers secure storage near Bermondsey, with 24/7 CCTV monitored units. Other services include secure vehicle parking, forklifting and free use of pallet trucks. All of our contracts are on a flexible basis, making terms and payment convenient for you.
Getting to Access Self Storage Tower Bridge is simple.
Starting from Bermondsey Station, head West on Jamaica Road/A200. Follow the A200 until you reach Abbey Street on your left. Take Abbey Street for 500 feet, and then turn left onto The Grange. Follow The Grange, turning right onto Grange Walk, then, turn left onto Fendall Street. Cross the A2206/Grange Road onto Crimscott Street, and finally turn left onto Willow Walk where you will see Access Self Storage Tower Bridge on the left.
Bermondsey is one of the oldest parts of the London Borough of Southwark. First documented in the Domesday Book of 1086, it was formerly known as Bermundsey or Bermundesye. Steeped in history, the area has been through a Roman occupation, and during Saxon times, was home to a Benedictine monastery. Medieval Times saw the area begin to establish itself as a centre for the leather industry due to its good access to the Thames which made it an ideal hotspot for tanners. By 1792, a third of the country’s leather output came from Bermondsey. With good transport links, and the majority of London’s markets on its doorstep, Bermondsey was seen as a major threat by the City of London. So much so, that the city attempted to restrict all sales of Bermondsey goods within a 3 mile radius of the city!
The launch of Maltby Street Market in 2010, means the area is once again delivering its trading traditions to a new and contemporary market. Beneath the arches, an eclectic array of stalls can be found for today’s discerning browser. Shoppers needn’t worry about their shopping sessions going a little overboard when there is storage near Bermondsey. The Tower Bridge store offers 24 hour access and our staff will always be happy to find the best storage solution for your needs.
Pre World War II, Bermondsey’s 4 mile stretch of riverside was populated with wharves and warehouses. However, due to the severe damage suffered by the area during the London bombings, and the subsequent collapse of the river trade in the 1960’s, the banks of Bermondsey were left standing derelict for some years. With the backing of the London Docklands Development Corporation, many of the wharves were redeveloped during the 1980’s. These have now been transformed into a mix of residential and commercial properties, boasting some of the most expensive and exclusive real estate London has to offer. Property in Bermondsey is now very much in demand and many celebrities such as the Chemical Brothers and Zandra Rhodes are rumoured to have been attracted to the area. If you are considering Bermondsey as a potential location for your future home, you may need somewhere secure to keep your belongings safe during the nitty gritty bits of your move. Our self storage near Bermondsey can offer your prized possessions a secure temporary home, so that you can take all the time you need to move into your dream home.