Access Self Storage Tower Bridge is on Willow Walk in Southwark, handy for customers in Elephant & Castle, Walworth, the St Saviours Estate and neighbouring areas of Central London.
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Self storage is increasingly seen as the perfect solution for local businesses struggling for space, especially in central London – our Tower Bridge storage units range from a 9 sq ft locker to a 500 sq ft space and you can easily change to a different size unit as your needs fluctuate. At Access Self Storage Tower Bridge you can even rent office space and use our secure parking facility – outside the Congestion Charging Zone!
Even for residents space in Central London is always at a premium. Why not store here the things you only need occasionally? Moving house locally? We can store the entire contents of your van, or just a few items you need out of the way while you redecorate.
To get to us:
From the South Circular Road near Eltham Palace, take the A20 northwards through Lewisham, and past Goldsmiths University, continuing along the A2 (Old Kent Road).
Turn right down Dunton Road (B203) at the Tesco superstore, then third left along Willow Walk.
Access Self Storage Tower Bridge is on the right-hand side.
Our Tower Bridge storage units are in a great location, just a short walk from the iconic bridge and other nearby attractions, including St Katherine’s Dock, the Tower of London and HMS Belfast. The 19th century bridge took 8 years to complete! We love the story that an American, Robert P Culloch, tried to buy it in 1968 but bought the old London Bridge by mistake – even if it did turn out to be an urban myth!
Of course, we have Old Kent Road as well – immortalised as part of the brown set on the original Monopoly board. Have you kept toys and games from your children’s childhood – or your own? Do you need to remove some clutter? Access Self Storage Tower Bridge could be the answer.
We are, of course, on the doorstep of arguably the world’s most important financial and commercial centre, known simply as “The City” or “The Square Mile”: home to the Bank of England and a myriad of other financial institutions. The major industries in Southwark are retail and tourism, not to say that it doesn’t have significant office developments, and of course, its own Cathedral and the Imperial War Museum. Remember that if you’re a local business needing space to store your archived files, or perhaps equipment, our friendly staff at Tower Bridge will be happy to help.