The London Bridge Retail and Leisure Vision

To curate a dynamic and evolving neighbourhood of contrasting and complementary experiences centred on a global reputation for food, commerce, history and culture.

London Bridge has changed dramatically during the past 15 years, from the completion and launch of London Bridge City and The Shard Quarter, through to the major redevelopment of London Bridge Station. 

One thing that has remained consistent throughout this time is the demand, and opportunity, for a dramatic increase in the retail and leisure offering across the area. London Bridge now comprises over 170 retailers, from high street brands to makers and independents, with the recent redevelopment of London Bridge Station comprising Network Rail’s largest ever retail offering.

In an area that is recognised as one of the Capital’s leading locations for food and drink and home to world-famous attractions including Tower Bridge, this influx of shopping and leisure experiences challenges stakeholders to examine how together, we can best support this burgeoning sector and promote the holistic offer of London Bridge.

Retail Strategy and Action Plan for London Bridge

In autumn 2018 Team London Bridge contracted Kallaway and The Strategic Insight Consultancy to research and write a Retail Strategy for the area. Consultation with the community took place November 2018 to February 2019 via face to face interviews and workshops. 

To view the DRAFT London Bridge Retail Strategy click hereFinal report will be available end March 2019. 

Team London Bridge will work with our partners and stakeholders to respond to the recommendations made in the Strategy to deliver key projects via our Retail Action Plan.    

To view the Retail Action Plan for London Bridge click here.