The Low Line project is an ambition to create a new cultural and economic destination along the 4 miles of viaduct between Vauxhall and Bermondsey.

In collaboration with Southwark Council and other south London Business Improvement Districts, Team London Bridge has been developing the concept of the 'Low Line'. Borrowing from New York's enormously successful High Line, the Low Line's ambition is to use the 4 miles of railway viaduct between Vauxhall and Bermondsey to create a new cultural and economic destination.

The arches themselves will be activated, tenanted and programmed to support small businesses and enliven street frontages, whilst exemplary public realm will create new walking and cycling routes and green spaces. 

Our focus is primarily on the section of viaduct between London Bridge station in the west to Tower Bridge Road in the east.


How to get involved

To find out more about the project you can contact our Placeshaping Director Jack about how your business can be part of the change.

Related Documents

Holyrood Street Low Line Study+
Bermondsey Street Junction Public Realm Options+
Vinegar Yard Proposals+