Camberwell Central


Our new and exciting mega banner on the corner of Camberwell Green has prime location in one of South London’s most vibrant and artistic parts of town. ​

This busy residential neighbourhood has an ethnically diverse population with a strong community feel. Its wonderful architecture, surging cultural scene and urban grit has drawn in the creative types, young families and students which in turn has led to numerous independent boutiques, trendy bars and coffee shops popping up around town.​

Its uber cool Brixton and Peckham neighbours ensure nightlife activities are aplenty whilst the beautiful green spaces of Ruskin and Burgess Park overlooking the City are nearby. Throw in the Overground at Denmark Hill and it becomes a commuters paradise with a 10-minute journey into London Bridge.​

Our mega banner is superbly located on Camberwell Church Street, a busy A road thanks to its numerous local shops, proximity to Peckham High Street and quick access into the City. Positioned directly above 4 lanes of traffic and opposite two busy bus stops ensure excellent dwell times and visibility to those on foot and travelling by car.


Since the Eighties Camberwell has been a hotspot for young British artists and through the years it has continued to lure in the creative types and trendsetters thanks to the Camberwell College of Arts, numerous highly regarded galleries including the South London Gallery on Peckham Road and the annual weeklong Camberwell Arts Festival in June.​

The diversity of Camberwell residents also means there is a plentiful supply of varied restaurants and bars offering everything from new age Chinese cuisine, rare American beers at a restored 18th Century pub and late-night DJs at locals’ favourite, The Tiger. Throw in the rooftop bars and vintage markets of nearby Peckham and live music in Brixton and you have a lively and exciting part of town.

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