Rubbish collection servicing all of this area. Once known as the ‘Piccadilly Circus’ of South London, Elephant and Castle now finds itself a popular location for students, situated in the middle of London South Bank University and the London College of Communication. As such, the area has seen recent influx of student focused developments, with associated amenities in the form of clubs, pubs and chain restaurants. Also known for its rather exuberantly coloured shopping centre, the area is a real mix of styles, with patches of modern redevelopment juxtaposed with traditional Victorian and Edwardian architecture - and everything in between.
Our rubbish removal service incudes a full sweep up afterwards keeping your place in a clean state. Our pricing system means that you only pay for the amount your junk fills our 15 cubic yard truck. We clear from all types of properties including homes and offices. No job to big or small.
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Walworth appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Waleorde. It was held by Bainiard from Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its domesday assets were: 3½ hides; 1 church, 4 ploughs, 8 acres (32,000 m2) of meadow.
John Smith House is on Walworth Road, and was renamed in memory of John Smith, who was leader of the Labour Party from 1992 up to his sudden death in 1994.
Elephant and Castle - Known previously as Newington (Newington Butts and Newington Causeway are two of the principal roads of the area), it was in the mediaeval period simply a part of rural Surrey, of the manor of Walworth. This is listed in the Domesday Book as belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury; the income from its rents and tithes supplied the monks at Christ Church Canterbury with their clothing; a 'church' is also mentioned. However, the parish was called 'St Mary, Newington'. That church occupied the site of the current leisure centre, next to the Tabernacle, being first recorded by name in 1222.