South London is a later development of the British capital metropolis. There are a few historical sites in this part of London. The southern area of London also has some offices and departments of the United Kingdom Government. The boroughs of Lewisham, Bromley, Greenwich, Bexley, Southwark, Wandsworth, Richmond, Bromley and Croydon make up the South London area. The London areas of Sutton, Merton and Kingston also fall under it.
In London Map the South London area is witnessing major urban regeneration projects. The Greenwich Peninsula area is being developed to accommodate thousands of new residents. Development projects have been undertaken in the South London areas of Lewisham, Kidbrooke and also in Elephant and Castle. Massive investments are being made and planned in the Croydon area. The long defunct Battersea Power Station is being revamped to be turned into a complete recreational zone. Notable tourist sites in South London include the Tate Modern Art Gallery, the London Eye and the National Film Theater among others.
Last Updated on 28 march 2013