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Parliament Square
London, United Kingdom SW1P 3JX


Landmark Near The Houses Of Parliament & Big Ben - London

Battersea Power Station
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Battersea Power Station 188 Kirtling Street London SW8 5BP.
London, SW8 5

20-76275821

Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the River Thames, in Nine Elms, Battersea, an inner-city district of South West London. It comprises two individual power stations, built in two stages in the form of a single building. Battersea A Power Station was built in the 1930s, with Battersea B Power Station to the east in the 1950s. The two stations were built to a nearly identical design, providing the long-recognized four-chimney layout. The station ceased generating electricity in 1983, but over the past 50 years it has become one of the best known landmarks in London and is Grade II* listed. The station's celebrity owes much to numerous popular culture references, which include the cover art of Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals and its appearance in the 1965 Beatles' film, Help!.The station is one of the largest brick buildings in the world and is notable for its original, lavish Art Deco interior fittings and decor. The building has remained largely unused since its closure and the condition of the structure has been described as "very bad" by English Heritage, which included it in its Heritage at Risk Register. The site was also listed on the 2004 World Monuments Watch by the World Monuments Fund.

Battersea Power Station
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
188 Kirtling Street
London, SW8 5BN

+44 20 7501 0688

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London Fetish Fair
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Please standby for new venue announcement
London,

+44 (0)207 916 8360 / 07956 256 858

http://www.londonfetishfair.co.uk London Fetish Fair is a wickedly fun day of alternative and sexy shopping for the over 18's only. It's very focussed on handmade, designer and items that have an incredible level of creative merit. There's no dress code in the daytime. But it's a very accepting environment, dedicated to helping people find new things to wear, new kinky things to try whether they are beginners or advanced, there is no difference to us between gay, straight, tv/ bi whatever you are, we are very supportive of that! It's a safe non-judgmental environment for over 18's only. Come to the daytime event and then stay on for our cabaret burlesque and dungeon after party. Visit the free workshops and take part on the free raffle every month. Shop, have some drinks, push the boat out and speak to someone new, people always say hello back at the fetish fair. And be amazed at how totally friendly and sociable a place can be in London. You are going to be pleasantly surprised by how much fun the event actually is! It's like a little village for creatives, designers, kinksters and people who want to have a social life in London as well as find the very best bargains from the fetish scene. Like to shop, like to party? Want to do it somewhere unusually well loved, comfortable and with a great few bars, free quiet on street parking and a big group of nice fetish people,(you can dress up or not- it's no problem. We have a fetish or all black minimum dress code after 6) workshops and a raffle? What about a free after party in the evening? with a kinky cabaret? want to watch live bondage demos and shop for amazing handmade clothing and latex fashions? 2nd sunday of every month Come to London Fetish Fair. The World's Longest running fetish fair. In fact we invented the term fetish fair! So come and see a real one!

Kennington Park
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
SW9 6DE
London, SE11 4JT

07882605472

The Oval
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Kennington
Kennington, SE11 5SS

0844 375 1845

The Oval, currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Kia Oval, is an international cricket ground in Kennington, in the London Borough of Lambeth, South London. The Oval has been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club since it was opened in 1845. It was the first ground in England to host international Test cricket in September 1880. The final Test match of the English season is traditionally played there.In addition to cricket, The Oval has hosted a number of other historically significant sporting events. In 1870, it staged England's first international football match, versus Scotland. It hosted the first FA Cup final in 1872, as well as those between 1874 and 1892. In 1876, it held both the England v Wales and England v Scotland rugby international matches, and in 1877, rugby's first Varsity match.

Phoenix Beauty Point
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
230 Kennington Park Road
London, SE11 4DA

+44 (0) 20 7793 7997

Kennington Park
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Kennington Park Road,
London, SE11 4

020 7926 8679

Kennington Park is a public park in Kennington, London and lies between Kennington Park Road and St Agnes Place. It was opened in 1854 on the site of what had been Kennington Common, where the Chartists gathered for their biggest "monster rally" on 10 April 1848. Soon after this demonstration the common was enclosed and, sponsored by the royals, made into a public park.Kennington Common was a site of public executions until 1800 as well as being an area for public speaking. Some of the most illustrious orators to speak here were Methodist founders George Whitefield and John Wesley who is reputed to have attracted a crowd of 30,000.The common was one of the earliest London cricket venues and is known to have been used for top-class matches in 1724. Kennington Park hosts the first inner London community cricket ground, sponsored by Surrey County Cricket Club whose home, The Oval, is close to the park.In the 1970s, the old tradition of mass gatherings returned to the park which was host to the start of many significant marches to Parliament. Today, this tendency is opposed by a few locals who prefer the model of the Victorian Park. The Friends of Kennington Park, FoKP, provides a local forum for this struggle.

Kennington Park
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Kennington Park Road,
London, SE11 4

020 7926 8679

Kennington Park is a public park in Kennington, London and lies between Kennington Park Road and St Agnes Place. It was opened in 1854 on the site of what had been Kennington Common, where the Chartists gathered for their biggest "monster rally" on 10 April 1848. Soon after this demonstration the common was enclosed and, sponsored by the royals, made into a public park.Kennington Common was a site of public executions until 1800 as well as being an area for public speaking. Some of the most illustrious orators to speak here were Methodist founders George Whitefield and John Wesley who is reputed to have attracted a crowd of 30,000.The common was one of the earliest London cricket venues and is known to have been used for top-class matches in 1724. Kennington Park hosts the first inner London community cricket ground, sponsored by Surrey County Cricket Club whose home, The Oval, is close to the park.In the 1970s, the old tradition of mass gatherings returned to the park which was host to the start of many significant marches to Parliament. Today, this tendency is opposed by a few locals who prefer the model of the Victorian Park. The Friends of Kennington Park, FoKP, provides a local forum for this struggle.

London Vauxhall
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
2 south Lambeth place exon
London,

Dolphin Square
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Chichester Street
London, SW1V 3

+44 (0) 20 7798 8686

Dolphin Square is a block of private flats and business complex built near the River Thames at Pimlico in London, between 1935 and 1937. At one time, the huge development was home to more than 70 MPs, and at least 10 Lords.At the time of its construction the development of 1,250 up-market flats was billed, according to Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as the "largest self-contained block of flats in Europe" and, to an extent, their design has been a model for later municipal developments.HistoryThe Dolphin Square development is situated on the former works of the developer and builder Thomas Cubitt, who created the surrounding Pimlico district in the 19th-century. An Army clothing factory was built on the site after Cubitt's death, standing until 1933, when the leasehold on the site reverted to the Duke of Westminster. An American company, the Frederick French Corporation, bought the freehold for the site from the Duke, with plans to build a large residential development, Ormonde Court. The precarious financial situation of the Frederick French Corporation resulted in the sale of the site to Richard Rylands Costain (founder of the nascent Costain Group), who began construction on his own development in 1935.

Churchill Gardens
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Johnson's Place
London, SW1V 3

Churchill Gardens is a large housing estate in the Pimlico area of Westminster, London. The estate was developed between 1946 and 1962 to a design by the architects Powell and Moya, replacing Victorian terraced houses extensively damaged during the Blitz.Comprising 1,600 homes in 32 blocks, the estate is notable as the only housing project completed under the ambitious Abercrombie Plan to redevelop the capital on more "efficient" lines. Tall slabs of between nine and eleven storeys are enclosed by seven storey blocks and interspersed with maisonettes and terraces. A pioneering example of mixed development, it acted as a model for many subsequent public housing projects, although few matched its size and even fewer achieved its architectural distinction or social diversity. Many of the estate's tall buildings are accessible using lifts leading directly onto the street, with a local lift serving all floors & an express lift serving only floors that are multiples of 3.The estate is also notable for its early and rare example of district heating in the UK, the Pimlico District Heating Undertaking. A glass-faced accumulator tower was built to collect the CHP by-product heat in hot water from the now-disused Battersea Power Station on the opposite side of the Thames, providing heat and hot water throughout the estate. The system was upgraded in 2006 to allow it to supply an additional 1400 homes.

Churchill Gardens
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Johnson's Place
London, SW1V 3

Churchill Gardens is a large housing estate in the Pimlico area of Westminster, London. The estate was developed between 1946 and 1962 to a design by the architects Powell and Moya, replacing Victorian terraced houses extensively damaged during the Blitz.Comprising 1,600 homes in 32 blocks, the estate is notable as the only housing project completed under the ambitious Abercrombie Plan to redevelop the capital on more "efficient" lines. Tall slabs of between nine and eleven storeys are enclosed by seven storey blocks and interspersed with maisonettes and terraces. A pioneering example of mixed development, it acted as a model for many subsequent public housing projects, although few matched its size and even fewer achieved its architectural distinction or social diversity. Many of the estate's tall buildings are accessible using lifts leading directly onto the street, with a local lift serving all floors & an express lift serving only floors that are multiples of 3.The estate is also notable for its early and rare example of district heating in the UK, the Pimlico District Heating Undertaking. A glass-faced accumulator tower was built to collect the CHP by-product heat in hot water from the now-disused Battersea Power Station on the opposite side of the Thames, providing heat and hot water throughout the estate. The system was upgraded in 2006 to allow it to supply an additional 1400 homes.

Vauxhall City Farm
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
165 Tyers Street
London, SE11 5HS

020 7582 4204

Vauxhall City Farm is a little piece of the countryside right in the heart of London with all the sights, smells, sounds and experiences of rural life. Our collection of friendly animals includes rare breed sheep and cows, inquisitive goats, woolly alpacas and spotty pigs, not to mention our cuddly ferrets and guinea pigs.

SIS Building
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
85 Albert Embankment
London, SE1 7

07068664950

The SIS Building or MI6 Building at Vauxhall Cross houses the headquarters of the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS, MI6). It is located at 85 Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, a south western part of central London, United Kingdom, on the bank of the River Thames beside Vauxhall Bridge. The building has been the headquarters of the SIS since 1994.HistoryBackgroundThe SIS had previously been based at Century House, a 22-storey office block on Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, near Waterloo Station. The location of the headquarters was classified information, though the Daily Telegraph reported that it was 'London's worst-kept secret, known only to every taxi driver, tourist guide and KGB agent'. Century House was described as "irredeemably insecure" in a 1985 National Audit Office (NAO) report with security concerns raised in a survey; the building was made largely of glass, and had a petrol station at its base. Security concerns combined with the remaining short leasehold and cost of modernising the building were important factors in moving to a new headquarters.Design and constructionThe site on which the SIS building stands had been the location of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in the 19th century. Several industrial buildings were subsequently built on the site after the demolition of the pleasure gardens in the 1850s, including a glass factory, a vinegar works and a gin distillery. Archeological excavation of the site during building found the remains of seventeenth century glass kilns, as well as barge houses and an inn called The Vine. Evidence was also found for a river wall on the site.

SIS Building
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
85 Albert Embankment
London, SE1 7

07068664950

The SIS Building or MI6 Building at Vauxhall Cross houses the headquarters of the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS, MI6). It is located at 85 Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, a south western part of central London, United Kingdom, on the bank of the River Thames beside Vauxhall Bridge. The building has been the headquarters of the SIS since 1994.HistoryBackgroundThe SIS had previously been based at Century House, a 22-storey office block on Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, near Waterloo Station. The location of the headquarters was classified information, though the Daily Telegraph reported that it was 'London's worst-kept secret, known only to every taxi driver, tourist guide and KGB agent'. Century House was described as "irredeemably insecure" in a 1985 National Audit Office (NAO) report with security concerns raised in a survey; the building was made largely of glass, and had a petrol station at its base. Security concerns combined with the remaining short leasehold and cost of modernising the building were important factors in moving to a new headquarters.Design and constructionThe site on which the SIS building stands had been the location of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in the 19th century. Several industrial buildings were subsequently built on the site after the demolition of the pleasure gardens in the 1850s, including a glass factory, a vinegar works and a gin distillery. Archeological excavation of the site during building found the remains of seventeenth century glass kilns, as well as barge houses and an inn called The Vine. Evidence was also found for a river wall on the site.

St Saviour's, Pimlico
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
St Saviour's, St George's Square, Pimlico
London, SW1V 2

020 7834 9520

St Saviour's is an Anglo-Catholic Church of England church in Pimlico, Westminster, London, England, located at the north end of St George's Square. It was constructed in the 1860s as part of Thomas Cubitt's development of the area on behalf of the Marquess of Westminster. The church was designed by Thomas Cundy, who had previously built St Gabriel's Pimlico a short distance away. As with St Gabriel's, St Saviour's was designed in the Gothic style and built in ragstone to emphasise the contrast with the classical stucco of its secular neighbours. The church is Grade II* listed.BuildingThe foundation stone was laid on 16 June 1863 and the church was consecrated on 16 July 1864. At 170 feet (51.8m) high, the spire was at the time one of the tallest in London. At that time, the church interior looked rather bare. There were two long galleries extending from the chancel to the west end and there was no screen or pulpit, just a small brass lectern.In 1871, the present organ by Hill & Son was installed. In 1882, there was a major restoration called by a former churchwarden "the beautifying of the church": the galleries were removed, the arcade work was added to the sanctuary and the East window filled with stained glass designed by the vicar’s son (Romaine Walker) and made by Clayton Bell, representing Christ in Majesty. This work was made possible by the generosity of the parishioners (the sum of £1,500 being collected) and the supervision of the work by Romaine Walker himself. Further stained glass windows were completed after 1882 and pictures added.

St Saviour's, Pimlico
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
St Saviour's, St George's Square, Pimlico
London, SW1V 2

020 7834 9520

St Saviour's is an Anglo-Catholic Church of England church in Pimlico, Westminster, London, England, located at the north end of St George's Square. It was constructed in the 1860s as part of Thomas Cubitt's development of the area on behalf of the Marquess of Westminster. The church was designed by Thomas Cundy, who had previously built St Gabriel's Pimlico a short distance away. As with St Gabriel's, St Saviour's was designed in the Gothic style and built in ragstone to emphasise the contrast with the classical stucco of its secular neighbours. The church is Grade II* listed.BuildingThe foundation stone was laid on 16 June 1863 and the church was consecrated on 16 July 1864. At 170 feet (51.8m) high, the spire was at the time one of the tallest in London. At that time, the church interior looked rather bare. There were two long galleries extending from the chancel to the west end and there was no screen or pulpit, just a small brass lectern.In 1871, the present organ by Hill & Son was installed. In 1882, there was a major restoration called by a former churchwarden "the beautifying of the church": the galleries were removed, the arcade work was added to the sanctuary and the East window filled with stained glass designed by the vicar’s son (Romaine Walker) and made by Clayton Bell, representing Christ in Majesty. This work was made possible by the generosity of the parishioners (the sum of £1,500 being collected) and the supervision of the work by Romaine Walker himself. Further stained glass windows were completed after 1882 and pictures added.

Kennington tube station
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Kennington Tube Station
London, SE11 4

+44 (0) 20 7222 1234

Kennington is a London Underground station on Kennington Park Road in Kennington on both the Charing Cross and Bank branches of the Northern line. It is within the London Borough of Southwark. Its neighbouring stations to the north are Waterloo on the Charing Cross branch and Elephant & Castle on the Bank branch; the next station to the south is Oval. The station is in Travelcard Zone 2.HistoryThe station was opened on 18 December 1890 as part of London's first deep-level tube, the City & South London Railway (C&SLR) (now the Bank branch of the Northern line). The name 'Kennington' was adopted instead of 'Kennington Park Road' although in fact it was in the civil parish of Newington and thence became part of Southwark rather than in the Kennington part of Lambeth. The layout was originally similar to the current arrangement at Borough, with one platform (the northbound) having level access to the lift, and the other (the southbound) being one floor below it.

Houses of Parliament
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
The House of Commons
London, SW1A 0AA

+44 20 7219 3000

Embassy of Lithuania, London
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Lithuania House, 2 Bessborough Gardens, London
London, SW1V 2JE

+44 20 7486 64 01

The Embassy of Lithuania in London is the diplomatic mission of Lithuania in the United Kingdom.Originally based in Gloucester Place in Marylebone, the Embassy moved to its current location in Bessborough Gardens, Pimlico in 2011. In May 2016 Lithuania also opened a honorary consulate situated in the historic building of Ingress Abbey, Greenhithe, Kent.

Vauxhall
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
174-188 High Street South
London, SW8 2

020 7261 9479

Vauxhall is a mixed commercial and residential district of southwest London in the London Borough of Lambeth. Vauxhall formed part of Surrey until 1889 when the County of London was created.It has also given its name to the Vauxhall parliamentary constituency, which extends to include all of Stockwell and parts of Brixton and Clapham all to the south, and to the Vauxhall Motors car manufacturer, which originated in the area, and possibly also to the Russian word for a large railway station.Its economy was for more than a century until the late 20th century predominantly manual workers' homes and business premises such as works for the local railway, a former water supply works heavily contrasting with the mixed and frequently higher professional occupations of neighbouring districts, particularly Kennington and Westminster. Similar to neighbouring Battersea a riverside redevelopment conversion into residential property, three acres of parkland and an iconic government building have recharacterized its architecture and altered its economy to resemble adjoining districts, retaining affordable and social housing particularly southwest of its station close to the South Western Main Line on land which was once heavy industrial and overcrowded terraces.

Old U.S. Navy Barracks
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
54 Reedworth Street
London, SE11 4PQ

Embassy of Albania, London
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
33 St George's Drive
London, SW1V 4DG

020 7828 8897

The Embassy of Albania in London is the diplomatic mission of Albania in the United Kingdom.A protest was held outside the embassy in 2013 following the proposal to destroy the chemical weapons of Syria in Albania.

St James the Less, Pimlico
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
St James the Less, Pimlico
London, SW1V 2

St James the Less is an Anglican church in Pimlico, Westminster, built in 1858–61 by George Edmund Street in the Gothic Revival style. A grade I listed building, it has been described as "one of the finest Gothic Revival churches anywhere". The church was constructed predominately in brick with embellishments from other types of stone. Its most prominent external feature is its free-standing Italian-style tower, while its interior incorporates design themes which Street observed in medieval Gothic buildings in continental Europe.HistoryThe church was Street's first commission in London, which he took on after his widely admired work in the diocese of Oxford and at All Saints, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead, where he delivered buildings in polychromatic red brick and stone. He had also published in 1855, to considerable acclaim, his book Brick and Marble Architecture in Italy. In 1858, he was commissioned by the three daughters of Bishop Monk of Gloucester to construct a church in their father's memory in what was, at the time, an area of slums and run-down tenements in a very poor part of London. The parish was inhabited by around 31,000 people at the time. The church, which stands on land formerly owned by Westminster Abbey, was consecrated in 1861. Street also built a parish school next to the church in 1861–64, in similar style, while his son Arthur Edmund Street revisited his father's designs in 1890 to add an infants' school (now a parish hall) attached to the west end of the church.

MI5
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Vauxhall bridge
London, SW1P 4QE

The Security Service, also MI5, is the United Kingdom's domestic counter-intelligence and security agency and is part of its intelligence machinery alongside the Secret Intelligence Service, Government Communications Headquarters and Defence Intelligence . MI5 is directed by the Joint Intelligence Committee, and the service is bound by the Security Service Act 1989. The service is directed to protect British parliamentary democracy and economic interests, and counter terrorism and espionage within the UK.Within the civil service community the service is colloquially known as Box 500 .The service has had a national headquarters at Thames House on Millbank in London since 1995, drawing together personnel from a number of locations into a single HQ facility. Thames House was, until March 2013, shared with the Northern Ireland Office and is also home to the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, a subordinate organisation to the Security Service. The service has offices across the United Kingdom including an HQ in Northern Ireland.

Local Business Near The Houses Of Parliament & Big Ben - London

Kdog_Personal Training
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
john islip street
London, United Kingdom sw1p 4eb

07535015162

benefits for people of every training level, TRX Training, bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability.

Pimlico Grocery
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
70 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London, United Kingdom SW1V 2

+44 (0) 20 7828 5618

Xpert Business Development
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Xpert Business Development 4 Douglas Street
London, United Kingdom SW1P 4PB

+44 (0) 207-821-6758

Luigi Hair Stylists
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
61 Black Prince Road
London, United Kingdom SE11 5

+44 (0) 20 7735 9659

Brite Green - Sustainable Strategy
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
23 Hanover Square
London, United Kingdom W1S 1JB

0203 393 6777

Chino Latino London
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom SE1 7HG

Tonys Cafe
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
11 Chapter Street
London, United Kingdom SW1P 4

020 7630 5270

Porters
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
55 Black Prince Rd
London, United Kingdom SE11 5

020 7735 2737

Riverside Park Plaza Hotel, Embankment
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
18 Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom SE1 7TJ

020 7958 8000

Park Plaza Riverbank London
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
18 Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom SE1 7TJ

020 7958 8000

Riverbank Park Plaza Hotel X
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
18 Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom SE1 7TJ

020 7958 8000

Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Albert embankment
London, United Kingdom

Millbank Millennium Pier
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Millbank
London, United Kingdom SW1P 4RG

03432221234

London River Services is responsible for managing this pier.

Share Radio
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
22 Chapter Street
City of Westminster, United Kingdom

Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
21-24 Millbank
London, United Kingdom SW1P 4QP

9 Albert Embankment
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
9 Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom SE1 7HG

Queen's Head Cafe & Bar
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
71 Black Prince Road
London, United Kingdom SE11 6

RedRing Property Services
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
179 Lambeth Walk
London, United Kingdom SE11 6EJ

020 7735 4889

We are a family business and pride ourselves on the quality of our work and the level of service we provide to our customers

RedRing
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
179 Lambeth Walk
London, United Kingdom SE11 6EJ

0207 735 4889

London
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Albert Embankment
London, United Kingdom