Located on the South Bank, London County Hall is not only one of the city’s most iconic landmarks but is also fast becoming a key hub for entertainment, culture, the creative industries, education and sustainability in the capital.
Originally opened in 1922 as the headquarters of London County Council and subsequently home to the GLC, County Hall is undoubtedly one of London’s finest buildings. Today, it attracts over 17 million visitors each year.
County Hall has also attracted an enviable roll-call of tenants from the worlds of music, television and arts. From exquisite Japanese pottery to classic pop and the latest dubstep grooves, County Hall is a vibrant centre of creativity where tradition meets the cutting edge, and where East meets West.
Today County Hall is the site of businesses and attractions, including the London Sea Life Aquarium, a permanent exhibition of works by the artist-in residence, Nasser Azam, and a Namco Station amusement arcade. County Hall is also home to the London Film Museum, Premier Inn and Marriott County Hall to name but a few, with many more amazing attractions coming soon.
South Bank Business Watch (SBBW) is a collective of commercial, cultural and public sector organisations focusing on security issues affecting the South Bank Community Security Zone.
South Bank Visitor Management Group, a unique partnership of the major organisations in the South Bank and the local authority, with a long-term commitment to improving the public realm for employees, visitors and residents alike