Cleaning Team London has been providing efficient cleaning services in SE16 Rotherhithe London for corporate clients and private owners since 1999. Our staff is fully trained and experienced of performing the job beyond our customers’ expectations, with combined efforts in the cleaning business. If you are moving out or in a rented property or you are selling your home we have the needed knowledge to carry out the job to suit your requirements.
We at Cleaning Team London have been doing it for years in London. As a result we know what Real Estate Agencies and landlords look for in an End Of Tenancy Cleaning. Our professional End Of Tenancy Cleaning teams provide 48 hours guaranteed cleaning: Pre Tenancy Cleaning , End of Tenancy Cleaning , Move In Cleaning ; Move Out Cleaning , End Of Lease Cleaning. End of tenancy cleaning does not include the cleaning of ceilings, curtains, carpets and upholstery nor does it include washing up or laundering.
Depending on your end of tenancy cleaning needs we can offer you daily, weekly, monthly, or one time cleaning. Our professional cleaners are available every day starting at 8 am and ready to satisfy all your cleaning needs. You may find our contact details here or check the page with the testimonials from our clients.
About our end of tenancy cleaning in SE16 Rotherhithe, S Bermonsey, Surrey Docks
Rotherhithe is a residential district in inner southeast London and part of the London Borough of Southwark. . It’s neighboring Deptford to the south east and Bermondsey to the west. It is situated on a peninsula on the south bank of the Thames, facing Wapping and the Isle of Dogs on the north bank, and is a part of the Docklands area.
Although the docks were closed and the scenery is replaced by modern housing and commercial facilities, the heritage of Rotherhithe and its former maritime is still quite visible. The largest surviving dock on the south bank, Greenland Dock, is the focal point for the southern part of the district, while there are many preserved wharves along the riverside at the north end of Rotherhithe. St. Mary’s Church is at the centre of the old town of Rotherhithe village, which contains numerous historic buildings including the Brunel Engine House at the south end of the Thames Tunnel.
The area is still home to a Scandinavian community that had strong trade links to Scandinavia and the Baltic region. Famous landmarks are the Finnish Church and the Norwegian Church. There are also a number of “community centres” for the Nordic community in London, including hostels, shops and cafés and even a sauna, mostly linked closely to the churches.
Rotherhithe is served by three stations. Near the river, in the north, Rotherhithe, formerly a London Underground station, has been re-built as a London Overground station along with Surrey Quays to the south. In between is Canada Water in central Rotherhithe. It connects the London Overground (formerly East London line) and the Jubilee line of the London Underground and there is also a bus station. This station is at the centre of a major regeneration project, with rapid construction of new flats. Other nearby stations are Bermondsey (also on the Jubilee line), South Bermondsey railway station to the south west, and London Bridge railway station to the west.
The riverbank is path of the Richmond to Thames Barrier. Most of the riverbank is accessible, apart from sections where warehouses and estates have established rights to the riverside. Other places of interest are Bermondsey antiques market, Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, London Dungeon, Fashion and Textile Museum, Shad Thames etc.