TidyChoice is an online marketplace where you can browse, select and book fully vetted house cleaners. We offer cleaning services all over South East London.
Our booking service is simple and takes no longer than a couple of minutes. Enter your requirements, get matched with housekeepers and book.
Because you book directly online there are no cleaning agency fees so you get the best value for your money. Cleaner profiles, customer reviews and prices are completely transparent so you can book the housekeeper that is best for you.
We cover the whole of South East London including Abbey Wood, Avery Hill, Bellingham, Blackheath, Brockley, Catford, Charlton, Chinbrook, Crofton Park, Crossness, Deptford, Eltham, Evelyn, Falconwood, Greenwich, Greenwich Peninsula, Grove Park, Hither Green, Honor Oak, Horn Park, Kidbrooke, Ladywell, Lee, Lewisham, Longlands, Maze Hill, Mottingham, New Cross, New Eltham, Plumstead, Rotherhithe, Shooter's Hill, Sidcup, Thamesmead, Westcombe Park, West Heath, Woolwich
South of the River Thames, starting at the capital's vibrant region of Southbank, South East London stretches east to Greenwich and Thamesmead and then south towards Sydenham. South East London is made up of the boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lewisham and Southwark, together having a population of just over 1.3 million.
The recent revitalisation and success of South East London's rapid transformation has resulted in a big lift in the quality of life. With its mix of modern day and historical attractions, South East London is a major magnet for carefree afternoons in gorgeous riverside pubs, fascinating museums and elegant Georgian squares. Popular features include the Tate Modern and ancient Borough market.
The property market in South East London is moderately lower than many of London's other regions. The region has easy transport through the national railway and overground train stations to the rest of London. Furthermore, the area has the benefit of being less densely populated than North or West London, providing plenty of outdoor activities and scenic walks.
South East London is home to a large proportion of Edwardian terraced houses and Victorian villas, suitable for families looking for a simple neighbourhood and a property with a garden. Families moving to the area can expect a good choice of highly rated schools as well as public benefits from respected parks and sports and leisure facilities.
|Population of South East London||1,878,000|
|South East London postcodes||SE1, SE2, SE3, SE4, SE5, SE6, SE7, SE8, SE9, SE10, SE11, SE12, SE13, SE14, SE15, SE16, SE17, SE18, SE19, SE20, SE21, SE22, SE3, SE4, SE5, SE6, SE7, SE8|
|Number South East London residential homes||773,000|
|% Flats and apartments||52%|
|Underground and train stations||London Bridge, Greenwich, Lewisham, Elverson Road Deptford Bridge, Bermondsey, Canada Water, Waterloo, Oval, Southwark|
|Parks||Greenwich Park, Potters Field Park, Hyde Park, Regents Park, St. James Park|
|Notable sports teams and clubs||Charlton Football Club, Millwall Football Club|
|Notable schools||Goldsmith University, The Charter School, Walworth Academy, Dulwich College, Crawford primary school, Peckham Park primary school, Tower Bridge primary school|
|Famous residents past and present||Kate Bush (Singer/Songwriter)- Eltham, Jude Law (Actor)- Lewisham, Hugh Bonnerville (Actor)- Blackheath, Boy George (Singer/songwriter) - Greenwich|