Rent a home in Lewisham’s newest neighbourhood and feel truly connected. Located in Zone 2/3 you’re just a few minutes from London Bridge and Charing Cross stations giving you the best of city living.
Escape with your head in the clouds on the 16th-floor rooftop terrace or take the dog for a walk amongst the cherry blossom in Lewisham Park. You can delve even deeper into nature at nearby Blackheath Common or Greenwich Park – and discover the world famous Greenwich Observatory. The unique Horniman Museum & Gardens is also just a short bus ride away.
Located in TfL Zone 2/3, living at Newton Place makes getting around London simple and easy. With Lewisham Station just around the corner, providing you with access to the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Thameslink and National Rail network, you’ll be in Central London in no time:
Newton Place is at the meeting point of a number of cycle routes leading both in and out of Central London. Cycle to Greenwich Park and Blackheath in under 10 minutes and London Bridge in under 30.
Newton Place is named after Ernest Newton, an award-winning influential architect whose vision shaped Lewisham in the early 1900’s. Coincidentally, he shares his surname with Sir Issac Newton, the groundbreaking scientist who helped us to understand physics and the universe we live in.
This combination of architecture and energy embodies this new and vibrant neighbourhood bringing people together with swift travel connections to Central London in less than 20 minutes.
We’re big on connectivity at Newton Place – and not just in the travel sense. We infuse the spaces we create with vibrancy by partnering with independent businesses and cultural organisations. For foodies, there are restaurants guaranteed to tickle every tastebud, or browse the nearby open market.
Live in one of our communities and unlock a host of Get Living benefits including the opportunity to meet like-minded people at resident events.
Take the first steps to renting your own home in Lewisham. Register your interest for our studios and 1-3 bedroom apartments available to rent in South London.
Choose from a studio or 1-3 bedroom apartment to rent in Lewisham. With 539 homes of different shapes and sizes to choose from, furnished or unfurnished, we are confident you’ll find the perfect place for you. You also have the freedom to decorate as standard, so you can make your new place feel even more like home.
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Lewisham is a London borough in South-East London. It neighbours the boroughs of Greenwich, Southwark and Bromley. Central Lewisham is one of 35 major centres in Greater London.
Lewisham has a diverse community and a number of cultural attractions as well as multiple parks and green spaces. Lewisham is widely considered an up-and-coming, affordable place to live. From artsy types and young professionals to families, Lewisham attracts a diverse community who in turn enrich the local area.
The borough of Lewisham is located across TfL Zones 2 & 3. The Lewisham station itself is located on the border of Zone 2 & 3.
Lewisham is accessible via the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) which terminates at Bank and via National Rail Services.
There are a number of bus routes that pass through Lewisham taking you to the nearby areas of Greenwich, Blackheath and Woolwich as well as across the city to Vauxhall, Victoria and Stratford. Find all bus routes and more travel options via the Transport for London website.
No, Lewisham is not within the congestion charge zone in London.
Lewisham is approximately 5 miles (8km) from Central London. It takes approximately 27 minutes to reach Bank from Lewisham via the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and 9 minutes via rail to reach London Bridge.
Just moments away from the high street is Lewisham Park, with mature trees providing a habitat for many birds and insects. In Spring time the cherry tree walk through the centre of the park is truly something to behold.
Hop on a bus and you can reach nearby Blackheath Common or Greenwich Park with some of the city’s best views of famous landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Gherkin and the London Eye.
Lewisham is full of independent cafés, brunch pop-ups and pocket-sized restaurants with a range of cuisines from A to Z.
Council tax in Lewisham starts from £1284.19 for 2023/24. More details are available from Lewisham Council.
Yes, Lewisham is located within the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). If your vehicle doesn’t meet the ULEZ emission standards and isn’t exempt, you need to pay a £12.50 daily charge to drive inside the zone. You can check your vehicle online.
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