About us


To provide services, information, connections and support to make London Bridge the capital’s best managed and desirable business destination.

In November 2005, rate-paying organisations based in the London Bridge-Tower Bridge area first voted to create a Business Improvement District (BID) and pay annual contributions towards a fund used for services, projects and events that benefit businesses and employees located in the London Bridge area.

Business-led and fully independent, Team London Bridge was set up to manage the area and look after this fund.

Towards the end of the initial five year term in November 2010, eligible businesses voted to continue the BID and its services in London Bridge for another five years.

From 24th Sept to 29th Oct 2015 businesses will again have the opportunity to vote in a ballot to decide the future of the London Bridge BID. A 2016-21 BID Proposal will be available from July 2015.


Take a look at our Activity Summary 2014/15 here. Our activities can be broadly grouped under several service headings:

Responsible Business

Helping businesses with their Corporate Social Responsibility work with our Building Bridges programme as well as enhancing their environmental credentials with initiatives such as community recycling and the Smart Green Business scheme.

Safety and Security

We aim to make the London Bridge area as safe and secure as possible – and the perception of safety is just as important to us as crime statistics.

Street Scene

Providing an enhanced street scene through extra cleaning and greening initiatives, public realm upgrades and capital projects (Urban Links), improved signage and planning and development communications.

Place Marketing and Promotion

Our Place Marketing Manager works to raise the profile of the area and its businesses, both to visitors, local employees and residents, increasing trade and making the area a more vibrant, desirable place to be.

Creating Connections

We organise several networking and information events for London Bridge-based businesses every year. These range from more formal, structured events to more informal social events. We also look to join forces with other membership networks in London to offer levy-paying organisations more opportunities to meet other businesses. Click here to view our events calendar.


Organisations who are liable to pay the London Bridge BID levy are entitled to become members and vote on company issues at Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings. To download the application form click here.

Visit teamlondonbridge.co.uk for more information.