Audience
We Are Waterloo and South Bank BIDs hosted a briefing for businesses to discuss the impact of the EU Referendum result
37 local businesses from the Waterloo and South Bank BID areas gathered at the Union Jack Club for an informative event discussing the impact of the UK leaving the EU. Dr Swati Dhingra, professor of economics at LSE, examined the possible financial effects of Brexit on SMEs and micro-businesses. It was apparent that...
We Are Waterloo joined forces with the Lambeth BIDs this weekend at the Lambeth Country Show
We attended Lambeth Country Show last weekend alongside the South Bank and Clapham BIDs at a stall representing all 8 Lambeth BIDs.  We were there to inform Lambeth locals, as well as visitors to the Fair what a BID does, and how it is run. We wanted to promote what is taking place in Waterloo, and let people know what...
Inclusive Employers
Inclusive Employers are the UK's first and leading membership organisation for employers in all sectors looking to build inclusive workplaces.
At Inclusive Employers, they provide bespoke initiatives to help build inclusive cultures, which includes: Membership Consultancy sessions Training packages Membership Inclusive Employers have created the resources and networks to support you in developing your...
Traffic
Has your business considered consolidating your deliveries?
As well as benefits to you as a business with fewer deliveries and reduced congestion, there is also a vital contribution to be made in terms of improving London’s air quality. Air quality in London continues to exceed objective limit values and causes the health of our residents and visitors to suffer as a result. The main source of air pollution is road traffic; with...
London Vegetable Orchestra performance
London Vegetable Orchestra performance
#WaterlooFoodFestival kicked off with a street party along Lower Marsh
With over 30 food stalls, live DJs and bands, the London Vegetable Orchestra, a pesto-making workshop, a maki-rolling contest, House of Vans t-shirt printing and much more, there was something for everyone at last night's launch for Waterloo Food Festival. Lower Marsh was filled with over 1500 street party revellers and families making...
Floral ride
Look out for a moving garden on the streets of Lambeth as two floral rides pedal to the popular Lambeth Country Show between 11.30am and 1pm on Sunday 17th July
Better still, decorate your bike with locally grown flowers or plants and join in one of the rides from the north or south of the borough!  One ride will set off from Lower Marsh at 11.30am via Myatt’s Fields and Loughborough Junction to the Show at Brockwell...
Map
London’s first Quietway route, a continuous sign-posted route linking Greenwich and Waterloo by quieter backstreet roads, is now open.
The route passes through four London boroughs (Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and the Royal Borough of Greenwich) and includes more than 2km of traffic-free paths for cyclists and improved pedestrian facilities throughout. Pedestrians will benefit from new or improved crossing facilities and wider...
urbanest
WeAreWaterloo is developing a new workspace for businesses in the architecture and built environment sector.
Based at 203 Westminster Bridge Road, in the new urbanest building, the facility will provide affordable office space and business support for new firms in a co-working space. The workspace will host businesses from all areas of the sector – from planners and architects, to engineers, fit-out specialists and landscape...
Wiles Greenworld
Already used by a number of businesses within the Waterloo area, Wiles Greenworld are a business supplies company with a uniquely environmental focus, voted 2nd greenest company in the UK by the Sunday Times.
It offers stationery, greening your stationery purchases, studio products, printing, furniture, food and drink including serviced coffee machines and alcohol, archiving, fully-serviced production printers through to a full...
Recycling
With the start of a new BID term, WeAreWaterloo are now in the process of re-tendering the contract for our waste and recycling service.
The service, available to all levy-paying businesses within the WeAreWaterloo Business Improvement District boundary, has been a flagship scheme for the BID since we started. Huge savings have been made by many of our members through the scheme, and is therefore very well valued. The joint contract...
Anytime Fitness
If you are a WeAreWaterloo member business you can take advantage of this great offer with Anytime Fitness on Westminster Bridge Road. Enjoy 20% of membership when you sign up for 1 year.
The offer: 20% off each month (£39.99)* You will also receive: Free personal trainer session Free personalised program for 8-12 weeks Free health assessment All you need to do visit the website and enter the...
Lambeth North
Lambeth North tube station is proposed to be closed until early next year as part of planned essential works to replace the two lifts, installed in 1988 and therefore approaching the end of their operational life.
In order to facilitate the replacement of the two lifts, it is proposed to close the Lambeth North Tube station from July 2016 until early 2017. London Underground will be working as quickly as possible to replace the...
Ian Allan Books
Celebrating 6 months of knitting our high streets together with an exhibition this April.
WeKnitWaterloo has been an ambitious project aimed at symbolically reconnecting our area’s old “High Street” of Lower Marsh and The Cut. Using the power of wool and their own imagination, locals and visitors to the area were invited to create one or more knitted panels for a shop window or windows along the two streets. Over the...
Employ Se1
2016 is underway and EmploySE1 has already placed a number of candidates into jobs for member businesses.
SE1 has been running for four years (with the help of four Business Improvement Districts) and over 300 businesses have used the service so far. “We have successfully recruited candidates over the last four years and we are now looking to improve the experience for employers.” “So far we have advertised over 2000...
Imperial War Museum
A presentation of the renewed business plan at the Imperial War Museum.
On Thursday 14th January over 140 members of the WeAreWaterloo BID gathered at the Imperial War Museum for an important event in the WeAreWaterloo annual calendar. The purpose of the event was to introduction the renewed BID 5-year business plan to members, outline recent successes and focus on key areas of activity planned for the...

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