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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Don Abaka, Owner of Abaka Hair & Beauty; a unisex hair salon specialising in afro caribbean hairstyles (dreadlocks), Windmill Row. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this i
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Tommyfield Pub & Boutique Hotel on the corner of Kennington Lane & Cleaver Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@eyevin
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows shops on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Desmond Payne, Master Distiller at the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more informatio
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the exterior of the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced. Interestingly the site was originally the home of the Hayward Brother's military pickles. The building was also twice it's current size, but was damaged in a fire & subsequently destroyed, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit,
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Imperial Court, Kennington Lane. The former home of the NAAFI (National Army And Airforces Institute) is now a smart gated period apartment block with grounds. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more i
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Don Abaka, Owner of Abaka Hair & Beauty; a unisex hair salon specialising in afro caribbean hairstyles (dreadlocks), Windmill Row. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this i
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Roots & Shoots community gardening project on Walnut Tree Walk. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine http://www.eyevin
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Roots & Shoots community gardening project on Walnut Tree Walk. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine http://www.eyevin
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows stunning townhouses on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows stunning townhouses on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Tom Clarke, Manager of Balfe's Bikes, an independent bicycle repair shop on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Tom Clarke, Manager of Balfe's Bikes, an independent bicycle repair shop on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows residential properties on Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the exterior of the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced. Interestingly the site was originally the home of the Hayward Brother's military pickles. The building was also twice it's current size, but was damaged in a fire & subsequently destroyed, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit,
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows properties on Courtenay Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows a Northern Line extention work site, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Windmill Flowers, Windmill Row. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Peshraw Stylianos, Manager of Windmill Fish & Chips, which has been a fixture in Kennington for over 20 years, Windmill Row. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image:
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows properties on Milverton Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows residential properties on Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows residential properties on Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows residential properties on Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows residential properties on Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Desmond Payne, Master Distiller at the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more informatio
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Desmond Payne, Master Distiller at the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more informatio
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Desmond Payne, Master Distiller at the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more informatio
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows City & Guilds of London Arts School, Cleaver Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows beautiful period properties on Cleaver Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows beautiful period properties on Cleaver Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows beautiful period properties on Cleaver Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows beautiful period properties on Cleaver Square. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Daniel Glacken, Manager of the Tommyfield Pub & Boutique Hotel on the corner of Kennington Lane & Cleaver Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0)
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Tommyfield Pub & Boutique Hotel on the corner of Kennington Lane & Cleaver Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@eyevin
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Kennington Park. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Tommyfield Pub & Boutique Hotel on the corner of Kennington Lane & Cleaver Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@eyevin
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Sally White Cafe, Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Sally White Cafe, Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Sally White; Food Lover & Owner of Sally White Cafe, Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine http://www.
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Sally White; Food Lover & Owner of Sally White Cafe, Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine http://www.
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows shops on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows shops on Kennington Road. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Kennington Park. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the number 36 bus passing in front of the Oval Cricket Ground. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine http://www.eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Henry Fawcett School, Clayton Street. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Kennington Park. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Kennington Park. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Oval Underground Station. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows Kennington Park. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine
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Spotlight on Kennington. Picture shows the Beefeater Distillery; London's oldest gin distillery where every drop of Beefeater is produced, Montford Place. Some of London's most famous buildings can be found in Kennington, and they will soon be joined by a stunning new gallery by renowned British artist Damien Hirst. The south London neighbourhood lies only one-and-a-quarter miles from Charing Cross station and straddles the capital's Congestion Charge zone. Tall, red brick walls of the grand Lambeth Palace, home to the Archbishop of Canterbury, snake around the edge of the River Thames at Lambeth Bridge.There's the famous Kia Oval cricket ground with its landmark gasometers, and the imposing Imperial War Museum, which greets visitors with its two scary cannons. In nearby Montford Place you can sample a tot of gin at the Beefeater distillery.Soon to be added to this list is Hirst's new gallery, a giant space converted from Victorian warehouses that are bookended by new buildings. With its dramatic zigzag roof line, the gallery takes up an entire block on Newport Street.Designed by architects Caruso St John, who were responsible for the recent revamp at Tate Britain, the gallery will display Hirst's own collection of more than 2,000 artworks, from artists as diverse as Francis Bacon, Jeff Koons, Banksy and Pablo Picasso. There will also be a restaurant and a shop.This new addition is a big marker to the rebirth of Kennington, which has for too long been regarded as a road to somewhere. That is an unfair reflection, says Nigel Field from the local Winkworth estate agents.There is a lively community who live in the hidden garden squares and hold an annual fete in pretty Cleaver Square, and an annual flower show in the church hall. With local spirit, Winkworth supports the charity Change Up that helps former offenders get back into work. ? Daniel Lynch / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0
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