Streatham Common is ancient commonland that was once part of the Manor of South Streatham, which stretched from Norwood to Tulse Hill. Under new ownership in 1883, trees were planted around the perimeter and part of the common was mowed, part allowed to become woodland. Most of the lower part was used as allotments during WWII with temporary housing erected around the perimeter. A picturesque landscape sloping from north to south, the upper edges are covered with trees, bracken, copses and gorse.
- Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts
Access contact details
Opening is unrestricted.
Rail: Streatham Common, Streatham. Bus: 50, 59, 60, 109, 118, 159, 249, 250, 333, 417
- Features & Designations
- Reference: Streatham Common
Site of Nature Conservation Importance
- Key Information
Open to the public
London Parks and Gardens Trust