If you’re looking for a reliable, experienced cabling company in Lambeth then call ACCL. We have 25 years’ experience in all forms of data communications and are renowned for installing high speed, efficient networks for businesses of every size and nature.
ACCL will help you assess your network needs to ensure the system installed is right for your business now and into the future. Our 100% service guarantee backs up our ethos – we aren’t happy until you are.
Fast, effective communications are essential to the success of any business operating in the capital. ACCL’s head office is just 15 miles from Lambeth and we have a vast amount of experience of working in the area.
Whether your communications network needs a simple upgrade or an entire new systems installation, ACCL will design the whole process around you and your business.
From conceptual design, throughout installation and beyond, the ACCL team will be there for you. During installation our qualified engineers will work quickly and quietly to ensure minimal (if any) disruption to your company operations. A friendly and professional project manager will be there to oversee the process from beginning to end.
Existing office, new build, renovations or upgrade, as a professional cabling company, we can take care of it. Data centres, CCTV, wireless networks, telephone systems, cabling installation of all types – ACCL is the cabling company for Lambeth that can promise you quality service to the highest European and international standards.
Don’t put up with poor or intermittent network performance any longer. Get in touch with ACCL today.
We cover all Lambeth postal code areas, including: SW2, SW4, SW8, SW9, SW11, SW12, SW16, SW95
Lambeth is home to Waterloo Station, the largest railway station in Britain, and one of the busiest passenger terminals in Europe, welcoming some 88 million passengers a year. Opened on 11th July 1848 as Waterloo Bridge Station, it was designed by William Tite and was raised above marshy ground on a series of arches. In 1899 a total rebuild and construction was begun, continuing throughout World War I, until it finally reopened in 1922 with 21 Platforms. The large four-faced clock hangs in the middle of the main concourse and meeting ‘under the clock at Waterloo’ is a traditional rendezvous… don’t forget the flower in the lapel!
The oldest fig tree in Britain stands in Lambeth Palace Gardens and was believed to have been planted by Cardinal Pole in the 16th century – apparently it’s still bearing delicious fruit – yum. Lambeth Palace is the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was acquired by the archbishop around 1200. The oldest remaining part of the palace is the Early English Chapel. What is commonly called Lollard’s Tower, which was used primarily as a prison in the 17th century, dates from 1440.
During the 20th century, Lambeth also developed as a centre for London’s Afro Caribbean community. Many of the first generation of arrivals from the Caribbean settled in Brixton and the area became the home of many black community initiatives, among them The Black Theatre in Brixton founded in 1974 which was instrumental in developing black theatre in the UK.
Former Lambeth residents include model Naomi Campbell and diarist Samuel Pepys. Can you imagine what he might have written if they had ever met?