In the last decade, South East London has seen major growth. Families seeking more space for their money have found areas south of the Thames to offer better value, and they have seen a regeneration of the local economy and entertainment and leisure offerings. Typically, transport in and out of South East London has been limited by the fact that the area is less well-served by the Underground. The rail network picks up the slack, but getting back home to South East London after a late night in the centre can be tough. For families, though, drawn by more space and lower prices for detached and semi-detached houses and a short commute into Central London, this is hardly an issue. Iconic Greenwich is one of the area’s highlights, known for its food and antique markets as well as historical buildings and being the home of Greenwich Mean Time, but the rest of South East London has a lot to offer and should not be overlooked.