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HOW THE NIGHT TUBE HAS REVOLUTIONISED LONDON TRAVEL - BY RAYNE PERRY

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07/08/2017

 

In 2016, the Night Tube service launched across London, revolutionising travel for Londoners and tourists alike, on some of the most popular routes.

How The Night Tube Has Revolutionised London Travel - by Rayne Perry

For London night owls, a number of our developments are within a short distance of the Night Tube lines. With a 24-hour service, those living and working in London are able to continue their night out, without worrying about getting home safely. 

The Jubilee Line

East City Point is a short walk from Canning Town station, one of the first stations to be served by the Night Tube. Since its launch nearly a year ago, thousands have used this Jubilee Line service as a go between from home to some of the capital’s largest entertainment venues, including the O2 Arena and Wembley Stadium. Those working in the City have also benefitted, with Canary Wharf being another stop on the Night Tube service. Our GMV development is on the other end of the Jubilee Line, and further benefits from the Night Tube services into central London for both work and leisure.

East City Point and GMV both offer vibrant neighbourhoods within themselves, but with the round the clock access to London’s most popular hotspots, with such excellent connections, it’s no wonder they’re becoming such popular locations for Londoners looking for the perfect work/life balance.

The Northern Line

The Northern Line Night Tube runs through stations within walking distance of three of our developments – The Mount, St Paul’s Square and Brook Valley Gardens. Each of the tube lines intersect with the other, making it easy to get around London, at any time of the day or night. Located in Zone 5, Brook Valley Gardens offers the best of both worlds - just a short walk from High Barnet station, you’d be forgiven for forgetting you’re in a London Zone at all. Just three stops away in Zone 4, West Finchley offers residents of The Mount access to London’s most exciting districts, including Soho and Shoreditch. If you’re looking for a more dynamic pace, St Paul’s Square in Zone 2, is less than fifteen minutes from Tufnell Park and situated in Bow, is one of the liveliest parts of London’s East End. Surrounded by open green spaces, Bow offers the ideal mix of the high-flying night life London is famous for, yet with an array of peaceful parks on your doorstep.

The Night Tube has revolutionised travel across London, with access to Zones 1-5 there really is something for everyone. For more information on our developments in London and the rest of the UK, please visit our website or follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates.

Rayne Perry,
Marketing Manager,


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