LentaSpace St. Katharine Docks and Tower Bridge

Working in St. Katharine Docks and Tower Bridge

15th June 2021

We are pleased to bring you our latest LentaSpace Location Guide, designed to give you a feel for what it’s like working in St. Katharine Docks and Tower Bridge.  We have included everything essential – how long it will take you travel to work, where to stop for coffee enroute, where to go for the best street food at lunch and where to gather with your work mates for post work drinks.

Transport Links

Transport links are amazing in the St. Katharine Docks area, with just two stops on the Underground from Liverpool St. Station, enabling you to commute direct from Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich and linking directly to London Stansted Airport.

The area is also well served by Transport for London  – so you can arrive by tube at Tower Hill (just 9 minutes’ walk from the Docks) via both the circle and district lines, or by the DLR to Tower Hill.

Bus routes serving Tower Bridge include the 15, 42, 78 and 100.

The Thames Clipper Tower pier runs direct to London Eye/Waterloo pier in a little over 20 minutes.

Great Coffee in St. Katharine Docks and Tower Bridge

Grab a coffee on the way into the office at Pumblechooks cafe, offering eat-in and take away, outdoor seating and everything from cooked breakfast to lunchtime salads.

Places for lunch

St. Katharine Docks is the only marina in central London, so where better to get away from the office and enjoy your lunch break.

A must visit is the Natural Kitchen, with their takeaway deli menu including fresh salads and smoothies.  The local Waitrose also hosts an extremely popular Sushi counter, Sushi Daily, alongside their usual takeaway sandwich offerings.

For a treat we recommend a visit to Bravas Tapas, who offer modern tweaks on the traditional Spanish snacks, perfect for sharing.

Post work drinks

If wine bars are your thing, we would like to recommend Traders Wine Bar,  tucked away in the centre of the marina, offering a great place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine  (from their extensive menu) and a charcuterie board and watch the world go by.

The Marina also boasts a beautiful reconstructed traditional 18th century inn, The Dickens Inn. The perfect place for a pint whilst watching the football, or a quiet drink on the spacious terrace with lovely views of the Marina.

We hope that this has given you some great ideas but do visit the great local knowledge website skdocks.co.uk for more suggestions.

Get in touch

If you are interested in working in St. Katharine Docks and Tower Bridge, ask us about great flexible workspace in the area – call our friendly sales team on 0207 953 8080 or find out more here: lentaspace.com/locations/st-katharine-docks