Strata’s Zone 1 location means you’re just minutes away from key London landmarks,
including the Thames, the South Bank, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament.
Travelling by tube, you can be in London’s financial heart in five minutes, its theatre
district in ten minutes and as far east as Canary Wharf in under twenty minutes.
Two underground lines, the Northern and Bakerloo, and 27 different bus routes link Elephant & Castle to every corner of London. Waterloo Station, with its mainline national rail services, is within walking distance, while King’s Cross Station, with international connections to Paris, Brussels and beyond, is 14 minutes away by tube.
You can even reach either Heathrow or Gatwick airport in fewer than 45 minutes with just one change from the tube to high-speed direct trains.
Elephant & Castle
With the London College of Communication on its doorstep – University of the Arts London’s largest college – Elephant & Castle is a thriving cultural and artistic hub. Infact, a variety of creative arts organisations, businesses and charities call the area home.
South Bank & London Bridge
The south side of the Thames has become a hotspot for contemporary culture, home to both the Southbank Centre with its concert hall, gallery, bars and restaurants, and the unmissable Tate Modern. Head east towards London Bridge, and you’ll encounter many of Southwark’s most important and oldest cultural landmarks, including Southwark Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Borough Market.
Leading the regeneration
Elephant & Castle is an area of central London with exceptional potential for growth. Others are already following suit but Strata remains the most distinctive and ambitious building in the area.
The London Borough of Southwark’s £1.5 billion, 170-acre plan includes the creation of a new traffic-free town centre with more green space, better cultural and leisure facilities and thousands of new homes.