where you’re going
Four minutes’ walk from two Tube stations, three minutes to the overground train and with numerous buses: The Library Building is ideally situated for a short commute into The City and central London, or further trips beyond.
There are few places in London as well connected to the capital’s key central locations than The Library Building.
From Clapham North Tube station - one of the two Tube stations less than five minutes’ walk from The Library Building - Waterloo is only 11 minutes away, Westminster 12 minutes, Oxford Street and central London only 14 minutes. The City, via Bank Tube station, is only 14 minutes away. Clapham Junction train station, a gateway to the south of England, is only 17 minutes away by bus. Oh yes, the buses: six bus routes stop at the St Luke’s Avenue stop, just 20m from The Library Building, including the N155 night bus, running to and from central London. If you’re planning a slightly longer journey, St Pancras and the Eurostar is only 30 minutes away by Tube; Victoria station, for Gatwick Airport and elsewhere, is just under half-an-hour away by Tube, or an eight-minute train ride from Clapham High Street train station, which itself is only four minutes’ walk from The Library Building. If neither walking nor public transport are your thing, then The Library Building’s car club will help you get to where you want.