The Design District is at the heart of Greenwich Peninsula, a new type of London.

On the Peninsula a new place is inventing itself. Home to a whole new London community. In five years’ time that community will triple. In ten, it will be the capital’s most boldly modern cultural landscape.


15,000 new homes. 13,000 new jobs. 7 new neighbourhoods. A Calatrava masterpiece. A leading design school. A Design District. A walkway in the sky. All wrapped by the river Thames.

Here, creativity is both starting point and end goal. It’s this attitude, the scale of the Peninsula and the ambition of its founders that make the Design District possible. The endlessly creative spirit of our city leads the way. To a new era and a new London.


Transport Links

Surrounded by 1.6 miles of river on three sides, with tube, bus, boat and cable car links.



The closest tube station is North Greenwich (30 metres). On the 24-hour Jubilee line, it gets you to London Bridge in 8 minutes and Waterloo in 11 minutes.

Canary Wharf 2 mins
London Bridge 8 mins
Waterloo 11 mins
Westminster 13 mins
Green Park 15 mins
Bond Street 17 mins


From Canary Wharf
Bank 10 mins
Statford 13 mins
London City Airport 17 mins

CROSSRAIL (Opens 2018)

From Canary Wharf
Liverpool street 6 mins
Stratford City Int 9 mins
Tottenham Court Rd 14 mins


Cable Car

Emirates Air Line Cable Car, connecting the Design District to the Royal Docks (near ExCel London) and the DLR in 7 minutes.


North Greenwich bus station is a major hub providing direct links across the city.



Travel along the Thames to Tate Modern, Tate Britain or Putney.

See ThamesClipper