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When it comes to an address the Plimsoll Building has it all – unbeatable connections and an historic, canalside setting in the middle of one of the largest and most exciting new developments in the world.

The 67 acre of King’s Cross site has been transformed into a new city neighbourhood with beautiful parks and squares, homes, shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, schools and even a university. It’s a whole new piece of London with a brand new postcode, N1C.

Get more at www.kingscross.co.uk

King's Cross map


Getting around London from the Plimsoll Building couldn’t be easier. It is just 8 minutes’ walk to King’s Cross St Pancras with six London Underground lines, two national mainline train stations and London’s only international high speed rail link. It’s the best connected transport hub in London and the UK.

International rail

London’s gateway to Europe.

St Pancras International is home to Eurostar with direct services to Paris, Brussels and Lille.

Paris › 2 hrs 15 mins
Brussels › 1 hr 51 mins
Lille › 1 hr 20 mins
Amsterdam › 4 hr 16 mins


The best connected interchange on the London Underground network.

King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria.

National rail

The country’s main transport hub.

There are two major rail termini here – King’s Cross and St Pancras. And with Euston Station just 500 metres away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.


London’s five international airports are all within one hour of King’s Cross on public transport. There are direct connections to…

48 mins via Paddington on the Heathrow Express, 1hr 7 mins direct on the Piccadilly Line.

46 mins direct on National Rail.

50 mins via Tottenham Hale on the Stansted Express.

22 mins to Luton Parkway on National Rail.