Cinzia Werner - 21 Sep 2020

To Travel… Or Not To Travel….?

We are based in the heart of London, Westminster, close to landmarks such as Big Ben, St.James Park & Buckingham Palace, tourists and Londoners alike can always be found in the vicinity of One Great George Street.

That being said – issues surrounding travel in/out and around London are always of great interest to us. We wanted to know what your thoughts are regarding this topic, especially since the pandemic began – so we conducted a survey to find out. The results gave us some interesting insights into your thoughts and plans regarding the topic.

 

  • 44% of respondents are planning to travel to London in October

  • 62% use The Tube as their primary mode of transport

  • 50% of respondents prefer to attend real-life events

 

We are looking forward to re-opening soon, and have all the measures in place to ensure your comfort and safety once you arrive with us – no matter what mode of transport – watch this video. However, if you need support or guidance on transport to our venue for yourself or others, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

One Great George Street has great transport links & we are minutes away from Westminster Underground Station, Waterloo, Victoria, and Charing Cross Station. Numerous bus routes also stop nearby & the TFL Website can be used to plan your journey to us. Reaching us by car is also possible, as parking is available nearby in Q Park Westminster. The UK government has also provided guidelines regarding travel in England, these can be read here.

Of course, if you’re not planning on heading out to the city just yet – there are still a plethora of options available should you wish to hold virtual or hybrid events; (p.s The Telford Theatre now boasts top-spec audio & visual equipment for seamless connectivity) take a look at some of our packages here.

As always, stay tuned to our social channels for the latest One Great George Street News.

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