Entering the building off the leafy avenue of trees that line Kingston Hall Road, the new entrance creates a statement from the offset. The reception area has been remodelled to provide an extensive seating area with drop down lighting, combining the corporate finishes with light industrial textures of the rough red brick.
The Drapery, Kingston has had new life breathed into it. It has been stripped back and has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment with a new design, new M&E and remodelled entrance and reception area. The building provides a unique Grade A modern office environment which has not been seen in Kingston in many years.
Get fit and active at Nuffield Health, The Gym, David Lloyd Rotunda and More Energy Fitness at Kingston University. Take a swim at the Kingfisher Leisure Centre or take to the trim track around Richmond Park for a bit more fresh air.
Take advantage of the new £30 million “Mini Holland” cycling infrastructure and commute to work on the protected cycle lanes, freewheel alongside the river to Hampton Court or around Richmond Park. Get your metal steed fettled at Cycle Exchange, Evans or Sigma Sports.
Watch the world go by with your flat white or skinny latte at the independent Local Hero, Beanberry and Mimosa or go for your standard loyalty stamp at Starbucks, Costa and Nero.
Browse to your heart’s content in John Lewis, Bentalls and M&S department stores. Get your fashion fix in Anthropologie, Topshop, Zara, Reiss and Next. Kit out the kids at Natterjacks, TK Maxx and JoJo Maman Bébé.
Breakfast is great at the Terrace Eatery, Paul and Patisserie Valerie. Grab some street food for lunch on the run in the Ancient Market or take a seat outside on the riverside and enjoy; Côte Brasserie, Busaba, and Bill’s. Celebrate something special with dinner
at The French Table, No 97 or Carluccio’s.
Take in a production in the round
at the Rose Theatre, and see the latest blockbuster movie at the Rotunda Odeon IMAX or something indie at the brand new Curzon. Have a drink beforehand at Browns, The Gazebo or The Canbury Arms. Go on an adventure and charter your own GoBoat electric picnic launch and explore the river.
It boasts a vibrant and comprehensive mix of retail, hospitality and leisure offerings by far surpassing neighbouring commercial centres, and has attracted major office occupiers such as; Saipem Ltd, Unilever, Sitel, Bausch + Lomb, Wolters Kluwer and Travel Republic.
The Go Cycle programme is also a major infrastructure transformation project designed to upgrade Kingston’s major highway routes to accommodate the latest cycling infrastructure, while improving the flow of road users, cyclists, and pedestrians, and enhancing the environments through which they travel.
|Kingston Station||5 mins|
|Cycle Exchange||5 mins|
|Surbiton Station||8 mins|
|Hampton Court||12 mins|
|Richmond Park, Kingston Gate||13 mins|
|Warren House Hote||18 mins|
Kingston is close to the M25 and 8 miles south east of Heathrow.
|M3 (Junction 1)||20 mins|
|M3 (Junction 10)||21 mins|
|Heathrow Airport||28 mins|
|Gatwick Airport||42 mins|
Kingston is one of the best connected London Boroughs due to its proximity to both Central London, with Kingston Railway Station providing regular direct services into London Waterloo in 30 minutes.
|Clapham Junction||21 mins|
Kingston benefits from a number of different bus operators responsible for bus routes which pass through Kingston.
|Hampton Court||9 mins|
|New Malden||21 mins|
|Raynes Park||22 mins|
|Richmond Upon Thames||23 mins|
|Heathrow Airport||30 mins|
|Putney Bridge||36 mins|