From London Bridge A 10 minute walk along the South Bank taking in sights such as Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast along the way.
From Tower Hill A 10 minute walk past the Tower of London and over Tower Bridge drops you right at the entrance of Courage Yard.
London Bridge Station is served by both the Northern and Jubilee lines and Tower Hill Station connects you to the District and Circle lines. Both stations are an easy walk away from Courage Yard.
London Bridge station’s overground network connects Shad Thames to much of the South East. The DLR to Tower Gateway [Tower Hill] provides links from many areas of East and South East London.
Routes that stop near Courage Yard are as follows: 42, 47, 78, 188, 381 to Tooley Street, 100 to Tower Gateway, 225 to Jamaica Road and RV1 to Tower Bridge.
With both London Bridge City Pier and Tower Pier both a short walk away, river buses are a great way to get to Courage Yard.
Courage Yard has parking spaces allocated for residents in the underground car park situated below the site. There is a public Q-Park car park on Gainsford Street (SE1 2NE) and parking meters on Lafone Street. There is a drop off point for taxis and cars where Horselydown Lane meets Shad Thames (SE1 2NJ)
Courage Yard is easily accessible by bike and there are two Santander Cycle Stations within a couple of minutes’ walk.
Courage Yard is a mixed-use development with retail, leisure, office, residential and event space located in the heart of Shad Thames. The historic site is a perfect location for pop-up activity and events in central London, promoting sustainability, wellbeing and cultivating the local community.