16th January 2019
An alternative commute at Trinity Walk
As we settle into the New Year and re-adjust to the daily commute, those looking for a bit of variety in their journeys are well-placed at Trinity Walk. Take a look at some of the ways our residents can travel into work…
Residents who like to do things differently might consider travelling via the Emirates Air Line, a cable car link across the River Thames operated by Transport for London. The cable car links the Greenwich Peninsula with the Royal Victoria Docks to the west of the ExCel London. A single crossing takes just five minutes.
Trinity Walk is less than a mile from the Woolwich Ferry pier where a free vehicle ferry service operates between Woolwich and North Woolwich every five to ten minutes. Two new boats will replace the previously existing 55-year-old fleet in January, making the service more reliable and providing more space and comfort for customers.
Woolwich Arsenal train station is only 0.3 miles from Trinity Walk, where you can reach Canon Street in 27 minutes, Blackfriars in 30 minutes and Charing Cross in 35 minutes. Stopping services run to all the way to St Albans and Luton. Services to Rainham, Kent stop at stations including Dartford, Gravesend and Chatham.
The DLR service runs directly to Bank Station in only 17 minutes or Stratford International in 25 mins. Either destination travels via Canning Town where you can access the Jubilee line with services to Bond Street in under 20 minutes. The Jubilee line is TFL’s newest; it is coloured silver to mark the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II.
Trains (a different sort)
Trinity Walk is also under half a mile from the Elizabeth Line, (formally referred to as Crossrail). Due to open in 2019, Woolwich Elizabeth line will provide 12 trains an hour travelling to Canary Wharf in eight minutes, Liverpool Street in 14 minutes and Bond Street in just 22 minutes.
Woolwich is well placed for drivers needing to access the motorway network. The A205 South Circular route is just half a mile from Trinity Walk, while the M25 and M20 are both around 11 miles away. Each townhouse at the development has its own designated parking space in the under-croft car park. Please note, only a very select few Apartments come with a parking allocation. Just an 8 minute taxi ride, to enjoy the history and beauty of Severndroog Castle http://www.severndroogcastle.org.uk/ which is very popular for with Trinity Walk residents.
Bus services in the immediate area are extensive, with multiple services into central London and services south as far as Crystal Palace, Orpington and Bluewater. Take the 161 to Gunner Lane taking just three minutes to enjoy the open green space at Barrack Field, one of the many areas residents at Trinity Walk enjoy visiting.
To find out more about the new homes in the current and future phases, please send us an online enquiry or call us on 0203 1318 511 / 0208 8540 588.