Good transport links
Commuting to and from the office is made easy with many superb bus services that run through Charing Cross and lead to all local London districts. There are tube connections and a major train station in the form of Charing Cross Station, which was designed by John Hawkshaw and opened in 1864.
The arches underneath Charing Cross Station were the inspiration for the song, “Underneath the Arches?. A famous wartime song sung by comedy double act Chesney Allen and Bud Flanagan.
Situated on the Strand, Charing Cross station is connected to the Charing Cross underground, which is on the Bakerloo and Northern lines.
This is a major transport hub where six routes meet. Charing Cross is connected to several pivotal London areas, such as Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross Road, the Strand, Northumberland Avenue, Whitehall, The Mall, and has roads that lead to Pall Mall.