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As you come out of Fulham Broadway station, cross the road into Harwood Road. At the end of Harwood Road turn right into King's Road. Take the first left into Bagley's Lane, which leads into Imperial Road. At the end of the road there is a roundabout - turn right and you will be on Townmead Road. The Marketing Suite is the last entrance to the site on the left. Look out for the flags!
For those driving West, travelling down King's Road, you will pass the Christopher Wray Lighting Centre. Continue to the Tesco 'Metro' petrol station. Turn left into Edith Grove and at the roundabout go straight on into Harwood Terrace. At the end of this road turn left into Imperial Road. At the end of Imperial Road there is a roundabout. Turn right and you will be on Townmead Road.
For those coming from south of the river go over Wandsworth Bridge, take the first right at the lights into Townmead Road. Travel along Townmead Road over the mini-roundabout (Sainsbury's on your right). The site will appear on your right, after the Harbour Club.
The 391 bus from Fulham Broadway stops just outside the Marketing Suite.
Despite its tranquil riverside location, transport links from Imperial Wharf are impressive.
Imperial Wharf railway station is now open, providing a direct link from Imperial Wharf to Britain's busiest rail interchange, Clapham Junction, to the South and Willesden Junction in the North. From Clapham Junction, a high frequency of services run from London Victoria and Waterloo through to Brighton, Gatwick and many destinations in the South West of England. Change at West Brompton for the District Line, providing easy access to the entire London underground network.
By underground, the West End and the City are only half an hour's ride away and Docklands can be reached in 45 minutes. Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and London City airports are also all readily accessible via public transport or road.
You can also travel from Imperial Wharf station to the new Westfield Shopping Centre at Shepherds Bush in only 9 minutes.
Timings are approximate only - source www.tfl.gov.uk
Imperial Wharf is serviced by numerous bus routes, including the C3 route from Clapham Junction to Earl's Court (via Wandsworth Bridge, Chelsea Harbour and Lots Road), the 424 route from Putney Heath to Fulham Broadway (via Putney Bridge, Sands End and Fulham Broadway) and the 391 route from Richmond to Fulham Broadway (via Kew, Chiswick and Hammersmith).
Improved cycle paths, river buses (to Chelsea Embankment, Embankment and Blackfriars) and local taxi services also serve the development and if speed is of the essence, you can even charter a helicopter from just across the river.