London Gateway

DP World London Gateway is a major new shipping port in Stanford-le-Hope and is part of one of Europe’s largest logistics park.

Getting to London Gateway

London Gateway can be reached by cycle, rail and bus.

 

Cycle

There are a number of dedicated local cycle networks in and around Stanford-le-Hope. If you are coming from Stanford-le-Hope railway station, cycle east along Church Hill and Corringham Road for about six minutes to the roundabout, and follow the cycleway along the west side of the Port and Park main access road.

Rail

Stanford-le-Hope station on the c2c service is the closest station to the DP World London Gateway. You can cycle from the station to the port.

Bus

Bus services 100 and 200 stop on London Road, within two minutes’ walk of Stanford-le-Hope Station.

The more frequent service 100 operates via Corringham Road and the Sorrells Roundabout, which is about five minutes’ bus ride from London Gateway. The route to Basildon is via Corringham, and the journey from Stanford-le-Hope takes around half an hour.

Information on timetables and tickets can be found at First Essex.

illustration of the London Gateway landscape

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