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Magazine London is a new event space, the largest of its kind in the capital, with breathtaking views across the River Thames. Read on to find out how to get there – and the best places to stay in the area.



Sifted Summit takes place at:

Magazine London
11 Ordnance Crescent,

SE10 0JH

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Magazine London is located on Greenwich Peninsula close to North Greenwich tube station: offering excellent transport links from the West End, London Bridge and Canary Wharf.



   Tube & Rail

Jubilee line to North Greenwich station and a 3-minute walk.

  • 2 minutes from Canary Wharf

  • 18 minutes from Bond Street

  • 8 minutes from London Bridge (Rail)

  • 11 minutes from London Waterloo (Rail)

From the top of the escalator or lift at North Greenwich, continue straight forward to the exit in front of you through the bus station.

Train Strikes

Some National Rail services will be affected by Industry Strike Action by the ASLEF on Wednesday 5th October (on day one of Sifted Summit). 

Train services across the following companies will be affected:

  • Avanti West Coast

  • Chiltern Railways

  • CrossCountry

  • Greater Anglia

  • Great Western Railway

  • Hull Trains

  • LNER

  • London Overground

  • Northern Trains

  • Southeastern

  • TransPennine Express

  • West Midlands Trains

For the latest travel updates please visit:
National Rail


TFL tube services are not scheduled to be affected. We highly advise you to check your travel arrangements in advance and plan out your journey to the event.

   Bus

Numbers 129, 161, 188, 422 and 486 stop near the venue.
Buses 108, 132, 188, 286 and 472 also run a 24hr service.

   Boat

Regular service from Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and other piers.
Alight at North Greenwich Pier and a 9-minute walk.

   Bike

There are bike racks available should you wish to cycle to the venue.

   Car Parking

There is no on-site guest parking available at the venue and we encourage attendees to make use of local transport facilities.

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