Camden produces 1% of UK’s GDP, is the third biggest centre of employment in London, and is home to the second largest knowledge economy in the UK. Situated between the City and the West End, it reaches south nearly to the Thames and extends north to include Hampstead. Camden has a vibrant mix of some of London’s most attractive residential and business districts, first-class museums and theatres and world-famous music venues.
Camden has superb transport links with excellent access to London’s Underground and overground train services and bus network. It is home to three of London’s major rail stations including the newly-refurbished St Pancras International, which puts Brussels and Paris just over two hours train ride away. The two others, King’s Cross and Euston, have express rail services to the Midlands, the North and Scotland.
Camden is growing. King’s Cross Central is a 67-acre mixed-use devevlopment, which on completion in 2020 will provide 4.9 million sq ft of offices and 500,000 sq ft of retail space. The main campus of the University of the arts is to locate nearby as will the UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation, a visionary, world-leading project.
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