London Medway Commercial Park

Travel Guide

Goodman is committed in promoting more sustainable forms of transport to the customers, staff and visitors of London Medway Commercial Park.

Reduce C02

Transport is a significant source of CO2 emissions and contributor to climate change. By choosing to travel more sustainably we can reduce our carbon footprint and make a difference.

Get Fit

Active travel such as walking and cycling can be a great way to build exercise into your day.

Save Money

Travelling by sustainable means can also save you money!

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How to Get Here


London Medway Commercial Park is situated at Hoo to the north of the Medway conurbation (Chatham / Gillingham / Rochester). The site benefits from a swift duelled A228 / A289 access to the M2 and provides excellent opportunities to walk, cycle and utilise bus and rail.

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Why cycle to work

Cycling can save money and time, is environmentally friendly, and keeps you fit and healthy.

  • You can cycle around 12 miles in an hour at a leisurely pace
  • By cycling to work you will be saving money on petrol or train fares
  • Improve your fitness and weight control
  • Cycling helps to reduce road traffic pollution, noise and its emission free
  • Cycling can make you feel happier by increasing your serotonin levels
  • Cycling takes you from door to door

Cycling facilities

Covered cycle parking and showers/changing facilities will be provided at London Medway Commercial Park. Please consult the site plan for each development on the park.

Haven’t got a bike?

Cycle to work scheme

"Look out for a brand new bike in your next pay packet"

Ask your employer about a new way to get to work quickly, get fitter and save money. Occupiers at London Medway Commercial Park are encouraged to sign up to the cycle to work scheme and to encourage their employees to partake.

More cycle to work information can be found here:

Route finder’s

Haven’t got a bicycle?

Buying a bike is easy, visit your local bike shop or buy online:

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Why walk to work

Walking is one of the simplest and cheapest ways to keep fit. There is no need for special equipment, just a supportive pair of shoes and you can start walking slowly and build up gradually.

Walking can:

  • Make you feel good
  • Give you more energy
  • Reduce stress and help you sleep better
  • Keep your heart 'strong' and reduce blood pressure
  • Help to manage your weight

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Take the bus to London Medway Commercial Park

Buses are great way to get around without having to jump into your car. Using buses over cars can have a huge environmental impact and save you money.


Operator - Arriva Bus

The network is operated by Arriva and real time passenger information is available by text, on a smartphone app and on the internet.

Take the train +

To and from Rochester / Strood

Trains are renowned as being one of the most sustainable forms of transport and Strood and Rochester have great links to London and many of the major cities.

Regular services operate between London and Strood/Rochester with the St Pancras service taking only 31 minutes. Trains also operate from Victoria and London Waterloo East. Connections into Kent are also rapid with Ebbsfleet International being 14 minutes away.


Need some more information?

Here are some useful links:

When in London the sites below will assist you in planning your journey.

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Travel by Car - ME3 9ND

Car Parking will be provided for all occupiers of London Medway Commercial Park with disabled spaces and electric car charging points.

Car Parking Permits are not required but please do not park on the estate roads and yellow lines.

Plan your journey with:


Car Sharing - Why not save money and share your journey?

Travelling by car with other people is an easy way to cut your CO2 emissions and save money at the same time. Setting up informal arrangements with family, friends and colleagues are good ways to start car sharing.

If you would like to find out more and see how you can start car sharing, please click the links below.


Cycling Tips

  • Use the extensive cycle routes provided.
  • Goodman recommends always wearing a correctly fitted cycle helmet, which is securely fastened and conforms to current regulations.
  • When on the road, ride positively, decisively and well clear of the kerb - look and signal to show drivers what you plan to do and make eye contact where possible so you know drivers have seen you.
  • Avoid riding up the inside of large vehicles, like lorries or buses, where you might not be seen.
  • Always use lights after dark or when visibility is poor.
  • Wearing light coloured or reflective clothing during the day and reflective clothing and/or accessories in the dark increases your visibility.
  • Follow the Highway Code including observing 'stop' and 'give way' signs at all junctions and pedestrian crossings and traffic lights.

Staying Safe Tips

  • Walk on paths separated from traffic whenever possible.
  • Don't wear headphones.
  • Carry a mobile phone.