London Gas Museum
London, E3 3JG
The “London Gas Museum” is located on Twelve Trees Crescent in the London Borough of Newham in East London on Prologis Park East London which is a private secure industrial estate. The property is located between the A12 and A13 trunk roads providing excellent road links to and from the City of London / Canary Wharf and East via the A13 to Junction 31 of the M25 and North via the A12 to the A406 North circular which leads to the M11 and the national motorway network. Public transport connectivity is excellent with Bromley-by-Bow to the West and Canning Town to the South East. Both stations are connected by a regular bus service which stops outside the property. Star Lane DLR is also located 500 m to the East at the end of Cody Road.
The property is a detached self-contained office building with accommodation arranged over ground, first and part second floor including a large roof terrace which could be developed to provide further accommodation STP and two basement areas. The property benefits from secure car park providing 3 car parking spaces and two disabled spaces. The property was built in 1905 as part of the London Gas Works which formally occupied the area now known as Prologis East London. Many of the original Victoria features are retained within the building.