b'12 The Boulevard SE1Access all areasThe Boulevard is at the centre of it all, and all of London iswithin reach.From here, you can walk to practically anywhere in zone 1.The City, Covent Garden and the West End are just over a mile away across Blackfriars Bridge. The South Bank and Bankside can be reached in 15 minutes, at an easy pace. Blackfriars Road achieves the highest score in Transport for Londons accessibility rankings for proximity to public transport, and frequency of service. What that means is that the capitals incredible infrastructure and its network of rail, underground, The area is also at the centre of a dense web of bus routes, bus and boat services is on your doorstep, and at your disposal. some of which run around the clock. Cyclists can enjoy the The Tube is a quick morning dash away: a mere three-minutespeed and safety of the CS6, a dedicated cycle lane that walk to Southwark and the Jubilee line, or a 10-minute walk viaruns from Farringdon to Elephant and Castle. And if youre The Cut to Waterloo. From here, you can jump on the Waterloocommuting to Canary Wharf or off to see music at The O2,& City, Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines, or board a trainyou can board the river bus at Waterloo Pier.from the mainline station.Lastly, each resident of The Boulevard has the opportunity to take advantage of a FREE three-year car club membership with50 introductory driving credit (available on occupation, details on request).'