THE LONDON
BOROUGH
OF SLOUGH

With its fast track to the heart of London, Slough is just as well connected to the capital as many of the city’s boroughs.

13 mins

TRAIN JOURNEY FROM PADDINGTON

Up to 14 trains an hour at peak times

6 mins

TO JUNCTION 6 OF THE M4

(1 mile)

17 mins

DRIVE TO HEATHROW AIRPORT

(8 miles)

12

ELIZABETH LINE TRAINS PER HOUR

From 2019

6 mins

DIRECT TRAIN TO WINDSOR

41 mins

DIRECT TRAIN TO OXFORD

A well trodden route

Slough provides fast and frequent mainline trains (up to six an hour) that will get you directly into London Paddington station in just 17 minutes.

Capital connections

From 2019 the arrival of the Elizabeth Line will connect Slough to the London Underground network with services directly into the West End and City.

Elizabeth Line (from 2019)
Maidenhead9 minutes
Heathrow Central17 minutes
Reading21 minutes
Paddington28 minutes
Bond Street32 minutes
Tottenham Court Road34 minutes
Farringdon37 minutes
Liverpool Street39 minutes
Canary Wharf46 minutes
National Rail
Windsor6 minutes
Maidenhead7 minutes
Hayes & Harlington11 minutes
Paddington13 minutes
Reading14 minutes
Ealing Broadway19 minutes
Oxford41 minutes
Bristol94 minutes
Birmingham132 minutes
Travel by car
Central London29 miles
Heathrow Airport8 miles
M4 (J6)1 miles
M25 (J15)5 miles
M40 (J1A)5 miles
M3 (J2)10 miles
M1 (J6A)22 miles
Oxford45 miles
Bristol97 miles

* Direct time from Slough via the Elizabeth Line
Sources: crossrail.co.uk / nationalrail.co.uk / maps.google.co.uk

The transforming effect of the Elizabeth Line is shifting the centre of Slough towards the station.

The Porter Building, along with an additional 500,000 sq ft of new office and residential developments, is being delivered with a wealth of built-in amenities.

What’s more, it is creating new and vibrant public spaces. The central walkway allows for natural flow between the train station and The Curve (Slough’s newest architectural landmark), as well as the Observatory Shopping Centre.

The Porter Building Cafés / Restaurants

The Porter Building will host two food retailers on the ground floor, with tables and chairs spilling out onto the pavement opposite the station.

Office Development

The development will deliver two office buildings, each offering food and beverage retailers on the ground level, as well as landscaping of the public realm pathway between the station and The Curve.

Slough Bus Station

Newly developed, the station provides yet another lively transport hub for the town.

The Curve

The Curve is a new performance venue, library and café that provides the centre piece to the ‘Heart of Slough’, a £400m redevelopment plan for the town centre.

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