St James Park Area Guide
St James’s is a central district in London in the City of Westminster, forming part of the West End. Located next to Buckingham Palace and St James’s park, the area is extremely convenient for the shows of the West End and the bright lights, clubs and restaurants of W1. Despite its central location, St James’s is peaceful and quiet with an abundance of open space and delightful side streets with hidden gems.
St James’s is traditionally known for its shirt makers, luxury perfumers and grooming. Jermyn Street, at the heart of St James’s is one of London's most historic and fashionable districts.
St James’s is also the home to Fortnum and Mason.
Regent Street contains an array of retail outlets and is one of the largest shopping streets in London. Famous for its Christmas lights, the street is very popular with tourists and locals alike.
Local Information and Property Activity
72 Rochester Row,
St James Park Local Features
St James’s has a large concentration of private galleries including the White Cube.
Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA)
London Fashion Week
St James Park Local Schools
St George's Hanover Square - CofE Primary School, South Street, London, W1K 2XH
Westminster Kingsway College - Soho Centre, Peter St, London, W1F 0HS
St James Park Transport Links
Routes 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453 all service the bus stops on Regent Street, and routes 9, 14, 19, 22, 38 on Piccadilly.
The nearest tube stations to St James's are Piccadilly Circus and Green Park, served by the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines.