Getting Here by Car
There are two major roads which link Southend to the M25, the A127 and A13. From the north Southend is accessible via the A1, M11, M25 (Junction 29 – 20 miles) & A127. From the south, Southend can be reached via the M25 (Junction 30) or from the Dartford Tunnel & A13.
The Southend Pass
Open to all, the Southend Pass is an annual parking permit priced at just £8.50 per month.
With the pass, you can park from Leigh-on-Sea to Shoeburyness for up to twelve hours a day (three hours in each of our four zones). If you wish to stay in one location all day, you can simply top up and still make savings compared to the standard parking tariff. Find out more.
Getting Here by Train
There are two direct train lines which operate between London and Southend. The C2C line from Fenchurch Street to Southend Central and the Abellio Greater Anglia from Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria. The journey time on both lines is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Getting Here by Bus & Coach
There is an extensive bus network which operates around Southend. For all bus information and timetables visit Arriva or First Buses. National Express coaches run to and from Southend, journey time to central London is approximately 2 hours. For booking information and more details visit National Express.
Getting Here by Plane
Not only does Southend have it’s own airport close to the town centre, it is within an hours drive of 3 major London airports.