Urban Logistics Hubs in London

Urban Logistics Hubs in London

A logistics hub is a site that couriers use for their day-to-day deliveries as a place to receive, sort and then send deliveries to their destination.

Do you have a commercial space to rent?

Contact us to put your unused space on our map. We will introduce you to zero emission courier companies in London and Kent.

Are you a courier?

Contact us using the form further below if you are interested in any space on the map and we will put you in touch with the owner of the space.


Why are logistics hubs important to London and South East England?

Logistics hubs play a pivotal role in fostering healthy and efficient deliveries across London. By serving as a crucial step for consolidating deliveries, they significantly reduce the number of vehicle trips and congestion. This, in turn, paves the way for last-mile deliveries to be made by electric vehicles, bikes, or on foot, thereby contributing to a significant reduction in harmful exposure to toxic air pollutants, a major health concern in our urban environment.

Cross River Partnership developed the Urban Logistics Hubs webpage as part of the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 project. We also worked with transport consultants Steer to identify potential logistics hub sites in London in this report funded by Transport for London and supported by the Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership.

Why is this map useful?

  • It is a one-stop-shop for information on potential logistics hubs in London
  • It provides opportunities for landowners to develop revenue from vacant spaces
  • It provides an opportunity to contribute to your sustainability and CSR goals by improving air quality
  • There is an opportunity to develop new business relationships and collaborate on innovative logistics projects
  • You can help improve the health of Londoners
  • You can become part of the future of zero-emission logistics

Contact us

If you are interested in a potential logistics site on the map or would like to submit a site, please fill in the contact form below and Cross River Partnership will be in touch.


+ What is a Logistics Hub? + What is a Micro Site? + What are examples of hubs in practise? + How do I submit a site to the map? + How do I find out more about a space on the map?

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The Potential for Urban Logistics Hub in Central London

A Cross River Partnership report published in December 2020 which identified potential sites for urban logistics hubs in central London and developed an understanding of the market demand for such facilities.

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Freight Noise Management in Urban Environments

A Cross River Partnership report published in December 2020, identifying potential sites for Urban Logistics Hubs in central London and developing an understanding of the market demand for such facilities.

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Decarbonising Transport A Better, Greener Britain, Department for Transport (2021) → UK Transport Vision 2050: investing in the future of mobility, Innovate UK (2021) → Position Statement on Last Mile Logistics, UK Government (2020) → Worth the Weight: Making London’s deliveries greener and smarter, Centre for London (2021) → Highways and Footways Accessibility Guidelines, Cross River Partnership (2022) → Electric Vehicle Rapid Charging Hubs: Guidance for Local Authorities and Landowners, Cross River Partnership (2021) → The Lived Experience of Our Streets A People First Vision for London’s Streets, Cross River Partnership (2021) → The London Plan, Greater London Authority (2021) → The Potential for Urban Logistics Hubs in Central London, Cross River Partnership (2020) → Cycle Freight Study, Transport for London (2018) → London Freight Feasibility Study, Transport for London (2019) → Innovative Approaches in City Logistics Inner-city Night Delivery, The European Commission → Cycle Freight Study, Transport for London (2018) → Freight & Servicing Action Plan, Transport for London (2019) → Mayor’s Transport Strategy, Transport for London (2018) → Mayor’s Environment Strategy, Greater London Authority (2018) → Better Delivery: The Challenge for Freight, National Infrastructure Commission (2019) → National Planning Policy Framework, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (2019) → Planning Practice Guidance on Housing and Economic Needs Assessment, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (2019) → Freight & Servicing Strategy, West End Partnership (WEP) (2018) → Camden Local Plan, London Borough of Camden (2017) → Transport Strategy, City of London (2019) → Lambeth Transport Strategy, London Borough of Lambeth (2019) → New Southwark Plan, London Borough of Southwark (2020) → Local Implementation Plan (ILP), London Borough of Wandsworth (2019) → Westminster City Plan 2019 - 2040, Westminster City Council (2019) →

Our Partners

The Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership (CLSRTP) is a collective of senior transport officers and directors from ten London boroughs who provide strategic advice for, and on behalf of, Transport for London (TfL). The partnership, which has been active since 2009, acts as a trusted impartial forum for the boroughs to share experiences and enable collaboration on key sub-regional transport priorities, delivering projects, innovative pilots and trials, forward-thinking research and strategies. The map has also been developed by the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 project, which supports 26 public and private project partners to reduce pollution by ambitious, clean air freight interventions in London.

The CLSRTP partners are:

City of London

London Borough of Camden

London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Islington

London Borough of Lambeth

London Borough of Lewisham

London Borough of Southwark

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

City of Westminster

London Borough of Wandsworth

Transport for London