One New Change

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One New Change
Aerial view of One New Change

This new development, a short stroll away from St Paul's Cathedral, is a sprawling shopping mall featuring a warren of high street retailers, office buildings and restaurants.


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020 7246 2580/

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020 7236 8359/

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020 3302 2238/


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020 7236 4449/


Venue name: One New Change
Address: New Change Rd
Opening hours: Opening hours vary between venues
Transport: Tube: St Paul's or Mansion House tube, Bank tube/DLR or bus 4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 172, 242, 521
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A shopping centre where the shopping comes secondary; this is due to the amazing views from the top floor. Views that don't come at a price either. The shops themselves are alright, I often drop in for an emergency Topshop or Office trip. The shops again come secondary to the architecture and high end restaurants. It's the kind of shopping centre you take your parents to.


Pretty much echoing what everyone else has said. The shops themselves are your standard high street, same with the eateries within. But the view of St Paul's and London from the top floor is incredible - and costs nothing at all! I have been told that later in the evening, you can only take the lift there if you queue up to go to the club up there, and you haven to be dressed up etc. Not a big fan of that. But I am very much in love with London and with doing things for free in this city, so I was super pleased to find out about this gem. And to be honest, there are hardly ever any people up there any time I've been up, so that's a win, too!


An ok shopping mall focused on fashion and accessories.

Jump in the lift to the top floor though. The view over London and Saint-Paul is splendid. (Bar is not worth the price however so stay on the outside terrace.)

Soso T

Pho at One New Change seems like a more Western version of Vietnamese food, but it's not half bad. I ordered the beef brisket and what arrived was not brisket in my opinion, but I was surprised by how good the pho stock was. I'm a bit of a spring roll snob so when I say the spring rolls here were good, it means they were good. Portions for the pho were on the small side though. The bowls were large but mainly full of soup rather than noodles and meat. Not bad overall, but not the best Vietnamese I've had either. One New Change is great for wheelchair users. It's accessible and has almost everything under one roof in the heart of the City. Toilets are available, but remember your RADAR key.

Sarah (kukkiiandkoppee)

A pint sized shopping centre with not much going for it except for a few shops to get last minute gifts from, being child-free, and the rooftop bar for free views of the city.


One New Change is hardly the most exciting array of shops. In fact every time I go there desperately trying to find an outfit on Friday evening or a last minute present on my lunch break I always leave bitterly disappointed or succumb to buying something a bit c**p. However, upstairs at Madison's is one of my favourite places in the city, especially when you can gaze down at St Pauls at sunset. The music is not too bad on a weeknight as well. You just have to grin and bear all the men in suits.

Martin C
Staff Writer

The City of London's efforts to turn Cheapside into a shopping and eating destination has resulted in this ominous looking (its similarities to a Stealth Bomber have been widely noted) building designed by superstar architect Jean Nouvel. It's not his best work and neither are the stores, cafés and restaurants particularly thrilling. It's high street fare in the main. However, the place does have one significant draw: the view. Take a lift to the roof and you'll get a superb view of St Paul's and beyond – as far as Crystal Palace on a clear day. And, unlike most of London's viewing platforms, it doesn't cost a thing.