City of London Drinking Water Refill Points.

The City of London Corporation has nine drinking water refill points within the Square Mile and a programme to install a further eight refill points by the end of 2019 as part of the Plastic Free City campaign.

The drinking water refill points provide drinking water to allow everyone the opportunity to top up reusable water bottles and help reduce the need for single-use plastic water bottles.

Details of the locations are listed below and you can find them on the link to google maps on the resources page. We have also listed them on the national Refill app where you will also find outlets in the Square Mile that offer the opportunity to top up your reusable bottle.

Top line left to right: 60 St. Mary Axe, EC3A 8JQ, Foster Lane junction with Cheapside, EC2V 6ET, St. Pauls Gardens, EC4M 8JQ, St. Lawrence & St. Mary Magdalene Fountain, 2 Cannon Street, EC4M 6YH.

Middle line left to right: The Monument, 25 Monument Street EC3R 8BQ, Middlesex Street junction with St. Botolph Street, E1 7EX, Aldgate Square, EC3N 1AF, St. Mary-Le-Bow Churchyard, Cheapside EC2V 6AU.

Bottom line: Carter Lane Gardens, EC4V 5EY close to the City Information Centre where they sell a range of reusable bottles (pictured). As part of the installation programme we have surveyed the sites finding out about peoples drinking water habits. With thanks to Nina Swallow of Nomura (pictured) and Hannah Penn of the City of London Corporation for giving their time to ask the questions.