Your Eco Guide To London

Photo: A Place To Heal (featured below)

A Place to Heal

A Place to Heal by Arrigo offers an escape from the fast-lane of everyday life to reflect, learn, commune and find inner calm, inspired by leading thinkers and specialist therapists. It’s a sanctuary where one can awaken their inner being… And 95% of the furniture is previously owned or up-cycled.
118B Holland Park Ave, W11 4UA

The Good Place

In the heart of Chelsea, The Good Place brings a new kind of luxury to the shopping experience, with each product telling a story that does good, for people and the planet. The Good Place team curate only the most beautiful and ethical brands from around the world, ranging from fashion and accessories to homeware and gifts, that contribute to the greater good of our environment and mankind.

61 Chelsea Manor St, Chelsea, London SW3 5RZ

Neal’s Yard

Hidden in a cosy corner of Covent Garden, Neals Yard Remedies was one of the first natural, holistic and organic, cruelty-free beauty brands in London, opening its doors in 1981. They bring the expertise of apothecary to health and beauty, creating a beautifully British brand that offers sustainable souvenirs to last you months, and in some cases years to come.

Neal’s Yard, London WC2H 9DP

The Duke of Cambridge Pub

By incorporating sustainability into resources, training as well as helping the local community, The Duke of Cambridge teamed up with organic veg box scheme Riverford to create London’s first and only organic pub. Using organic vegetables in their cooking, the pub pleads to remain independent, lower wastage and sustain a good relationship with the local community.

30 St Peter’s St, Islington, London N1 8JT

Daylesford Organic

Sit for an organic breakfast or lunch at their restaurant, with each meal produced through regenerative organic farming, sourced responsibly and produced with zero food waste. This restaurant/storefront also offers zero waste and responsibly packaged groceries, as well as sustainably made kitchenware and homeware.

208-212 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2RH
44B Pimlico Rd, Belgravia, London SW1W 8LP
76-82 Sloane Ave, Brompton Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 3DZ
6-8 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 4AU

The Keep Boutique

The Keep has been delighting socially conscious shoppers since 2013, when founder Kate Richards became disillusioned with the high street and quit her job to create a fashion destination with a difference. The result was a haven of cool amid the bustle of Brixton Village, where chic products by ‘brands with true integrity’ hang from artful indoor tree branches. With a focus on sustainable fabrics and timeless shapes, every item has a virtuous backstory – but they never skimp on style. From bamboo socks and toothbrushes to luxe Desmond & Dempsey pyjamas, you’ll find pretty things for gifting and plenty to keep your ethical lifestyle going strong.
Granville Arcade, 32 Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8PR

Spring at Somerset House

Spring at Somerset House is a restaurant on a mission: to be plastic-free by 2019.
Headed up by Skye Gyngell – the Australian chef and former Vogue food editor who won a Michelin star for Petersham Nurseries Café during her stint as its head chef – Spring eliminated plastic straws in November 2016 and is now looking into bio-degradable clingfilm alternatives, as well as ways to eradicate the use of plastic containers in the restaurant. For dining in a stunning setting – and with a clear conscience, environment-wise – Spring is worth a visit.
Somerset House, Lancaster Pl, London WC2R 1LA


Cub is not only sustainable, but also approaches dining in an entirely different way. The restaurant offers a set menu with food and drink pairings which won’t destroy the planet. The restaurant itself is its very own ecosystem, where ingredients are grown on-site to explore the effects of environment on food growth and flavour.
153 Hoxton St, Hoxton, London N1 6PJ