Canary Wharf/Docklands

The fast developing and exciting area of Docklands has rapidly become a prolific tourist attraction, with a myriad of breathtaking new developments. With its impressive skyscrapers, amidst the Canary Wharf, Docklands has become an internationally recognised business district attracting institutional investment.   Docklands has gone through tremendous regeneration over the last twenty years, it boasts a recent revival accounting for most of London’s new build homes offering to you a convenient and modern inner city place to buy or rent in.  Docklands regeneration of its old buildings, warehouses and the Docks boasts a stylish places to live, eat and enjoy, there are beautiful riverside walks and views to seek and benefit from.  

Places of Interest
 
Museum of London Docklands
No 1 Warehouse, West India Quay, Isle of Dogs, London, E14

Billingsgate Market
Trafalgar Way, Isle of Dogs, London, E14

Reebok Sports Club
Canada Square, Isle of Dogs, London, E14

Plateau Restaurant
Canada Place, Isle of Dogs, London, E14
 
Cineworld Cinema
9-11 Hertsmere Rd, Isle of Dogs, London, E14

Canary Wharf Shopping Centre
Canada Square, Isle of Dogs, London, E14

Transport Links

Underground
Canary Wharf (Jubilee Line)

Rail
Docklands Light Railway (DLR): West India Quay, Canary Wharf, Heron Quays and South Quay stations

Road
Easy access to A2, A12, A13, North Circular and M11

River Boat
25 minutes to Savoy Pier on the Thames Clipper Boat

Bus
Numerous buses offering access to the West End and the City.
D7 TO Mile End
D8 to Isle of Dogs
277 to Highbury
135 to Liverpool Street

Local Authority

London Borough of Tower Hamlets


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