On the doorstep of London and conveniently close to Canary Wharf, this family neighbourhood brings you much
more for less. An already thriving area of London where residents are in touch with the city but surrounded by space.

There’s a touch of Covent Garden about the choice of shops and restaurants. But with its parks, pool and play areas, this is a place to linger with friends rather than rush with the crowds.

PROXIMITY TO THE CITY

Whether it’s a morning session in The Clubhouse gym or a late afternoon trip into the West End, that 15-minute journey to work really does bring more to life.

FINE DINING

Canary Wharf is known for its restaurants with commanding dockside views. Royal Wharf is making the best of its own riverside setting with a variety of high quality spots to eat.

THAMES BARRIER PARK

The first riverside park in London for over 50 years, these gardens are the vision of Parisian landscape architect Allain Provost and Patel Taylor. Views of the iconic silver hued barrier are beyond compare.

SOVEREIGN PLACE

A market square for the 21st Century, this is where the community comes together. A place for early evening drinks with friends and leisurely Saturday afternoons shopping.

NIGHT LIFE

Whether it’s an Old Fashioned sundowner to make the most of the summer or a cosy craft beer to warm up the winter, an evening here often goes on longer than expected.

HEALTH & FITNESS

An al fresco yoga session in the park, a leisurely bike ride along the river, or serious circuits with a personal trainer in the fitness centre. In this neighbourhood it’s easy to feel good.

CANARY WHARF

The financial capital of the world provides an iconic skyline. The 97-acre site has over 105,000 people working there and is an integral part of this great city.

GROCERIES & RETAIL

Chatting to neighbours over the produce from the organic butcher and local greengrocer, before checking out that recommended boutique. The shops here are for sharing.

CLIPPER RIVER BOAT

There’s no better way to explore London’s historic river. Take a trip back in time and glimpse the future – from the Surrey Docks to the London Eye. Or use it as a novel way to get to work.

THE CLUB HOUSE

Whether splashing around with the kids in the 25m pool or triathlon training with a neighbour in the state of the art fitness centre, The Clubhouse is where the community gets fit while having fun.

ENTERTAINMENT

When it comes to nearby trips out, the possibilities really are endless. Choose from a day of learning at the National Maritime Museum followed by a show at the O2, or a blockbuster at Canary Wharf and a trip to Newham City Farm.

EDUCATION

At Royal Wharf, leisure and learning go hand in hand. Instead of scrambling for a school place then planning how to get there, here residents will drop their children off at the on site school. When they become young adults, an open day at the University of Greenwich and University of East London will open their horizons. And sitting in the heart of Olympicopolis, next to major new spaces for the V&A Museum and Sadler’s Wells, is a new campus for University College London.

PONTOON DOCK DLR

A two-minute walk from Admiralty, through the gardens of Thames Barrier Park are the DLR links of Pontoon Dock station. So whether it’s one stop to City Airport or a couple to the Jubilee line connections, everything is now nearer.

RIVERSIDE WALK

On a summer’s day, there’s a touch of the seaside about the wide expanse of the Thames here. So whether it’s a morning jog or a sunset stroll it’s easy to unwind.