Royal Docks, E16

The green heart of a vibrant city

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Immediately east of Canary Wharf, the Royal Docks is emerging as a new hub for business and culture in London. Here, lives the green heart of a vibrant city, designed around health and wellbeing with landscaped space at its heart.

This is Royal Eden Docks.

  • 854 new homes ranging from studio to three-bedrooms

  • 3 minute walk to Custom House Station (Crossrail and DLR)

  • 5,000 sqm of landscaped garden space

  • 15% predicted rental value growth in the area, 2021–2025

  • 3 minutes to Canary Wharf and 10 minutes to the City

  • 43 schools and colleges within five kilometres (all rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted)

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We’re bringing nature back into the city

The benefits of spending time in green space is widely acknowledged to increase happiness and overall wellbeing.

The main garden squares have been designed with relaxation and recovery in mind. A central courtyard connects the arrival plaza to the concierge’s door.

A raised walkway circles the lawn, connecting sun-trapped seating areas and wildflower meadows. Up top, things get more energetic with a rooftop running track for taking your training to new heights.

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The planting at Royal Eden Docks connects the past to the present. Royal Eden Docks is festooned with the types of trees and ornamental shrub planting that would have been native to the area in a bygone era. And the apartments are all arranged to connect you to the outdoors.

Two buildings, each with their own identity, frame two garden squares. They’re linked by pathways with lush green edges offering direct routes to nearby transport. Outdoor living is at the heart of this place. A quarter of the space is dedicated to communal green areas — the equivalent of 20 tennis courts. At ground level, landscaped gardens. On the roof, a running track. Connecting you to the station, a new street.

There are balconies or terraces in every home and in most apartments. Considered layouts mean that in many homes from the moment you step through your front door there are views straight outside to nature. To bring the development's green credentials to life, light has been considered at every stage. Discreet ground-level lamps keep the area open and inviting for you to use after dark.