Living here

The Royal Docks is burgeoning

Crossrail, slashing journey times across the Capital, is imminent. A £314m investment package, approved by the Mayor of London, is accelerating transformation. A growing programme of global sporting and cultural events are taking place in the water and around the Royal Docks. Smart homebuyers are spotting the last pocket of value in the thriving east — close to Canary Wharf and London City Airport, and with the timeless benefits of waterside living.

Step beyond the gates of home and explore the waterside buzz on your doorstep. Restaurants, cafés, bars, entertainment, sport and culture - the Royal Docks really does have it all

Wakeup Docklands is London's only wakeboard and paddleboard centre, and is located right on your doorstep on Royal Docks. Plus, the Emirates Air Line is a cable car between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, offering panoramic views over the River Thames, and is a must-do experience for anyone visiting the East of the city.

For food and drink options, you're spoilt for choice. The Lands End Restaurant on the Sunborn Dine, a favourite for City workers, is located on the deck of a luxurious superyacht, permanently moored at Royal Dock.

Check out the ICON Outlet at The O2 where you can shop over 60 premium fashion and lifestyle brands.

Even closer to home, the ExCeL London is an international events centre hosting over 300 events per year and has more than 20 restaurants on site. There is sure to be something on their calendar that takes your interest.

With over 650 schools within a five mile radius of Royal Eden Docks, including 259 schools within three miles, a wide range of schools are available in both the state and independent education sectors to best suit any individual child’s needs. 

This means Royal Eden Docks is a perfect base if you want to send your children to Ofsted 'Outstanding' schools or globally feted institutions like University College London.

University of East London is just 14 minutes from Royal Eden Docks. The city's most central university and one of England's oldest, King's College London, educates more than 27,000 students from 150 countries is just 28 minutes away.