Why Canary Wharf?

Always flowing

The variety of transport available to The Bellamy’s residents is unrivalled. Canary Wharf Tube is an 8-minute walk and has regular Jubilee Line services to central London and Westminster. It’s a 7-minute walk to Heron Quay and South Quay DLR, putting south London in easy reach, while the Elizabeth Line (14-minute walk) makes going west to Bond Street and Paddington a breeze. The Thames Clipper river bus (9-minute walk) is a scenic way to reach London landmarks like the Houses of Parliament and Tate Modern, as well as Battersea Power Station to the south, Chelsea Harbour to the west and the major train stations of London Bridge and Blackfriars.

Always growing

A constantly changing roster of exhibitions, festivals and events gives Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs its reputation as a vibrant cultural hub. Look out for concerts at Crossrail Place Roof Garden, thought-provoking plays at The Space and the Summer Screens at Canada Square Park & Union Square, where you can enjoy the most exciting sporting events, championships and films all summer long. With The O2, English National Ballet and Museum of London Docklands on your doorstep, world-class entertainment is all around.

Invest in London’s future


Average rents across Canary Wharf have risen by 14.4% over the past year (2022-2023)


The population of Tower Hamlets has risen by 22.1% between 2011 and 2021


Shops, bars, restaurants, services and amenities have been developed