Why Bow?

Investor confidence heads east

Three Waters sits within London’s fastest-growing area. Over half of the Capital’s population now live east of Tower Bridge. East London is a beacon for the most ambitious City workers, creatives and entrepreneurs, all demanding competitively-priced homes with rapid journey times. London’s shifting epicentre makes for strong capital growth prospects.

With relocation comes regeneration

Bow Creek, Stratford and the nearby East Bank are magnets for investment. Just some of the reasons why 35% house price growth is anticipated in this area by 2021. The raised garden, roof terrace and private balconies are crafted to give you views of the water. River vistas have been reported to add 24% to the value of a property, while canalside homes gain an average of 18%.


In nearby Stratford property prices have risen by 82% in the last five years alone.


In Bromley-by-Bow house prices have outperformed the wider Tower Hamlets market during the past decade, climbing 67%, compared to 54% for the borough


In neighbouring West Ham property values are set to rise more than 35% by 2021

Where public and private finance converge, smart property buyers follow. TfL, Tower Hamlets Council and the London Legacy Development Corporation are investing over £9m to upgrade the area’s transport infrastructure. Tower Hamlets Council is creating a new district centre that will bring new shops, offices, a hotel, a school and riverside park space. 

Now, creating opportunity out of the optimism, Mount Anvil and Peabody have invested in E3. It all adds up to a great investment in a borough that’s burgeoning as well as buzzing.

Easy access to the City

Easy access to the City


The Tube and DLR are in walking distance, taking you to the latest restaurant or bar, to the can’t-miss-it lecture, to the must-see screening, or to catch that plane. Get to the City and Canary Wharf in as little as 12 minutes. 

The District line is a key thoroughfare, connecting soon-to-be upgraded Bromley-by-Bow Station with the heart of East London and running all the way to the suburban west. At Three Waters, you can enjoy your city as much as your neighbourhood.

World-class universities. Outstanding schools. Some of tomorrow’s biggest education facilities.
Three Waters puts landmark learning on your doorstep.

Established in 1826 as London’s first university, University College London (UCL) opens its new campus here in 2021. It’ll be home to 4,000 of tomorrow’s leaders in robotics and smart technologies.

UAL’s London College of Fashion will unite 6,500 students into one new campus, embedding them “within East London’s distinctive fashion ecology”, according to the UAL vice-chancellor.

These stand-out schools are right on your doorstep at Three Waters.

Regeneration ripples around Three Waters. Moments away in Stratford, the £12bn legacy of London 2012 has delivered some of the Capital’s biggest property increases. House prices have risen by 82% in the last five years alone. The Mayor of London’s £1.1bn vision for the East Bank has encouraged world famous cultural and educational brands to the area. 

More than 10,500 students will follow. That next generation of London talent will rent homes in this area, which means that if letting out your Three Waters property is right for you, you stand to benefit from a forecasted 13% growth in rental yield in the Capital between now and 2022.