05/02/2021 • Development update
Here's what's happening at Royal Eden Docks
The new year has commenced with a hive of activity here in East London. The main base to the lift and the stair cores of The Courtyard and The Botonist are progressing nicely. Read more below.
Here at Royal Eden Docks, the formation of pile caps are ongoing and progressing well. The pile caps are what the ground floor will sit on. We're on schedule to complete the ground floor slabs to C1 and C2 by 15th March.
The main base to the lift and stair cores of The Courtyard and The Botonist, the first and second phases of homes here, is currently being formed.
The safety of our people and protecting the public's health in the city we love is our top priority. With the government guidance currently that construction work is able to continue, we're continuing to do so safely by adapting our sites to ensure social distancing and with weekly COVID testing on site for all team members and contractors.
Check out some time-lapse footage below of all the action on site.
Opportunity knocks at Royal Eden Docks
The Royal Docks have been dubbed “London’s second city centre” and are set to become the heartland of the new East End within a decade. Here’s why Royal Eden Docks makes for a promising investment.
What's happening in the area?
It might be a little while until you complete on your home here, but there's no harm checking out the events and activities in the area to give you a taste of what's to come… Check out some of our top picks below.
DOCK LANDS PEOPLE by Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery
Delve into stories, articles and stunning photography with Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery’s community-based project, DOCK LANDS PEOPLE. This project celebrates the diverse characters, architectural structures and heritage within the Royal Docks.More on the event
Musicity x Royal Docks by MSCTY
Love music? Love architecture? MSCTY has combined the two with this series of commissioned soundtracks which highlight the architectural and cultural heritage of the Royal Docks through the creative imagination of local artists.More on the event
This is Who We Are by Arch 468 Theatre
Grab your phone and head off on an audio adventure around the Royal Docks in this project by arts organisation Arch 468. This is Who We Are is a new and exciting audio trail which will allow you to discover five new audio dramas written by locally-based writers inspired by the landscape and heritage of the Docks.More on the event
Event photography and information provided by Royal Docks.
Hearing from our residents in 2020
While completing homes and handing over the keys to our residents is one of our favourite parts of the job, it doesn't stop there. We always want to know how people are getting on once they're settled in. Late last year we caught up with some of our residents to hear what they thought about their homes. Check out our favourite bits below!