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When the development of Canary Wharf and Docklands began, a lot of people sneered at it. Now those sneerers are regretting it, and Canary Wharf is one of the most extraordinary development success stories of our time.

From the late 1980s Canary Wharf's development pushed Docklands property market up, and up, and up. Limehouse and Wapping have been the chief beneficiaries of the development spillover, and the regeneration hasn't just benefited those seeking to move into these areas to live and work, it's energized the communities around them. In Limehouse particularly - though cheaper than Wapping - the gentrification of the area has made a huge difference to everyone, and this is now (only a few years after being a fairly rundown and dingy area) a thriving social space.

Canary Wharf itself is of course primarily an office space, but flats and apartments - most stunning, overlooking the gorgeous and fashionable riverscape that has become one of the prides of London - are available, and are mostly snapped up with extreme speed. This is a place of enormous pay packets and high prices, and anyone living within the shadow of 1 Cabot Square is likely to be paying top dollar for their pied a terre. Hence the fact that for larger and calmer - though by no means cheap any longer - spaces, those working in the Canary Wharf area look to Limehouse and Wapping amongst other select areas.

Living and working in Canary Wharf is one of the most exciting experiences London has to offer. The area, once derided, is now accepted as a style and design icon, a new and futuristic cityscape dominating the northern shores of the Thames and challenging the older parts of the city. Dining is extremely varied and mostly excellent, shopping in the local malls features some of the best in designer names, bars are plentiful and always full of trendy, wealthy professionals, and the air of the place is one of great confidence and power.

To live in Canary Wharf takes a good deal of money and a real commitment to the high life it offers - but if you can afford the one, you will love the other.


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Area News for Canary Wharf

High demand for rental properties in prime London

High demand for rental properties in prime London

The prime rental market is London is experiencing strong demand, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 13th October, 2014

Stepney Green: A thriving mix of cultures and heritage

Stepney Green: A thriving mix of cultures and heritage

Stepney Green is a district steeped in history. It forms part of the London borough of Tower Hamlets in the East End of London.

Read Article ... Published on 6th December, 2013

Tower Bridge: Connecting thriving boroughs across London

Tower Bridge: Connecting thriving boroughs across London

Tower Bridge is a rather unusual area of London. Not only is it one of the most famous bridges in the world, it also connects two boroughs, that is, Southwark and Tower Hamlets.

Read Article ... Published on 8th November, 2013

Docklands: Dock in at your new place or it will not get put into Docklands on Net-lettings

Docklands: Dock in at your new place or it will not get put into Docklands on Net-lettings

The once much-maligned London Docklands is fast making a reputation for itself as a residential hub, as well as the centre of the UK's financial economy. Once the largest port in the world, the shipping offices and warehouses that once dominated the area have largely given way to skyscrapers and new-build houses. Huge cranes once used for unloading cargo are now motionless in their cradles, but this doesn't mean the area has lost any of the fizz and bustle it possessed while it was a shipping hub.

Read Article ... Published on 30th May, 2013

Lewisham: Family friendly city living

Lewisham: Family friendly city living

Lewisham has a wide variety of activities and amenities available to residents and visitors. It is one of the most affordable boroughs throughout London, and as a result there are large numbers of young families and young professionals in the area. The borough is a vibrant and varied place to live, which incorporates a large mix of different cultures.

Read Article ... Published on 28th June, 2013

Regents Park: Evergreen paradise

Regents Park: Evergreen paradise

Living in London doesn't have to mean tolerating the daily urban upheaval and hustle and bustle of the centre. The capital caters for all tastes and those living around Regents Park will uncover a more rural part of the city, with a thriving community and an easy-going lifestyle. Read on for details of what this gorgeous part of town has to offer - besides leafy tree-lined streets and a sense of traditional Ye Olde England.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd May, 2013

Shad Thames: Take a walk on the riverside

Shad Thames: Take a walk on the riverside

As Lou Reed famously said, 'Take a walk on the riverside'. All right, we might have misheard the lyrics to that song here at Estates IT. But if you happen to be in the market for a location close to the riverside, then boy have we got a location for you.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2013

Canary Wharf: 21st century living

Canary Wharf: 21st century living

Looking at the docks of Canary Wharf, you might find it difficult to believe that this was once the busiest port in the world. The waters are largely empty, with only the occasional off-shore visitor choosing to moor his boat up in South Quay, where the cranes once used to hoist cargo off of tankers now hang useless.

Read Article ... Published on 29th April, 2013

St John's Wood: Thank-you for the music

St John's Wood: Thank-you for the music

When it comes to living in London, you can't do much worse than St John's Wood if you're into your music history. Home to Paul McCartney's house, as well as the famous Abbey Road Studios, the area has strong ties to the entertainment industry. While thousands of superstars have passed through the doors of the hallowed building, potential residents might also be surprised to learn that celebrities tend to snap up property in the area too.

Read Article ... Published on 18th April, 2013

Marylebone: Live on London's favourite street

Marylebone: Live on London's favourite street

If you want to live somewhere bustling, cosmopolitan and extremely close to central London, you won't find a better spot than Marylebone. The district has become immensely popular with city workers, attracted by its primarily residential nature which is supplemented nicely with an eclectic mix of cafes, shops and restaurants lining the high street - which was famously voted London's favourite street in a city-wide poll. Its convenient links to Canary Wharf and the centre of town have also done it many favours with the working population of London.

Read Article ... Published on 4th April, 2013

Swiss Cottage: Cosmopolitan and classy

Swiss Cottage: Cosmopolitan and classy

Finding housing in London can be a challenging experience. While the capital's many boroughs and districts offer a wide variety of choice and all-year-round availability, you might find yourself utterly overwhelmed by what's on offer. Even once you find that potential abode that includes enough rooms and a big enough garden within that price range - which is likely to be fairly hefty in London - you might then struggle to match it to a particular school, bus route or other service necessary to your everyday life.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2013

Clapham Junction residents enjoy new Docklands connection

Clapham Junction residents enjoy new Docklands connection

Residents living near Clapham Junction in Battersea have always enjoyed great transport connections into central London, and now they will have even more travel options.

Read Article ... Published on 11th December, 2012

Rotherhithe: A commuter's dream on the river bank

Rotherhithe: A commuter's dream on the river bank

The ease with which residents can travel into central London and its main business and tourist areas, coupled with its proximity to the River Thames, makes Rotherhithe a very attractive place to live.

Read Article ... Published on 16th November, 2012

Plans for new 'urban village' in Canary Wharf

Plans for new 'urban village' in Canary Wharf

It's home to the headquarters of some of the UK's biggest companies - including HSBC, Barclays, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Thomson Reuters, and flats to rent in Canary Wharf are an excellent choice for people who work in the financial centre, or who want to enjoy an easy commute to the middle of London.

Read Article ... Published on 5th November, 2012

Crossrail to boost London property market by £5.5bn

Crossrail to boost London property market by £5.5bn

Lettings in London could receive a major boost from the Crossrail project over the next nine years as significant investment takes place along the public transport route.

Read Article ... Published on 25th October, 2012

Wapping: Maritime history on the banks of the River Thames

Wapping: Maritime history on the banks of the River Thames

There are many reasons to choose property to rent in Wapping, not least its excellent location.

Read Article ... Published on 19th October, 2012

Bermondsey: Old London meets modern living

Bermondsey: Old London meets modern living

Bermondsey is a diverse district in the south of the capital that's full of old London character and has a wide choice of properties to rent, from luxury apartments in converted warehouses to Georgian townhouses and post war terraces.

Read Article ... Published on 19th October, 2012

Isle of Dogs redevelopment up for planning approval.

Isle of Dogs redevelopment up for planning approval.

Planning permission has recently been requested for a massive redevelopment project in the region surrounding the Crossharbour DLR station on the Isle of Dogs.

Read Article ... Published on 10th October, 2012

Bow: The thriving heart of the East End

Bow: The thriving heart of the East End

Situated in the London borough of Tower Hamlets on the eastern fringe of the capital, Bow is a thriving part of the East End and a highly popular residential area.

Read Article ... Published on 12th September, 2012

City: The City of London - The bustling heart of the capital

City: The City of London - The bustling heart of the capital

One of the most important parts of the capital, holding city status in its own right and acting as a separate ceremonial county, the City of London is a popular area for financiers and legal workers.

Read Article ... Published on 30th August, 2012

Willesden: A vibrant and well connected suburb

Willesden: A vibrant and well connected suburb

There are numerous reasons to consider Willesden as a place to settle, especially if you're looking to live in a diverse part of the capital that's well connected transport-wise.

Read Article ... Published on 29th August, 2012

Isle of Dogs: Families will enjoy island life

Isle of Dogs: Families will enjoy island life

There are many reasons why the Isle of Dogs is a great place to live. The area has developed a big reputation in the 21st century, starring in films such as Batman Begins and The World Is Not Enough.

Read Article ... Published on 24th July, 2012

Waltham Forest 'best place to rent' in London

Waltham Forest 'best place to rent' in London

The property to rent in Waltham Forest is the best in London.

Read Article ... Published on 7th June, 2012

Fulham 'most popular location' for young professionals

Fulham 'most popular location' for young professionals

Fulham is the most desirable location for the UK's young aspiring urbanites.

Read Article ... Published on 28th May, 2012

Greenwich Millennium Village gets planning permission

Greenwich Millennium Village gets planning permission

Planning permission has been granted for phases three, four and five of the Greenwich Millennium Village project.

Read Article ... Published on 10th April, 2012

Tower Hamlets rallies support for city status bid

Tower Hamlets rallies support for city status bid

People occupying flats to rent in Tower Hamlets are being called upon to offer their support for a campaign by the local authority to have the borough officially recognised as a city.

Read Article ... Published on 8th December, 2011

New regeneration scheme confirmed for West Greenwich

New regeneration scheme confirmed for West Greenwich

More options could be made available to those seeking flats to rent in Greenwich thanks to a newly announced regeneration scheme worth £120 million.

Read Article ... Published on 8th November, 2011

Canary Wharf: Real City living

Canary Wharf: Real City living

Canary Wharf really is slap bang in the centre of the City. Located in E14 in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, the area is right in the heart of the country's financial district and is close to a number of great amenities and attractions.

Read Article ... Published on 28th July, 2011

Tower Hamlets bids for city status

Tower Hamlets bids for city status

People living in property to rent in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets are being urged to back a bid for the area to be given city status.

Read Article ... Published on 26th May, 2011

Tower Hamlets residents take part in Adult Learners' Week

Tower Hamlets residents take part in Adult Learners' Week

People living in property to rent in the London borough of Tower Hamlets are taking part in Adult Learners' Week.

Read Article ... Published on 17th May, 2011

Barclays bike scheme to benefit Hackney dwellers

Barclays bike scheme to benefit Hackney dwellers

Keen cyclists living in property to rent in the London borough of Hackney will soon be able to benefit from the Barclay's Cycle Hire scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 1st February, 2011

Balham

Balham

Balham is an area of south London which may well be said to fit better than some into the notion of the metropolis really being a collection of villages. That idea may be hard to sustain amid the skyscrapers of the city or Canary Wharf, or the endless Portland Stone white mews of the west end. But Balham may just have a hint of this vibe.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd December, 2010

Canary Wharf owner 'agrees' joint venture on Walkie Talkie

Canary Wharf owner 'agrees' joint venture on Walkie Talkie

Office workers looking for flats to rent in the City of London may be interested to read that a joint venture will reportedly be finalised next month.

Read Article ... Published on 9th June, 2010

LDA seeks Albert Basin partner

LDA seeks Albert Basin partner

People looking for property to rent in London are learning that part of the Royal Docks is set to become a sustainable, "high-quality" residential environment.

Read Article ... Published on 8th June, 2010

Rotherhithe: Perfect for London commuters

Rotherhithe: Perfect for London commuters

Background

Read Article ... Published on 1st June, 2010

Hotel proposals part of wider Thames Gateway plan

Hotel proposals part of wider Thames Gateway plan

Those looking for property to rent in the London borough of Barking and Dagenham may be interested to hear about a £30 million project to convert a car park into a 21-storey hotel.

Read Article ... Published on 13th May, 2010

Rathbone Market planning permission granted

Rathbone Market planning permission granted

Planning permission to build a £180 million market in Canning Town has been granted.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2010

Lee: London life on the lighter side

Lee: London life on the lighter side

Background

Read Article ... Published on 29th March, 2010

New £200 million Tower Hamlets development agreed

New £200 million Tower Hamlets development agreed

A planning application for redevelopment of part of London's east end was approved by local authorities.

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2010

Docklands: Enjoy London life on the river

Docklands: Enjoy London life on the river

Background

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2010

Greenwich: Get in the middle if things in Greenwich

Greenwich: Get in the middle if things in Greenwich

Background

Read Article ... Published on 22nd January, 2010

Crossrail construction begins

Construction on London's first new railway in a generation started on Friday, but what does it mean to residents of property in London?

Read Article ... Published on 18th May, 2009

DLR extension opens ahead of schedule

An extension of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) has been opened in the London borough of Greenwich.

Read Article ... Published on 13th January, 2009

Free training for Tower Hamlets youngsters

Young people in Tower Hamlets are to be offered a free developmental training course in order to help them find a job.

Read Article ... Published on 7th January, 2009

City of Westminster residents to see station upgrades

Work is set to begin on one of the biggest station redevelopments ever undertaken in central London.

Read Article ... Published on 6th January, 2009

Crossrail station to be built in Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets residents are set to benefit as planning permission for a Crossrail station has been improved.

Read Article ... Published on 29th December, 2008

Mayor approves Tower Hamlets redevelopment

The borough of Tower Hamlets is set to benefit from major redevelopment as plans for Canary Wharf have been approved.

Read Article ... Published on 14th November, 2008

BAA in £230 million Crossrail deal

Crossrail has agreed a £230 million funding deal with the British Airports Authority (BAA) to help develop the service.

Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2008

Canary Wharf development given go-ahead

Tower Hamlets council has given the green light to a new development at Canary Wharf.

Read Article ... Published on 10th October, 2008

City Airport boost for Newham borough

The London Borough of Newham could be set for a massive economic boost with the news of expansion to City Airport.

Read Article ... Published on 11th September, 2008

Tower Hamlets private school to attract families

The development of the London docklands' first private school is set to attract new families to the area.

Read Article ... Published on 29th August, 2008

Discount ticket booth for Brent Cross

Brent Cross shopping centre is to benefit from a new ticket booth selling discounted West End tickets.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2008

Thames Gateway project 'requires leadership'

Former deputy prime minister John Prescott has said that the Thames Gateway regeneration project requires effective leadership if it is to be a success.

Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2008

Canary Wharf set to 'go green'

The Canary Wharf Group has confirmed that it is joining forces with the mayor of London and the Clinton Climate Initiative to increase the environmental credentials of one of London's leading financial districts.

Read Article ... Published on 7th March, 2008

Docklands apartment towers prove popular

Demand for apartments in a landmark residential development close to Canary Wharf reportedly remains strong, despite the alleged property slowdown.

Read Article ... Published on 14th February, 2008

Commute is 'shorter by water'

Riverside communities in London could soon hold a higher premium for rental property-seekers and home-buyers – and not only for the views across the Thames.

Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2008

Greenwich Peninsula plans submitted

A popular corner of south-east London could soon see its appeal boosted for rental property-seekers and homebuyers.

Read Article ... Published on 6th February, 2008

Millennium Quarter taking shape

A new residential neighbourhood a stone's throw from Canary Wharf could soon be a sought-after location for rental property-seekers in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 29th January, 2008

New line 'will make Forest Hill boom-spot'

A south-east London suburb could become a rental property boom-spot, as housing experts predict strong knock-on effects from improved transport links that will help the area feel more like part of the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 21st January, 2008

Hackney 'will shine in 2008'

The east London borough of Hackney has been tipped as one of the best housing performers of 2008.

Read Article ... Published on 18th January, 2008

London City Airport expansion 'will boost SE London'

The prospective expansion of London City Airport will only bring positives to the surrounding areas of south-east London, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 17th January, 2008

Hackney top ten property hotspot: Property hotspots for 2008

property hotspots for 2008.

Read Article ... Published on 31st December, 2007

DLR stop boosts Langdon Park regeneration

A new £7.5 million station opened on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) this week will look to kick-start regeneration in an up-and-coming area of Tower Hamlets.

Read Article ... Published on 12th December, 2007


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Price Guide for Canary Wharf

Weekly From Average To
Studio £150 £320 £375
1 Bed £170 £324 £1500
2 Bed £185 £454 £1900
3 Bed £270 £732 £3500
Monthly From Average To
Studio £650 £1387 £1625
1 Bed £737 £1404 £6500
2 Bed £802 £1967 £8233
3 Bed £1170 £3172 £15167

This is only a guide to average relative rent in Canary Wharf. Expect local variations due to condition & location.

Travel Guide for Canary Wharf

Transport:
Docklands Light Rail links to District and Central Lines, Jubilee
Journey Time:
10-15 mins
Tube Zones:
2
Nearest Tube:
Jubilee, Docklands Light Railway

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