Canning Town to become a "Borough Market-style destination"

Newham council is bringing £3.7 billion of investment and up to 10,000 new homes to Canning Town.
Only a few years back, Canning Town was boycotted by a courier company because it was seen as too dangerous. Now the district is being trumpeted convincingly as a “Borough Market-style destination”.

Newham council regeneration is bringing £3.7 billion of investment and up to 10,000 new homes. At Royal Gateway (pictured) Galliard is building 336 homes on the site of a former bakery and electrical factory and will include a pedestrianised “quarter” with design studios, workshops for small businesses, retail premises and craft stalls. Call 020 7620 1500.
Rathbone Market is another Canning Town project, aiming to create a new town centre. The first phase, Vermilion — 271 homes, most in a 21-storey tower — sold out fast, triggering an early launch of phase two, Aurelia, with 165 homes, going on sale this month.

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