Royal Docks 10-year regeneration plan: hundreds of new family houses being built as part of new 3,385-home neighbourhood

London’s biggest batch of new family houses since the Eighties is being built at Royal Wharf in Docklands as part of the area's 10-year regeneration plan. 

More than three-hundred family houses are being built as part of a new 3,385-home neighbourhood at Royal Wharf in Docklands, where nearly half of the 40-acre area is designated open space for health and fitness — activities such as outdoor yoga classes will be run by an on-site leisure centre. 

As well as a new riverside promenade, garden squares and parks create a calm, safe environment for children. Royal Wharf is also getting a primary school and a DLR station that will plug residents into Crossrail.

The wider Royal Docks area will be transformed over the next decade, so this could be a chance to buy early into a district with upside, certainly one with an increasing focus on family-friendly housing and amenities.

At the moment, values are 30 per cent cheaper than homes around the river bend at Canary Wharf.

From £700,000. Call 0800 160 1200.


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