Royal Wharf to become Docklands' new urban village

There will be 3,385 new homes at Royal Wharf along with a high street, school, parks, squares and its own DLR station.
Royal Wharf is set to become Docklands' biggest new neighbourhood since Canary Wharf was built more than 20 years ago. Its 3,385 homes will include family houses and developer Ballymore's "21st-century urban village" will have a high street, school, parks, squares and its own DLR station.
The first 811 homes will be ready in 2016. First-phase flats, from £235,000, were snapped up but there's another release in June. Visit royalwharf.com or call 0808 118 1987.

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