About Royal Eden Docks
ROYAL DOCKs E16
Royal Eden Docks offers a range of amenities, from a cinema room to a gym and pool, with homes benefitting from water and City views. Move in today and experience The Elizabeth Line's (Crossrail) reduced travel times to and from the City.
Built in 1885, the Royal Docks have been transformed. Today, they are lined with cafés and restaurants and offer an abundance of sporting activities, all within 10 minutes from the City.
To discover more about the Royal Docks area and Royal Eden Docks, download the brochure.
ROYAL EDEN DOCKS
This community takes its design inspiration from health and wellbeing, with ample landscaped green space at its core.
Our homes offer residents:
- 24-hour concierge; available 7 days a week, the team will receive your deliveries and represent an added form of security
- Residents' only facilities - cinema room, 15-metre swimming pool, treatment room, flexible working space
- Two private green spaces
- Rooftop running track and reflexology walkway
THE HOMES AT ROYAL DOCKS
With the exclusive release of The Botanist, the first wave of new homes at Royal Eden Docks (aptly named after the communal green space beneath it), there has never been a better time to discover this development.
”A fresh wave of Royal Docks property breathes new life into the eastern corner of the Capital”:
- Royal Eden Docks apartments benefit from views of Royal Victoria Dock and Canary Wharf
- Open-plan living space with full-height windows
- Glazed doors onto balconies and terraces, bringing nature to your door
- SMEG appliances and USB points in kitchens
- The interior design was inspired by breathing natural life into the heart of an urban city, combining clean, simple lines with neutral tones
THE ROYAL DOCKS LOCATION
The Docklands is an exciting and constantly developing area of London, undergoing thoughtful regeneration. Find out more about the Royal Docks London area below:
Already on your doorstep at Royal Eden Docks:
- Get to work in Canary Wharf in 3 minutes and the City in 10
- Visit London Urban Beach in summer months, only a short walk away
- Go wakeboarding, outdoor swimming, sailing or canoeing all year round
- Enjoy brunch on the waterside or cocktails on the Good Hotel London roof top terrace
- Take the Emirates cable car to see your favourite artists perform at the O2
Still to come:
- Crossrail halving commuting times to your favourite City destinations
- New bars, restaurants and arts scene just a footbridge away
- New schools, improved streets and public spaces
- 40,000 new jobs
THE HISTORY OF LONDON’S ROYAL DOCKS
Royal Victoria Dock, designed by engineer George Parker Bidder, became the world’s largest enclosed dock system and trading port.
- The water surface area amounting to almost 250 acres, equates to the size of 4,000 tennis courts.
- It was one of the first in the world to operate new hydraulic technology, and the first built to accommodate a new generation of steam ships.
- It brought goods that travelled from as far afield as Australia, including fruit, spices, tobacco and exotic animals such as elephants.
Today, you can enjoy the tranquillity that waterside living brings at Royal Docks West, away from the hustle and bustle of the City.