1 Park Place

The latest designs for One Park Place in Canary Wharf take a dramatic turn from previously accepted plans. Replacing the giant, blocky office buildings of old, Skidmore Owings and Merrill have designed a slender 200 m + residential tower. The ambitious plans involve creating a marker building in Canary Wharf, unlocking the waterfront of Middle Dock,… Continue reading 1 Park Place

2 Trafalgar Way

McDonald’s in Canary Wharf is back — well, shortly! An ambitious scheme to redevelop the 0.4 hectares, 2 Trafalgar Way site that acts as a gateway to Canary Wharf from Blackwall is finally underway. The approved plans create 3 towering skyscrapers, designed with an intricate sky bridge link leaving the two tallest towers looking like… Continue reading 2 Trafalgar Way

Glengall Quay — Millharbour

Glengall Quay is the name for an upcoming development, located between 49-59 Millharbour in the central Isle of Dogs. The development takes its name from Glengall Bridge, the bridge situated adjacent to the site that crosses Millwall Inner dock. Accepted on appeal in December 2018, the proposals involve two towers of 26 and 30-storeys, comprising… Continue reading Glengall Quay — Millharbour

Quay House Canary Wharf

Quay House — sometimes known as One South Quay — is a future waterfront development, located immediately south of the Canary Wharf estate overlooking South Dock. Previously rejected in 2014, new planning permission for the site obtained in 2020, with minor amendments currently sought before construction begins. Plans are for a 35-storey tower with a… Continue reading Quay House Canary Wharf

8 Water Street — Vertus

Vertus overview Vertus is the Canary Wharf groups rental arm specialising in build to rent (BTR) properties. These are exceptionally high-spec properties, interior designed to the same standards you would expect from the ultra-luxury new developments across the Canary Wharf area. There are currently three properties planned, located across the Canary Wharf estate. 10 George… Continue reading 8 Water Street — Vertus

Newfoundland Quay — Canary Wharf

An introduction to Newfoundland Sometimes known as ’the diamond tower’, Newfoundland Quay is a £250 million development commissioned by the Canary Wharf Group. The 58-storey tower was designed by Mayfair based, Horden Cherry Lee architects (HCLA). The tower is one of the more interesting developments for numerous reasons, namely: Newfoundland is the tallest build-to-rent building… Continue reading Newfoundland Quay — Canary Wharf

The Collective-Canary Wharf

Baltimore Wharf meets communal living The Collective was originally planned to be a normal hotel! As part of developer Galliard Homes regeneration plan for Baltimore Wharf, an area to the east of Millwall inner dock, Galliard obtained planning permission for a 21-storey building. Originally intended to be a hotel, it is adjacent to their flagship… Continue reading The Collective-Canary Wharf

Sailmakers – Harbour Central

An overview of Harbour Central Part of the £550m Harbour Central development, Sailmakers is the name given to a collection of 355 new build flats to rent in Canary Wharf. Developed by Galliard, the Harbour Central plot contains 7 buildings, with the center piece being Maine Tower, a 42-storey Art-Deco style building. In 2015 Greystar,… Continue reading Sailmakers – Harbour Central

Vertus – 10 George Street

Overview of the development 10 George Street, also known as Vertus, is the first residential development completed on the Canary Wharf groups new private estate. GRID Architects, based in Southwark, were commissioned by the Canary Wharf group to design the 37 Storey tower. It is the first of three “Build to Rent” properties commissioned by… Continue reading Vertus – 10 George Street