Canary Wharf average salaries

Canary Wharf is a small private estate, famous for housing a considerable proportion of the U.K.’s banking and financial technology sectors. As a result, there are many questions surrounding who works there, and what they earn! One question that’s frequently asked — how much is the average Canary Wharf salary? Unsurprisingly Canary Wharf is significantly… Continue reading Canary Wharf average salaries

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South Quay Masterplan

There are plenty of new Canary Wharf buildings, and thousands of future homes in the pipeline. One key driver of the placement of new buildings across the Isle of dogs, are area masterplans. These masterplans provide a framework for areas identified for high-density new development. They guide Tower Hamlets planning, the London Mayor, and prospective… Continue reading South Quay Masterplan

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South Dock bridge — Canary Wharf’s new footbridge

The Canary Wharf estate has quite literally been reclaimed from the water. While transport links have improved massively — pedestrian links north and south to the estate have fallen behind. A new bridge aims to address this, spanning across Middle Dock and helping to improve pedestrian access from the Peninsula Tower Hamlets have hired Knight… Continue reading South Dock bridge — Canary Wharf’s new footbridge

Top bubble tea in Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf has a growing selection of food and drink, with many pop-up stalls and indoor and outdoor food markets! As a truly international area a great thing about Canary Wharf is the variety of food and drink on offer — from Sushi to Steak and everything in between! Aside from traditional cafés and coffee… Continue reading Top bubble tea in Canary Wharf

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Parks near Canary Wharf

Despite London having a staggering amount of greenery — a 2011 UK National Ecosystem Assessment claimed 47% of the capital was made up of green space — any city can feel like a concrete jungle sometimes. If you’re looking for a bit of fresh air — this guide is for you! Here’s a compilation of… Continue reading Parks near Canary Wharf

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How tall is Canary Wharf?

How do we measure tall? Before looking at the tallest buildings, we first need to define what we are measuring. This is not quite as easy as you would assume — this architecture website counts at least 10 methods of working out where the top is — and hence buildings frequently have a variation of… Continue reading How tall is Canary Wharf?

A guide to Yoga in Canary Wharf

With 2021 looming and New Year’s resolutions arriving shortly, it’s that time of the year when people are considering fitness again. Yoga and Pilates have rapidly increased in popularity over the last few years — and could be a great option for anyone looking to start a new fitness regime or mix up their existing… Continue reading A guide to Yoga in Canary Wharf

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Third Space — Canary Wharf

An introduction to Third Space Canary Wharf With beginnings dating back to Soho in 2001, The Third Space — as it was then known — is a fast growing, boutique fitness and luxury gym brand. Acquired by Encore Capital in 2014 the group has undergone extensive renovation of all their gyms with their aim to… Continue reading Third Space — Canary Wharf

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Canary Wharf’s DLR station

The biggest DLR station Canary Wharf’s DLR station is a 6 track monster — the biggest on the DLR network. It has also come a long way since its opening in 1991. The DLR network has had multiple extensions and expansions — now serving 45 stations with triple-length automated trains. Passenger numbers have skyrocketed, having… Continue reading Canary Wharf’s DLR station

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Water Pavilions

Innovative design in Wood Wharf One of the nicest things about living in Canary Wharf is the sense of constant change and progression. The area has changed remarkably over the years. Yet, with major developments in the pipeline across the peninsula — alongside the new Wood Wharf area — this change continues rapidly! In the… Continue reading Water Pavilions

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Canary Wharf Connected By Light — 2021 light festival

March 2021 update: While this year’s Winter Lights Festival is now over, several lit exhibits remain as permanent art features, scattered around the Canary Wharf estate. For information on which light festival works remain, and information on the free art trail, see the Canary Wharf Art Trail Guide. With a focus on rebranding Canary Wharf… Continue reading Canary Wharf Connected By Light — 2021 light festival

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Uber Boat at Canary Wharf

Uber Boat has taken over Londons Thames Clipper ticketing – making travelling to and from Canary Wharf even more convenient. Find out what’s actually changed, and details on the new service.

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Swimming in Canary Wharf docks

Waterfront property is in. Instead of filling in the docklands to create more land for housing, you are now more likely to find developers demolishing buildings to open up access to the waterfront! Across the Isle of Dogs, developments with access to the water as a key feature are springing up: The new estate Wood… Continue reading Swimming in Canary Wharf docks

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Wood Wharf — Canary Wharf Group

Expanding upon Canary Wharf Canary Wharf is famous for being the UKs biggest financial hub, a private estate in the heart of east London.  The success of the financial center has spurned massive regeneration and large residential development across the Isle of Dogs. Yet, up until now there have been no residential offerings from the… Continue reading Wood Wharf — Canary Wharf Group

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Crossrail Place

If you have missed the last decade, Crossrail, aka the Elizabeth Line, is a completely new 73-mile railway line. It routes east to west across London, and once completed it is predicted over 200 million people will use it annually. The 60 miles of track starts further east than Stratford, and runs all the way… Continue reading Crossrail Place

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Driving to Canary Wharf

A huge proportion of people working in Canary Wharf arrive via public transport, over 85 percent according to Tower Hamlets data. Despite this, there are over 6000 parking spaces on the estate itself, and plenty more across the Isle of Dogs. In fact, for its zone 2 location, its a relatively easy part of London… Continue reading Driving to Canary Wharf

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