Canary Wharf and Woolwich are still in the younger stages of development. Canary Wharf is only 30 years old yet it is one of the busiest, most important parts of the city. Woolwich has been regenerating now for almost a decade. Our Canary Wharf estate agents takes a look at why new residential property developments in these areas of London will make them feel more like home than ever before.

New Home Developments in Canary Wharf

Over the last 30 years Canary wharf has been developed into the pulsing business hub it has become. With commercial and retail thriving in the area it is highly successful. It is now one of the most important parts of London. But come evening when shops and business’s have closed is it still as inviting?

Rethinking and revitalising these two areas is key to making them a place people now want to call home.

People don’t just want a place to work and shop in. They want a place to call home. Canary Wharf is listening to what people want. It is about to evolve. It’s new district will be called Wood Wharf. It will be developed on a 21 acre site into a new neighbourhood that will have homes alongside retail and other amenities. Plans include affordable homes plus a primary school and a GP surgery. It is hoped that this development will go a long way to make Canary Wharf feel like home.

Crossrail Brings New Investment to Woolwich Property

Plenty of development is happening in this once-overlooked area. Since the DLR’s arrival, property prices have risen as people see the potential in everything this area has to offer.

Not only are there new residential projects but old favourites are being renovated and re-invented. Street Feast has taken over the covered market and created an on trend food market. British Land has also bought some of the town’s shops with plans to modernise them and create a more vibrant and modern community.

There is already a great feeling of community spirit in the area but it needs some bolstering and an injection of new life to give new opportunities to the people already living there and to attract new residents to call this place home. With the development of the High Street, Spray Street and the Creative Quarter this seems like a plan that will succeed.

Interested in Residential Developments in East London?

If E14 is an area you would like to purchase in, give our Canary Wharf office a call. We are at the centre point of the hot spots in new residential homes for Canary Wharf and Woolwich.

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