Filtering: Regeneration news
Keystone and GLA property secures green light for new Thameside Neighbourhood at Royal Docks
Plans for a major new Thameside neighbourhood at West Silvertown, London E16, have been approved by the Deputy Mayor for Planning at a public hearing at which it was resolved to grant planning permission for the new masterplan.
What’s next for Thames Barrier Park?
It’s a nature sanctuary, a playground, a spot to watch the barrier in action, a Green Flag award-winner and, of course, the area’s stunning gym-with-a-view. But what’s next for the Royal Docks’ largest green space?
Good Growth Fund: innovative and transformative projects to be supported through new landmark programme
The Royal Docks is one of London’s most unique locations, home to a diverse range of people and businesses, and an area with the potential to become globally recognised for its approach to urban renewal.
Join the Docks returns: Call for submissions to Join the Docks Autumn Programme is now open!
Today, the Royal Docks Team has announced applications are now open for projects to be included in its Join the Docks Autumn Programme.
Tour de Docks: get cycling with Brompton Bike Hire
Still water, broad pavements, wheels for hire, and not a car in sight — all the ingredients for a cycling holiday in Europe. Except this is Royal Victoria Dock.
Mayor launches consultation on relocating City Hall to the Royal Docks
This morning the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan announced a consultation on plans for the Greater London Authority (GLA) to move its current base of operations from London's South Bank to a potential new headquarters at The Crystal building in the Royal Docks.
Funding package for Silvertown Quays announced by Homes England
Homes England has agreed funding packages totalling £309m to accelerate construction at three major London housing developments, one of which is Silvertown Quays in the Royal Docks in Newham.
Art & Culture
Step inside Royal Albert Wharf’s new empathetic art piece
The Royal Docks’ latest piece of public art allows passers-by to consider the world from the perspective of another.