Have your say: Thames Barrier Park consultation
When Thames Barrier Park opened in 2000, it was London's largest new riverside park in over 50 years. Home to an abundance of wildlife, and with facilities that include a basketball court, picnic areas and a visitor pavilion with spectacular views of the river and Barrier itself, it's no wonder the park is loved by its users.
This year the park celebrates its 20th birthday, and we are keen to get your thoughts and comments on how we might be able to improve and develop the park for the next 20+ years. With this in mind, the Royal Docks Team invite you to have your say to enhance and shape the park for generations to come.
Thank you to all those who attended our drop-in sessions. If you didn't get a chance to attend, the survey will be available online until 15 March.
While at the drop-in sessions you will also have the opportunity to have your say on tree planting around the Royal Docks.
For your visit
Food & Drink
The Oiler Bar
Bars on boats are always a good idea, especially when they have a cocktail bar downstairs.
Food & Drink
Beans on toast, paninis, and other homely lunch options at equally homely prices.
Royal Docks CrossFit
Gym dedicated to CrossFit, the gruelling strength and conditioning phenomenon that athletes swear by.
The Baby Show
Fri 28 Feb - Sun 1 Mar
The Baby Show with Lidl ExCel is the UK’s largest parenting event.
Chinese Family Activities
Mon 2 Mar
Take part in free Chinese activities at Royal Wharf Community Dock