This new east London development is not just a building but a new community, and a new lifestyle, resulting in the generation of a new village for London. With Pontoon Dock on its doorstep, the DLR links Traders’ Quarter at Royal Wharf to the whole of the capital. Be at Bond Street in half an hour and the O2 in a little over five minutes. Glide from the Royal Docks to the Greenwich Peninsula in seven minutes using the Emirates cable car*. Take to the water on a Thames riverboat, travel to London City Airport less than five minutes away, or fly all over Europe quickly and easily. Here is a handy, transport guide to buying a home in the Royal Docks and Traders’ Quarter.
Travelling by train - Connectivity to Tube and DLR
From Custom House station, close to Royal Wharf, it is only 15 minutes into central London and Heathrow Airport is less than 45 minutes away*. And when Crossrail opens in 2018, connections will receive a significant upgrade. Here is a practical guide to tube and Underground connections from Pontoon Dock station.
Get a feel for journey times and accessibility through this live TFL map.
Travelling by foot - Connectivity without the rush
From the Royal Victoria Gardens to Canary Wharf, travelling by foot around the Royal Docks is a relaxing alternative to public transport in the warmer months of the year. Here is a handy walking guide showing an array of East London locations within 30 minutes of walking.
Travelling by car – Connectivity to escape the City
A well-connected home is as much about accessibility to the world outside London as it is to work and daily life. East London has taken longer than its South West and North London counterparts to develop a generous amenity infrastructure, but travelling by car brings these further to reach areas a lot closer. Here is a local driving guide to living around the Royal Docks and Traders’ Quarter.
Traders’ Quarter at Royal Wharf – A collection of Shared Ownership homes in the Royal Docks
Traders’ Quarter boasts exceptionally high quality apartments in the historic area known as Silvertown. With over 50% now reserved at Cape House, the development offers one and two bedroom homes with shares starting from £96,250 for a one bedroom home**.
*Distance and times according to Google Maps
**Parking available on selected units
***Image by Alison Day via Flickr Creative Commons