Real London, without compromise

Canada Water. Where blue meets green.

Where 53 acres of historic dockland meets 130 acres of parks and woodland. Central, yet local. Leafy, yet London.

London’s best-kept secret has been hiding in plain sight, and now the UK's most sustainable new town centre is on its way.

Wow, that was fast

Most people arrive early, the first time they visit Canada Water. It's where London’s two newest lines – the Jubilee and Overground – cross. And it's just one stop from Crossrail. You can be in the West End in 10 minutes by tube, walk to Tower Bridge in 20, or be in the City by bike in 10 minutes.

Something in the water

People have lived and worked by these docks for centuries. From every corner of the world, from every walk of life. Canada Water is already a real place. A place where you can make a life for yourself and put down roots – whoever you are, whatever you do.

Green heart, blue heritage

It’s quieter. The air is cleaner. Canada Water has over 130 acres of parks and woodlands – more green space per person than almost anywhere else in London. Not to mention the water, from Canada Dock where ships unloaded timber, to picturesque green waterways and historic Greenland Dock.

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