Skip to main content Skip to footer

Bellway - Dockside, E14

Prices from £674,995 to £989,995

Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost

Interested in this development? Call 020 8115 9719 or Request details

Welcome to Dockside

Showhome now open – contact our sales advisor for further information

Dockside is a contemporary development of new homes in London Docklands, comprising a mix of 1,2 and 3-bedroom apartments. All properties are built to a high specification with quality fixtures and fittings, and all enjoy a concierge service. Most apartments boast waterside views and balconies, and many include integrated kitchen appliances.

Situated just three minutes walk from Crossharbour DLR station, the development is ideal for professionals working in nearby Canary Wharf, as well as for accessing the many entertainment and leisure opportunities available locally, and in east and central London. For those working in the City of London, Bank is less than 20 minutes away via DLR

Canary Wharf DLR is three stops from the development, giving convenient access to a wealth of shops, restaurants, cafés and bars, as well as the business district. High-street brands, independent retailers and designer boutiques can be found in the shopping malls of Canada Place, Jubilee Place, Cabot Place and Crossrail Place, while fine dining and casual restaurants offering dishes from around the world, are located throughout the area.

London Underground Jubilee Line trains stop at Canary Wharf tube station, which is a few minutes walk from the DLR station. From here frequent services operate to central London’s Green Park and Bond Street to the west, and Stratford to the east, bringing celebrated shopping destinations such as Oxford Street, Regents Street, Marble Arch and Westfield Stratford City within easy reach. A Crossrail station at Canary Wharf is due to open in 2018 with trains linking to central London, Essex, Kent, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.

Despite being one of the UK’s most important financial centres and home to some of the tallest buildings in Europe – including 1 Canada Square, the iconic Canary Wharf Tower – Docklands is by no means bereft of green space. Jubilee Park lies above Canary Wharf tube station and a rooftop park has been created above the Crossrail station.

Just 10 minutes walk from these new homes in Docklands, Mudchute Park and Farm is a nature reserve and working farm with equestrian facilities, while the adjacent Millwall Park offers cycling and running tracks and sports pitches.

The O2 Arena at Greenwich Peninsula, a 15-minute car journey away, is a major live music and performance venue. It is part of the O2 entertainment complex, which also includes a multiplex cinema, bowling alley and restaurants.

Greenwich is home to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory, while the town centre is popular for dining and shopping, with a historic market open six days a week.

Major roads easily accessible from Dockside include the A102 and Blackwall Tunnel, and the A13 for east London and south Essex.

For international and domestic air travel London City Airport can be reached in just over 10 minutes by car, or in less than 30 minutes by public transport.