Barratt London’s Waterside Park development is located in the heart of the Royal Docks regeneration.
Barratt London’s Waterside Park development, next to the award-winning Thames Barrier Park and within easy reach of London City Airport, Canary Wharf and the City of London, is perfectly positioned within the regeneration of the Royal Docks. In June 2013 the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, confirmed a £1.5bn plan to regenerate Silvertown Quays in the Royal Docks, which is directly opposite the Waterside Park development.
As part of the regeneration, The Royal Victoria Dock will be home to London’s first floating village, boasting shops, restaurants and cafés, all floating on the water and set beneath the Emirates Airline – a stone’s throw from Royal Victoria DLR.
Resident’s at Waterside Park will also be able to enjoy London’s biggest beach at Urban Beach London over the summer school holidays. Located at London’s Royal Docks, Urban Beach London is made up of more than 200 tonnes of sand, used to transform part of what was once the world’s largest enclosed docks into an urban seaside resort. Inspired by the annual Paris Plage in France, the beach will host a range of family activities including theatre performances, art workshops and live music. Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, said: “Life really will be a beach for everyone at the Royal Docks this summer. This is London’s most unique entertainment space, just yards from a DLR station.” Urban Beach London is just two stops away from Waterside Park on the DLR and is free to visit – just remember to pack your beach towel and sunglasses.
Waterside Park is made up of 780 studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, from which many residents can enjoy the views of the Thames Barrier Park, the Thames or towards Canary Wharf from their private balcony or terrace. Waterside Park features a 24-hour concierge, a fitness suite and landscaped gardens.