Filtering: Regeneration news
Join the Docks returns: Call for submissions to Join the Docks Autumn Programme is now open!
Today, the Royal Docks Team has announced applications are now open for projects to be included in its Join the Docks Autumn Programme.
Tour de Docks: get cycling with Brompton Bike Hire
Still water, broad pavements, wheels for hire, and not a car in sight — all the ingredients for a cycling holiday in Europe. Except this is Royal Victoria Dock.
Mayor launches consultation on relocating City Hall to the Royal Docks
This morning the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan announced a consultation on plans for the Greater London Authority (GLA) to move its current base of operations from London's South Bank to a potential new headquarters at The Crystal building in the Royal Docks.
Funding package for Silvertown Quays announced by Homes England
Homes England has agreed funding packages totalling £309m to accelerate construction at three major London housing developments, one of which is Silvertown Quays in the Royal Docks in Newham.
Art & Culture
Step inside Royal Albert Wharf’s new empathetic art piece
The Royal Docks’ latest piece of public art allows passers-by to consider the world from the perspective of another.
Art & Culture
New movement studio founded by acclaimed dancer and choreographer launches in Royal Docks
House of Mass, opened its doors on Monday 13 January within the iconic Silver Building at Silvertown, in London’s Royal Docks.
Our public realm programme is turning infrastructure into a new piece of the city
The Royal Docks’ landscape was built around a single activity: shipping. Now, this is a place where people live, work, and visit. Here’s how our Public Realm Works Programme is transforming the area into a varied and integrated part of London.
Graham Stark on ‘a new destination for London’ at Silvertown Quays
Silvertown Quays spans 65 acres, one of the largest sites being redeveloped in the Royal Docks. Where do you start with a project of this scale? We talked to the project's director, Graham Stark.