Stories from the docks
The Good Hotel's Ona Brown cooks dishes to keep you smiling all day
Two years ago, chef Ona Brown was unemployed and running out of options. Now, she has a job she loves, and the Good Hotel have gained a rising star.
In North Woolwich, the ferries are part of the family
History was made as the two new Woolwich ferries began operations transporting passengers and vehicles back and forth across the Thames.
Art & Culture
Four ways to enjoy the water in winter
Summer is the time when the docks’ waters sparkle, but here are some ways to enjoy the area’s vast water spaces in the colder months.
Local groups come together for Custom House design challenge
How can visitors and residents alike move more freely between Freemasons Road and Royal Victoria Dock?
Art & Culture
Meanwhile use that makes a permanent difference: meet The Silver Building’s Nick Hartwright
This office block had stood derelict for decades. Now it's home to some of London's most exciting creative businesses.
A tour of Tate & Lyle’s raw sugar mountain
Piles of a brown and white sandy substance rise higher than the average house and then some.
Call-out for contributions
On the Royal Docks website, we’re celebrating everything the area has to offer and we need your help.
Video: imagine the future of Custom House
Sometimes, in order to build the future, we need to imagine it. This was the thinking behind the LFA Royal Docks Design Charrette, a collaborative day-long workshop.