Stories from the docks
Art & Culture
Enjoy the Blue Mind effect with the Royal Docks’ unique waters
Something special happens when we get close to water. Suddenly the sky expands above you and the light seems brighter, and maybe your mood lifts too - this is the Blue Mind effect.
Art & Culture
Festival, spectacle and sunshine as Healing Together brought Woolwich together across the river
We visited Royal Victoria Gardens for Healing Together, the closing event for Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, where North Woolwich really came out to play.
Take our walking and cycling survey for the Royal Docks to influence our action plan
We’re working on our action plan for making the Royal Docks better for walking and cycling. We want you to join us this September- on foott or on wheels - to tell us what’s most important to you.
City Hall relocation and works update
The Greater London Authority is working hard to convert The Crystal into the new home of City Hall, the Mayor of London and the London Assembly.
Meet the Royal Docks innovators: how Bühler helps sort the world’s grain
Every day, two billion people eat foods produced with equipment made by Bühler. Let’s take a peek through the doors of one of our most remarkable businesses.
We’re creating a waterside destination: here’s inspiration from around the world
As we activate the Royal Docks’ amazing waters, we take a look around the world at other great waterside developments.
Where to eat and drink in the Royal Docks this summer
Summer is in full swing in the Royal Docks, and the lawns and dockside are full of people. But where to go for a bit to eat and drink?
Heritage and history
How the Royal Docks’ 12 DLR stations got their names
We have an entire 11 DLR stations in the Royal Docks, but what’s the story behind their names?