Stories from the docks
Art & Culture
Royal Albert Wharf seen through the photos of those who live here, at OurRAW exhibition
Over 200 entries were submitted, showcasing the docks in all their changing colours.
RAD's Neil Robinson on bringing the Royal Docks back as a centre for world trade
Transforming the vacant north bank of Royal Albert Dock, RAD is set to become a new business district for London.
New brand for London City Airport
In vivid greens and blues, London City Airport's new brand embraces the airport's future as a hub for business and leisure travellers alike.
An East End for everyone: meet UEL’s Geoff Thompson
The five times karate world champion shares his belief in the power of sport and his vision for an inclusive future for the Royal Docks.
New pier at Royal Wharf will be London’s longest
London’s longest pier is coming to Silvertown.
Art & Culture
Light installation plays poems by Canning Town children
Walking past the Crystal Building over the last fortnight, you might have spotted these LED haikus.
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.