Stories from the docks
Join the Docks
This August, everyone is invited to discover the Royal Docks. Experience the area’s beautiful water, parks, and outside spaces with a month of exciting activities.
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.
Waterside walks, food and green space: the Royal Docks consultation so far
For 11,000 people, the Royal Docks is home. Here’s the what the people who live and work here want to see in the area’s future.
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.
Art & Culture
The Compressor House Series: experimental music in a historic warehouse
This April, we are hosting a series of remarkable gigs at Compressor House, each, in different ways, pushing the boundaries of performance.
Planning Permission secured for new theatre to house Soldier of Orange - The Musical in London
New Venue to be named Royal Docks Theatre.
E16 goes green: have your say about new trees and Thames Barrier Park
The Royal Docks is gaining hundreds more trees — and that’s just the beginning. Comment on our planting programme and improvements to Thames Barrier Park.
The Windjammer is opening on 12th March
With spring (nearly!) in the air and the banks of the Thames increasingly being the ideal spot to enjoy a coffee in the morning or a perfectly poured pint after work, what better time to announce the opening of a brand new pub to the heart of Royal Wharf!