Canada Water   Local Area

Sales Suite

24 - 28 Quebec Way
London
SE16 7LF

0333 666 0106

Opening Hours
Monday
10am-6pm
Tuesday - Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
10am-7pm
Friday - Saturday
10am-6pm
Sunday
11am-4pm
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Uniquely tranquil

Canada Water is remarkably peaceful for such a central London location, close to the river Thames and characterised by the docks and waterways of its working history.

London Square Canada Water’s landscaped surroundings continue this idea of an oasis in London. The buildings enclose a private garden space for residents, and all the apartments have a balcony or roof terrace for enjoying this peaceful outlook. It’s an ideal base for anyone with a busy work and social life.

Adding convenience to tranquillity, there are shops, pubs and restaurants within an easy reach, and Canada Water station is less than 10 minutes on foot. For those who work in Canary Wharf, the City or West End, this location couldn’t be better.

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A Second wave of regeneration

Canada Water came to prominence in the 1980s and 1990s, as Canary Wharf started to grow, and the new Jubilee Line connections put it on the tube network. Today, Canary Wharf is one of Europe’s most important business districts, and, as its near neighbour, Canada Water continues to increase in popularity.

It’s about to enter an exciting second phase of regeneration. £2 billion of investment funding will bring more shops, public areas, homes and leisure spaces, and one of the most striking, the new library and cultural centre, is already open. The prestigious King’s College London has also decided on Canada Water for a new campus of accommodation, offices and a healthcare facility.

 

Transport links are set to get better still. Canada Water is just one stop from the Crossrail interchange at Canary Wharf, and will certainly share in the uplift effect that Crossrail is bringing to all the areas on its route.

At the same time, Canada Water will retain the qualities that have made it something of an undiscovered gem. In contrast to Canary Wharf, it has a quieter, greener, more relaxed feel, offering peaceful waterfronts along the docks and canals, and a surprising amount of parkland.

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Learning in London

London has forty institutions of higher education, and three of them - King’s College London, University College London and Imperial College London - consistently reach high positions in the worldwide university league tables.

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With so much academic excellence and a vast choice of courses, it’s no wonder that students from almost every country study in London.

At London Square Canada Water, several are within very easy travelling distance, making the development ideal for a base while studying in the capital.

Times by Underground from Canada Water to nearest station:

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