Greenwich station

GreenwichGreenwich railway station
Northwards, the DLR goes into a tunnel through Cutty Sark station and under the River Thames to the Isle of Dogs; in the opposite direction, it rises on a concrete viaduct to follow the River Ravensbourne upstream to Deptford Bridge and Lewisham. On the National Rail network, Greenwich is 3 mi measured from. The typical National Rail off-peak service from the station is: The Docklands Light Railway operates 12 trains per hour northbound to Bank via Canary Wharf, and 12 trains per hour southbound to Lewisham. During morning peaks, some northbound services operate to Stratford.

Galliard Homes

In September 2016 Galliard's Lincoln Plaza development in London's Docklands won the Carbuncle Cup for the worst new building of the year in the UK. With over 700 staff, Galliard is a property development, hospitality and management group overseeing mixed-use residential, hotel and commercial projects across London and southern England, with a £3.6 billion portfolio of over 6,000 homes, 950 hotel rooms, and one million square feet of retail premises and commercial properties. f Led by chairman and chief executive officer Stephen Conway, the Group has three divisions, Galliard Homes, Galliard Commercial and Galliard Construction.

Poplar DLR station

PoplarPoplar station
Southbound towards the Isle of Dogs and Lewisham (next station West India Quay). Westbound towards Bank and Tower Gateway (next station Westferry). Docklands Light Railway website - Poplar station page. Map of Poplar, 1885. Photograph of one of the platforms at Poplar.

The Wharf (newspaper)

The WharfThe Wharf'' (newspaper)The Wharf'' newspaper
The Wharf was a free local newspaper produced at Canary Wharf, England. It was set up in 1998, as such covering the transformation of the Isle of Dogs as it became an important financial centre. The Wharf was based in One Canada Square, a sister paper to the Daily Mirror, the Sunday Mirror and The People, all part of the Mirror Group Newspapers, itself part of Trinity Mirror now Reach PLC. A free publication, The Wharf was published weekly and aimed to provide news and entertainment to the tens of thousands of people who work on the Canary Wharf estate. The title ceased publication in December 2018.

University College London

University College, LondonUCLUniversity College
The school moved from the Bloomsbury campus to One Canada Square in Canary Wharf in 2016. UCL established the Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) in 2015 to promote interdisciplinary research in humanities and social sciences. The prestigious annual Orwell Prize for political writing moved to the IAS in 2016.

National Cycle Route 1

Route 11NCR 1
At Greenwich, the route passes Cutty Sark and Cutty Sark DLR station which passes Greenwich Pier under the river via the foot tunnel to Island Gardens on the Isle of Dogs. The foot tunnel has two lifts either side but the tunnel has to be walked along. Island Gardens | Millwall | Canary Wharf | Limehouse | Mile End | Victoria Park | Bow | Old Ford | Hackney Wick | Tottenham Hale | Enfield | Cheshunt | Harlow | Chelmsford | Witham | Maldon The route runs past Island Gardens DLR station and around Mudchute Park to Mudchute DLR station, turning before Crossharbour DLR station to Millwall Dock which it crosses via Pepper Street.

Island History Trust

Island History News
The Island History Trust was a local history institution based on the Isle of Dogs in east London, England. The Trust was created by local people, who started to collect photographs in 1981. At that time the docks and nearly all the local factories had closed, and the transformation of the Island by Canary Wharf and other developments had not begun. Some locals felt a loss of identity as their established way of life had ended and they wished to record and preserve their local history. Initially the focus was on collecting photographs. Many were copied and returned to their owners, and notes about them were made and indexed.

28 Weeks Later

2007 film of the same name28 Months LaterWeeks Later
On 1 September 2006, principal photography for 28 Weeks Later began in London with much of the filming taking place at Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs, the safe zone in the film's plot. The on-location filming took place in London and 3 Mills Studios, although scenes intended to be shot at Wembley Stadium, then undergoing final stages of a major reconstruction, were filmed instead in Wales, with Cardiff's Millennium Stadium used as a replacement. On 13 April 2007, 28 days before the release of the film in UK cinemas, a huge biohazard warning sign was projected against the White Cliffs of Dover.

Bow, London

BowStratford-le-BowBow, East London
In North London, the route runs from Canary Wharf to Enfield Lock. Cycle Superhighway 2 (CS2) - a commuter cycling route from Aldgate in the City to Stratford in the east. The route runs signposted, unbroken and traffic-free on cycle track for the majority of the route. The route follows (Bow Road) through Bow, and the track is coloured blue. Cycleway between Hackney and the Isle of Dogs - a proposed commuter cycle route made in 2019. Amy Winehouse – jazz singer-songwriter; had a flat in Bow. Danny Wallace – filmmaker, comedian, writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television; lives in Bow. Rosa Nouchette Carey – children's novelist; born in Stratford-le-Bow.

Burrells Wharf

Burrell's Wharf
At 1 mi north are the multiple shops and restaurants of Canary Wharf. ;Notes ;References Isle of Dogs. Canary Wharf. Masthouse Terrace Pier. Mudchute. Island Gardens. SS Great Eastern. The Great Eastern. Burrells Wharf History. Another old picture of BW. Burrells Wharf Freeholds Limited. Burrells Wharf Residents' web site. The architect's notes and photos of the present Burrells Wharf estate. An architectural review of the present Burrells Wharf estate.

Mile End

Mile End Old TownMile End GreenMile End Road
In North London, the route runs from Canary Wharf to Enfield Lock. Cycle Superhighway 2 (CS2) – a commuter cycling route from Aldgate in the City to Stratford in the east. The route runs signposted, unbroken and traffic-free on cycle track for the majority of the route. The route follows the A11 (Mile End Road) through Mile End, and the track is coloured blue. It was upgraded between Bow and Aldgate and was completed in April 2016, with separated cycle tracks replacing cycle lanes along the majority of the route. Cycleway between Hackney and the Isle of Dogs – a proposed commuter cycle route made in 2019.

2016 in architecture

2016
Carbuncle CupLincoln Plaza. Lawrence Israel Prize – SHoP Architects. Praemium Imperiale Architecture Laureate – Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Pritzker Architecture Prize – Alejandro Aravena. RAIA Gold Medal – ARM Architecture. RIBA Royal Gold Medal – Zaha Hadid. RIBA Stirling Prize – Caruso St John Architects. Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture – Cecil Balmond. Twenty-five Year Award by AIA – Monterey Bay Aquarium by EHDD. March 18 – July 31: "A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond at MOMA in New York City". May 28 – November 16: "TIME-SPACE-EXISTENCE" at the Palazzo Bembo, Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Rossini in Venice, Italy.

Port of London Authority

Port of London Authority PoliceAdmiral of the Port of LondonImpulse
The Port of London Authority (PLA) is a self-funding public trust established on 31 March 1909 in accordance with the Port of London Act 1908 to govern the Port of London. Its responsibility extends over the Tideway of the River Thames and its continuation (the Kent/Essex strait). It maintains and supervises navigation, and protects the river's environment.

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Skidmore, Owings and MerrillSOMSkidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) is an American architectural, urban planning, and engineering firm. It was formed in Chicago in 1936 by Louis Skidmore and Nathaniel Owings; in 1939 they were joined by John O. Merrill. The firm opened their first branch in New York City in 1937, and has since expanded all over the world, with regional offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Mumbai and Dubai. It is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Urban enterprise zone

enterprise zoneenterprise zonesspecial enterprise zone
An urban enterprise zone is an area in which policies to encourage economic growth and development are implemented. Urban enterprise zone policies generally offer tax concessions, infrastructure incentives, and reduced regulations to attract investments and private companies into the zones. They are a type of special economic zone where companies can locate free of certain local, state, and federal taxes and restrictions. Urban enterprise zones are intended to encourage development in deprived neighborhoods through tax and regulatory relief to entrepreneurs and investors who launch businesses in the area.

John McAslan

John McAslan + PartnersJohn McAslan and PartnersJohn McAslan & Partners
John Renwick McAslan, (born 16 February 1954) is a British architect.

South Bank

SouthbankGabriel's Wharfsouth bank of the Thames
South Bank is an entertainment and commercial district in central London, next to the River Thames opposite the City of Westminster. It forms a narrow strip of riverside land within the London Borough of Lambeth (where it adjoins Albert Embankment) and the London Borough of Southwark, (where it adjoins Bankside). As such, South Bank may be regarded as somewhat akin to the riverside part of an area known previously as Lambeth Marsh and North Lambeth.

London Underground

Undergroundtubetube station
Wharf Group has suggested the construction of a new rail line between Euston and Canary Wharf.

West End of London

West EndLondon's West EndWest London
The West End of London (commonly referred to as the West End) is a region of Central London, west of the City of London and north of the River Thames, in which many of the city's major tourist attractions, shops, businesses, government buildings and entertainment venues, including West End theatres, are concentrated.

London Paddington station

London PaddingtonPaddingtonPaddington station
Paddington, also known as London Paddington, is a Central London railway terminus and London Underground station complex, located on Praed Street in the Paddington area. The site has been the London terminus of services provided by the Great Western Railway and its successors since 1838. Much of the main line station dates from 1854 and was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow AirportHeathrowLondon Heathrow
Heathrow Airport, also known as London Heathrow, is a major international airport in London, United Kingdom. Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic, as well as the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the seventh busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. It is one of six international airports serving Greater London. In 2018, it handled a record 80.1 million passengers, a 2.7% increase from 2017 as well as 477,604 aircraft movements, an increase of 1,821 from 2017. The airport facility is owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings.

Tower Hill

Tower Hill, LondonGreat Tower HillOld Tower Without
Tower Hill is a complex city or garden square northwest of the Tower of London, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets just outside the City of London boundary yet inside what remains of the London Wall — a large fragment of which survives toward its east.

Transport for London

TfLLondon TransportTransport for London (TfL)
Transport for London (TfL) is a local government body responsible for the transport system in Greater London, England. Its head office is 55 Broadway in the City of Westminster.

Westminster

Westminster, LondonWestminster, EnglandA part of Central London, England
Westminster is a government district and former capital of the Kingdom of England in Central London within the City of Westminster, part of the West End, on the north bank of the River Thames. Westminster's concentration of visitor attractions and historic landmarks, one of the highest in London, includes the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral.