Ultra-connected to London’s bustling centres of work, education, culture and food with tranquil waters and leafy spaces, Canada Water unites the distinct character of London in one welcoming neighbourhood.
Once the heart of the timber trade and now home to Greenland Dock, Southwark Park, Rotherhithe Festival, the seasonal Love Summer pop-up and Canada Water’s weekly farmers’ market, this unique area of London has so much to enjoy and explore. With even more to come…
With Canada Water station one minute away connecting you to Canary Wharf and the Elizabeth Line, London Bridge, Bank, the West End and beyond via the Jubilee Line and Overground, riverside cycle pathways and a bus hub, the whole of London is a ride away.Transport Map
London is famed for being a city of greenery and Canada Water brings its own gorgeous diversity with the leafy escape of Southwark Park with its boating lake, tennis, cricket and new pavilion or Stave Hill’s rambling woodland leading to breathtaking views of the city. The area is a haven for wildlife and fresh open spaces while the 183-acre Greenwich Park is a 17-minute bike ride away.
The transformation of Canada Water will bring even more thriving areas with a car-free ethos, cycle pathways, seating, planting and more.
Canada Water’s personality is intrinsically connected to its location on the river – it shows off its maritime heritage with pride.
Sail, kayak, row, windsurf and paddleboard on Greenland Dock (London’s oldest surviving wet dock), swim in the new eight-lane 25-metre swimming pool next to The Founding or walk over the new 170-metre long boardwalk and revitalised wetlands.
A vibrant and distinctive area of London, visit Canada Water and discover independent coffee at Canada Water Cafe or accessible music and theatre at the new Rotherhithe Theatre, unexpected live events and welcoming venues.
Canada Water’s Printworks venue started off life as a printing plant for the Daily Mail and Evening Standard and has since become one of the city’s landmark venues hosting electronic music, dance, jazz, classical and business. With the transformation of Canada Water, Printworks will evolve even further with a beautifully reimagined space for global events.
Every Saturday and Sunday, the farmers’ market takes over Deal Porter Square offering fresh and sustainable British-grown food and produce from talented artisans and local producers. Come down, discover amazing food, drink and reduce the carbon impact of your shopping basket.
Visit our welcoming marketing suite to find out more about what’s coming to Canada Water and see The Founding’s beautiful show apartments up close.CONTACT US
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