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Tower Hamlets was once viewed as one of the less desirable places to live in London. However, over the past 10-15 years the borough has undergone a dramatic transformation - making it into one of the most exciting places to rent a property.

Whether it’s the hipster area of Brick Lane and Whitechapel, the leafy area of Bow, or the forward-thinking financial district of Canary Wharf, there is something for every type of resident to appreciate. It’s a hugely diverse and vibrant part of the capital that welcomes a wide variety of people from around the world, creating a unique atmosphere all of its own.

With excellent transport links, diverse properties and a dynamic cultural scene, East London is fast becoming the most desirable place to rent in London. Read our guide to find out the best areas for renters, from Canary Wharf to Hackney.

When you put a house or flat on the rental market, you’re opening your property to people you don’t know. This can be daunting, and you might not know how to find a tenant that will be responsible and conscientious. So what things should you look for in a new tenant?

Canary Wharf Economy


Part of London’s Central Business District (CBD), Canary Wharf is an integral part of the capital’s economic activity. Some of the world’s largest financial institutions have their headquarters in Canary Wharf, conducting global business deals every single day. But how important is Canary Wharf to the London economy?

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is one of the most iconic areas in London, best known for being home to some of the city’s biggest businesses. But Canary Wharf is so much more than skyscrapers and offices, it’s also a fantastic place to live.

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