Canary Wharf Redevlopment

Few areas of London have gone through such a radical transformation as Canary Wharf. Once a busy trade dock, it experienced severe decline, then was redeveloped to become one of the city’s most prominent business hubs.

Here’s an examination of Canary Wharf’s regeneration over the years.



The first recorded reference to Limehouse dates back to 1356; only back then, the area was called Les Lymhostes. It’s believed that it got its name from its numerous lime kilns, which local men used to make pottery for the nearby shipping companies.

Canary Wharf has changed beyond recognition in recent years. Nowadays, it’s an area that offers many investment opportunities, but isn’t without some minor challenges. 

The COVID-19 lockdown is still in place, leaving many homebuyers, sellers and landlords confused about what the future holds.

The great news is – you can continue to market your property during the pandemic, by using technology. Our video marketing tools generate initial interest, and our live virtual viewings in vacant homes ensure you’ve got buyers and tenants lined up for the future.

Here’s more information.

Poplar Regeneration

Poplar sits in the borough of Tower Hamlets in east London, close by to Canary Wharf and Stratford. For many years it was overlooked by developers and investors. However, this has changed dramatically in recent times to transform the district into one of London’s most exciting places to live.

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