Canary Wharf

Your All In London guide to Canary Wharf

Famous for being the latest business development in the City, Canary Wharf is now growing rapidly in popularity. Canary Wharf itself is situated on the Isle of Dogs in London’s Docklands. Seen as the alternative square mile, Canary Wharf now has the three tallest buildings in the City, One Canada Square, the HSBC Tower and the Citigroup Centre.

Traditionally, this area was in fact a very busy port, but after suffering badly during the Second World War, the docks never really recovered and were closed in 1980. Since then, it has developed as a commercial centre and is now considered a hub for many financial institutions.

Residentially there isn’t very much activity in Canary Wharf, although more recently there has been an increase in high end flats for the professional worker.

Going out in Canary Wharf

What's On in Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf expands its public art collection
Canary Wharf estate

Starts: 17/11/2020
Ends: 17/11/2021

Canary Wharf kicks-off a sizzling summer events calendar
Canary Wharf

Starts: 02/06/2021
Ends: 24/09/2021

Iconic British artist Yinka Ilori designs Canary Wharf's first ever basketball court
Bank Street Park, Canary Wharf

Starts: 21/05/2021
Ends: 31/08/2021

Columbus Courtyard, Canary Wharf, London

Starts: 15/04/2021
Ends: 04/07/2021

Don’t Ask Don’t Get, Baby
Online Event

Starts: 22/07/2021
Ends: 22/07/2021

Don’t Ask Don’t Get, Baby
The Space, 269 Westferry Road

Starts: 20/07/2021
Ends: 24/07/2021

Canary Wharf High Street Directory

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Canary Wharf Shopping Streets

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