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Isle of Dogs Area Guide
Table of contents
- Introduction to renting in the Isle of Dogs
- History of the Isle of Dogs
- Getting Around
- Home & Market Trends
- What do the locals say about renting in the Isle of Dogs?
- Open spaces
- Arts and Recreation
- Local Authority
Introduction to renting in the Isle of Dogs
The Isle of Dogs was chosen as the finest location for Tower Hamlets, just off the Canary Wharf. This designed business sector houses the tallest building in the United Kingdom One Canada Square, but several high-rise points of view across London are remarkable. If you are traveling to the O2, the Blackwall Tunnel to the northeast of E14 is a fast route beneath the Thames. This will take you via modern hotels and will take you to the Thames. Docks Light Railway and Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf are easily accessible to the area, and there are interesting places to visit include the Dockland Museum, a former sugar store, Mudchute Park & Farm, the largest city farm in London and Island Gardens, with its spectacular views of the Greenwich River.
History of the Isle of Dogs
Known these days as a powerful, purpose-built business district, Isle of Dogs was formerly a prosperous dockworkers neighbourhood that started to collapse in the 1970s. The needs of the traditional East End dockers can sometimes stand up against the needs of the modern bankers, but times on this side of London change. The second highest building in the capital — One Canada Square – is home with The Shard robbing its number one location!
This area was once a sparse wetland until the 13th century and in the 15th century a massive flood. In the 19th century urbanisation began.
Dogs Island is located just south of the Wharf and is often named ‘The Island’ by locals. The peninsula lies on the east, west and south of the Themes and houses a wide mix of residential and green areas. The Isle of Dogs is one of the most characteristic areas of the Thames, and the river runs steeply over the peninsula, making it easy to identify from the air.
Isle of Dogs and the rest of London are mainly connected via transport by DLR (Docklands Light Railway). Its stops include West India Quay, South Quay, Poplar, Mudchute, Island Gardens, Heron Quay, Canary Wharf and Crossharbor.
The closest tube stop on the Jubilee line is Canary Wharf. The local bus lines include 135, 277, D3, D6, D7, D8 and N550.
Head for theMasthouse Terrace Pier where you can connect to Woolwich Arsenal, Greenwich, Tower Bridge, Tate Modern, Blackfriars and Rotherhithe.
The Greenwich Foot Tunnel will take you across the river if you are very aware, and peddle like mad down the National Thames Path and NCR 1 to get to the city.
Home & Market Trends
The Isle of Dogs is the most attractive spot for living in London, according to a new list published in the Sunday Times. The growing property market is also a significant reason why purchasers and renters are interested in living there, while the transportation links play a vital role.
As the property stock in the neighbourhood has regenerated in recent decades, it is a mixture of old and new. For instance, a good selection of Victorian terraced residences still exist in the Poplar region, whereas enormous luxury systems continue to dominate the area.
The present average price for rent is from £1,500 to £1,800 a month. The complete spectrum of rentals fluctuates between £300 and £3500 per week. per week. An in-room property can cost just over £400 a week on average and over £1,100 a week for a bigger five bedroom residence.
What do the locals say about renting in the Isle of Dogs?
Isle of the Dogs is unbelievably calm and peaceful. It is a pleasant vacation from city life but very close to it, especially because of its good transit links. If you enjoy a more serene, calmer and less congested home, you will adore Isle of Dogs. That’s not to suggest that you have no fun, because here there’s something to do, you can go to Canary Wharf next door and so on. Rather, it’s a good mix between the finest of both worlds. Residents appreciate going to their peaceful, safe houses from a late night at work or in bars.
As the Thames encircle the Isle of the Dogs on three sides, green spaces are positioned deliberately with different quays dispersed about. On the western bank of the river, on the opposite side, the Sir John McDougal Gardens is located St. John’s Park. Mudchute Park, which has a city farm as well, and Millwall Park are the two principal parks to be noted.
Arts and Recreation
The Westferry Road space was established in a renovated church, a local performing arts and community venue. Canary Wharf is home to two cinemas: a Western Indian Quay Cineworld and the Crossrail Place Everyman.
In the Isle of Dogs there are a large number of schools for parents to select from, with Ofsted classifying a growing number of these as ‘extraordinary.’ Three of the leading junior schools are Halstow Primary, Millennium Primary, and Tidemill Academy. In secondary studies, there are three highest on your list, St Ursula’s Convent, Prendergast and St Paul’s Way Trust. Parents from the elderly who go to university should opt for St Thomas the Apostolic College, Spa School and the Catholic College of St Michael.
Isle of Dogs falls under the local council of Tower Hamlets.
|Range of Values
|Year 1 April 2021to 31 March 2022
|Up to and including £40,000
|£ 40,001 – £ 52,000
|£ 52,001 – £ 68,000
|£ 68,001 – £ 88,000
|£ 88,001 – £120,000
|£120,001 – £160,000
|£160,001 – £320,000
|More than £320,000