Embrace riverside life with these three major new Thameside property and community development projects in east and south east London…

1 Royal Victoria Docks
Strawberry Star Group has announced the launch of the second phase of new homes for sale in Hoola London, an iconic two-tower development in London’s Royal Docks. Arranged across two landmark 23 and 24 storey towers set in landscaped gardens, the development offers generously-sized studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments featuring open plan living and kitchen spaces and rippling glass balconies. It boasts timeless architecture by award-winning architects CZWG and overlooks the historic Royal Victoria Docks. Residents benefit from a gym, business lounge and concierge services. Prices start at £399,000.
Call Strawberry Star on 020 7437 1000 or Savills on 020 7531 2500 or see hoola-london.co.uk

2 Woolwich
Berkeley Homes is set to deliver a new four-acre community park alongside the launch of the newest phase of its Royal Arsenal Riverside development, Waterfront I, in Woolwich. The new park, which is being created by landscape architects Gillespies, will allow residents arriving at the development’s onsite Crossrail station to take a tranquil journey through Royal Arsenal Riverside to the riverfront, where they can enjoy a one kilometre river walk. Comprising 91 Manhattan, one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, properties at Waterfront I benefit from internal space of up to 2,117 sq ft, while large, open plan layouts have been designed to maximise views of the river. Individually designed by leading interior designer, David Ferns, each new home boasts a fresh, contemporary feel, in keeping with its new surroundings. Prices start at £367,500.
Call 020 8331 7130 or see royalarsenalriverside.co.uk

3 Greenwich Peninsula
Greenwich Peninsula offers the best of London living, right on the banks of the Thames. A former industrial centre, with a strong maritime history, the Peninsula has a unique heritage and is now emerging as a cultural and entertainment hub – home of the O2 Arena, complete with a cinema, restaurants and bars, and the new NOW Gallery for contemporary art. The 10,000 new homes planned for the site, ranging from parkside to riverside apartments, will be home to 23,000 residents. The first phase of homes released to the market on the Eastern shore includes a range of studio, one bed, two bed, three bed and penthouse apartments, the first of which will be ready to move into in the summer of 2015. Prices start at £250,000 for a studio apartment, rising to £1.7million for a riverside penthouse apartment.
See greenwichpeninsula.co.uk