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Canary Wharf

Greenwich Peninsula

WHY WE SHOULD MOVE TO GREENWICH PENINSULA

Developer Knight Dragon’s vision for Greenwich Peninsula will create a vibrant new Thames-side residential and leisure district

The Tall ships Regatta returns to Greenwich & Woolwich this week (photo: Arne List)

UNMISSABLE: THE TALL SHIPS FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS

Get set for this weekend’s Tall Ships Festival extravaganza, running from Friday 5 to Tuesday 9 September. There’s so much going on, we’ve selected seven elements of the festival that you simply can’t miss…

The best of Gershwin & Porter

TWILIGHT CONCERTS AT CANARY WHARF

Twilight Delights summer concert series returns to Canary Wharf with performances from the likes of the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and The BBC Big Band

Tennis events and Wimbledon-themed pop-ups to celebrate Wimbledon 2014

TASTY TENNIS TREATS FOR WIMBLEDON

As we wait with baited breath to see if Andy Murray can hold on to his Championship title, we turn our attention to other pressing issues like what Wimbledon-themed food are we going to eat?

Mark Titman, who lectures in architecture at Greenwich University, runs his own architecture firm specialising in modern extensions for period buildings

PERIOD HOME MEETS CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

London’s period housing stock can prove a challenge when looking to create a more contemporary home. Karen Jensen-Jones meets a couple who found a way One of the interesting things about Greenwich, as well as the grand views and its maritime history, is undoubtedly the wonderful architecture. And not just those palatial royal buildings, but […]

The Pearson Room in Canary Wharf combines industrial style with contemporary casual

RESTAURANT REVIEW: THE PEARSON ROOM

Yasmin Prabhudas heads for The Pearson Room in Canary Wharf and enjoys cool, contemporary dining with plenty of flavour at this great Canary Wharf restaurant Strolling into the Pearson Room on the second floor of a glass-fronted building on Canada Square, we were greeted by a lively crowd of drinkers who filled up the vast New […]

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