London has often been described as a ‘city of villages’ – districts like Belgravia, Fitzrovia, Mayfair and Bloomsbury have characters all their own. Like those traditional great estates, Royal Wharf will be as much a local community as a slice of the capital.
Where the Big
City Meets the
Almost half the acreage at Royal Wharf will be given over to open spaces: this is a place defined as much by its landscape as by its buildings.
to Little Luxuries
Neighbourhoods are more than collections of homes. They also depend on a strong, varied mix of services and amenities. A variety of independent stores and bespoke services will add texture and vitality to the whole development.
Your Back Yard:
The World’s Capital
Royal Wharf will be a location in itself: a genuine community, on an intimate, human scale. But of course it also has the world’s best back yard: 1,600 square kilometres of arguably the greatest city in the world: London.