Aiming for a net zero district by 2030, it features up to 2.5 million sq-ft of workspace, 1 million sq-ft of retail, and 176 acres of public open spaces

A partnership between real estate powerhouses, British Land, JLL, and Savills, the Canada Water project will cover a massive 53 acres that will include a new high street and town square.

Located in the heart of London, Canada Water is conveniently found on the intersection of the Jubilee and Overground railway lines.



Aiming for a net zero neighbourhood by 2030, the project will offer up to 3,000 net zero home units, 2.5 million sq-ft of workspace, 1 million sq-ft of retail space, and, in a brilliantly progressive move, allocate at least 35% of the masterplan for public open spaces – which is a whopping 16 acres of parks and leisure spots on top of the 160 acres of woodlands and wetlands that already surround the area.



With the re-emergence of London as a key global investment site, Canada Water will not only satisfy the ever-growing real estate demand in London, its sustainability efforts and extensive development coverage look set on influencing contemporary movements towards sustainable urbanisation.



Dedicated to developing a competitive urban centre, Canada Water already houses their first higher education provider with TEDI-London, founded by Arizona State University, King’s College London, and UNSW Sydney, choosing Canada Water as their first global campus to cultivate global engineers of tomorrow with their diverse engineering disciplines.

The progressive development also boasts The Printworks, one of the world’s most in-demand cultural venues, amongst other highlights that promise to become future exemplars of London’s development scene.


For more information on this groundbreaking project, visit Canada Water's official website here.