The Isle of Dogs is a part of Londons East End, bounded on three sides by the River Thames.
Living In Isle of Dogs
The Isle of Dogs is a part of Londons East End, bounded on three sides by the River Thames. The area became urbanised during the 19th century owing to development of the West India Docks and has seen significant regeneration in recent years, most noticeably with the Canary Wharf district development. Isle of Dogs estate agents will speak of an area that has been transformed to cater for commercial and residential developments alike. Living in the Isle of Dogs is becoming increasingly popular among professionals working in the financial services companies that have relocated to the district.
Sights and Attractions
The Thames Path National Trail runs alongside the river. Greenwich can be easily accessed using the foot tunnel that lies at the southern tip of the Isle of Dogs. Local sights include the towers of Canary Wharf. Other attractions include the Docklands Sailing Centre and the Museum of London Docklands. Entertainment