The historical area around Surrey Docks has become one of London's best kept secrets and for those of us lucky enough to live here we like to keep it that way!
Being close proximity to the Thames, residents of Rainbow Quay enjoy the many benefits that living near to the river bring: low levels of air and noise pollution, wonderful views, enviable recreation opportunities, and the most sophisticated and reliable means of commute anywhere in London.
Rainbow Quay residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to transport. Only two minutes by the Thames Clipper river service to Canary Wharf - an established business centre which is supported by first class shopping facilities, bars and restaurants. The river boat is also a fast and reliable way to reach the West End with a one-way journey taking approximately 25 minutes from Greenland Pier. For those who would rather travel on land Canada Water and Surrey Quays tube stations provide regular underground services (Jubilee and East London lines) there are also a variety of bus stops to be found along Salter Road offering services to Greenwich, London Bridge, waterloo and Victoria. London Bridge is the nearest mainland railway station with a Thames Link service that links Gatwick and Luton airports. Residents looking to travel abroad are also advised to check out flights from London City Airport.
People living in Rainbow Quay can choose from a wide range of nearby places of interest to visit. Historic Greenwich, Shad Thames and London Bridge are all nearby.
Health and fitness are well catered for in Rainbow Quay. Enjoy watching the wildlife by jogging or cycling around the marinas, docks and local nature trail. You will also find Surrey Docks Sailing Club based on Greenland Dock, an ideal place to learn how to sail. Living at Rainbow Quay offers a unique lifestyle.
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