Welcome to the neighbourhood!

EVERYONE’S WELCOME

We believe that family is an attitude and diversity enriches. That’s why our neighbourhood is the work of many hands, and is a place that welcomes everyone. So whoever you are, come on in and make yourself at home!

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LONDON IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT

From world-class sports hubs, entertainment venues, parks, canals, cafés, eateries, and way more, there is loads going on in the area and there’s something for everyone.

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EVERYTHING IN ITS RIGHT PLACE

The neighbourhood has lots of new facilities including schools, nurseries, community space, a health centre, canalside park, and walking and cycling routes to the Lea Valley.

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CREATIVITY IN BUCKETS

East Wick and Sweetwater is buzzing with energy and creativity, just like its neighbours, Hackney Wick and Fish Island. It’s right next door to Here East too. Consider yourself an innovator, disrupter or visionary? You’ve come to the right place.

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WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?

Loads, actually. With the Copper Box Arena, London Stadium and many other venues on the doorstep, and a diverse mix of pop-up spaces and creative places, there’s a busy events calendar that runs all-year round throughout the park and surrounding area. There’s also loads of places to eat and drink.
Grab breakfast at Canalside in Here East, sample worlds food in Westfield or venture into Hackney Wick, you’ll find any cuisine you fancy around here.

WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?

Loads, actually. With the Copper Box Arena, London Stadium and many other venues on the doorstep, and a diverse mix of pop-up spaces and creative places, there’s a busy events calendar that runs all-year round throughout the park and surrounding area. There’s also loads of places to eat and drink.
Grab breakfast at Canalside in Here East, sample worlds food in Westfield or venture into Hackney Wick, you’ll find any cuisine you fancy around here.

“This particular area of the park means you can walk from Hackney Wick, where you’re having a beer on the canal and there is a real sense of energy, along the canal for a few minutes and feel like you’re in the country.

You have all of the ingredients for what you’d want for a place to live and thrive –  fantastic open space, wonderful canals, bars and social life to enjoy. I’m jealous of those who get to live here.”

Matthew Sharpe
Quod, Planning Consultants