Getting here

Canary Wharf is easily accessible via its many transport connections:

Transport Links

Jubilee Line

The Canary Wharf Jubilee line station provides swift connections with travel times of:

  • London Bridge, 7 minutes
  • Waterloo, 11 minutes
  • Westminster, 13 minutes
  • Green Park, 15 minutes
  • Bond Street, 17 minutes
  • Baker Street, 20 minutes

From the Jubilee line it is possible to interchange with all other Underground lines.

You are also able to connect to mainline railways at Canada Water (London Overground), West Hampstead (First Capital Connect), Waterloo (South West Trains), London Bridge (Southern and Govia Thameslink Railway), West Ham (c2c), Stratford (Greater Anglia, London Overground and CTRL).

For 24 hour travel information, contact London Transport on 020 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk

Docklands Light Railway

The DLR network runs from Bank and Tower Gateway to Stratford, Beckton and Lewisham.

There are two DLR stations on the Estate, Canary Wharf and Heron Quays.

Travel times:

  • Bank, 11 minutes
  • Tower Gateway, 11 minutes
  • Stratford, 12 minutes

For 24 hour travel London Transport information visit www.tfl.gov.uk

For further information about the DLR visit www.tfl.gov.uk

Bus

Your choice of bus services:

D3 Bethnal Green to Canary Wharf
D7 Mile End to Canary Wharf
D8 Stratford to Canary Wharf
135 Moorfields to Canary Wharf
277 Highbury and Islington to Canary Wharf
N550 Trafalgar Square to Canary Wharf (Night Bus)

Road closures may affect your journey. Click here for details of planned road closures and current bus diversion routes.

Bus routes during road closures are the responsibility of Transport for London. For 24 hour travel information you can contact them on: 020 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk.

PLANNED ROUTE ALTERATIONS:

From Saturday 11 November, until further notice, bus routes D7, 135 & 277 will not be stopping at the bus stop immediately outside of 8 Canada Square (the HSBC building). The nearest next stop, Bus Stop J, is just 75 yards from the HSBC stop, and is easily accessible.Alterantively, you can use bus stops F or G.

Bus routes D3, D8 and N550, and all coach routes are unaffected.

River Bus

Thames Clippers currently operates four peak services per hour to Canary Wharf pier from central London (Waterloo) in the west and Woolwich in the east.

It takes 30 minutes from Waterloo to Canary Wharf and 29 minutes from Woolwich to Canary Wharf.

Key stops include Westminster, Embankment, Blackfriars, Bankside, London Bridge and Tower Piers to the west and Greenland, Masthouse and Greenwich to the east. A shuttle service from London Bridge to Canary Wharf (13 minutes) also operates every 10 minutes in the peak hours.

In addition to the regular services a shuttle service operates between Surrey Quays and Canary Wharf. Oyster cards are now accepted for Pay-As-You-Go payments on river bus services.

The Canary Wharf pier is located only a few minutes walk from the centre of the Estate, close to Westferry Circus.

 

 

Pedestrian and Cycle Routes

There is a footbridge from the West Wintergarden to South Quay and Upper Bank Street Bridge provides a route to Poplar Station in the north.

Access to Canary Riverside provides links to Limehouse via the Thames Path. There are several cycle routes that provide access to Canary Wharf for cyclists. The London Cycle Network also follows a signed route along the river to Canary Riverside and Riverside South.

Canary Wharf provides extensive cycle parking, with more than 1,300 free cycle parking spaces located across the estate. There are an additional 405 secure cycle parking spaces for public use for which a charge is applied and a further 3,715 private cycle parking spaces within individual building car parks.

Access to our Secure Bicycle Compound in Canada Square Car Park, £12 per calendar month. There are a limited number of available spaces. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

Click here to download the current map showing cycle parking at Canary Wharf

There are 273 Santander Cycle docking stations on the Canary Wharf estate. Those planning to use the scheme can find their closest docking station on the TfL website, where they can also sign up for free cycle training and find out more about the scheme.

Docking stations can be found in the following six locations on the Canary Wharf estate.

  • Jubilee Plaza
  • Fishermans Walk
  • Heron Quay, DLR Concourse
  • South Dock Walk
  • Upper Bank Street
  • Westferry Circus

Transport for London’s Cycle Hire Users’ Code of Conduct suggest some of the following tips for staying safe on your bike:

  • Be careful around lorries, which have numerous blind spots, and never pass them on the left just before, or at, traffic lights
  • Don’t get too close to parked cars
  • Watch out for other vehicles and pedestrians and give clear hand signals to show your intentions
  • Make yourself seen at night by wearing reflective or fluorescent clothing

It costs as little as £2 a day to use Santander Cycles, and the scheme accepts all major credit and debit cards. It does not accept cash or Oyster.

Road closures may affect your journey. Click here for details of planned road closures

PLANNED ACCESS CLOSURES / CHANGES

Notifications of planned closures on the Estate will appear here. Note also that these can occur at short notice however, every effort will be made to update this information when known.

Poplar to Canary Wharf, Pedestrian Enhancement Works

Canary Wharf Contractors Ltd are carrying out stair and lift renewal works to improve the pedestrian route between Poplar and Canary Wharf.

We anticipate that these works will be completed by early 2020 and we will offer temporary stair and lift services throughout the project.

The refurbishment will mean an increase of 33% in the capacity of the stairs and over 150% of the lifts.

PROJECT OUTLINE

  • Removal of existing lifts and ancillary equipment
  • Demolition of lift shafts and staircases
  • Construction of new 2 meter wide, lit and drained staircases
  • Construction of new steel lift shafts with metal cladding
  • Installation of new 17 person lifts

If you have any questions regarding the works please contact us at consultation@canarywharf.com

Road

The Limehouse Link tunnel and The Highway provide access to the City and the West End. The Blackwall and Rotherhithe tunnels provide a link across the river to south London.

The A13 has been progressively enhanced in recent years and now provides a three lane highway from Canary Wharf to the M25

Canary Wharf has 6,000 car parking spaces of which 2,500 are provided within public car parks. Canary Wharf also provides pedal and motor cycle parking at several locations.

Click here for information on Parking

Canary Wharf is well served by taxis with a total of 11 taxi ranks that operate 24 hours a day.

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURES*

Notifications of planned road closures on the Estate will appear here. Note also that these can occur at short notice however, every effort will be made to update this information when known.

From 10pm on Tuesday 24 November to 6am on Friday 27 November: Bank Street Westbound exit road will be closed at the east side of 1-5 Bank Street building during the times outlined above to facilitate testing and commissioning works at the exit & entry roads at Bank Street / Westferry Road junction. Access to the loading bay and car park will be maintained for all users. This will be access only. Vehicles exiting 1-5 Bank Street will do so going Eastbound.     

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 9pm on Friday 27 November to 6am on Saturday 28 November: South Colonnade at Cabot Square will be closed during the times outlined above to facilitate a crane operation to install the Christmas trees in Cabot Square areas.  

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 11pm on Friday 27 November to 5am on Monday 30 November: The South Colonnade outside of 20 Canada Square building will be closed during the times outlined above to facilitate a crane operation. Access will still be maintained to Wood Wharf, Churchill Place & Canada Square car parks including all loading bays in the same areas. The rest of the South Colonnade will remain open which will be accessible via Aspen Way and Upper Bank Street.

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 10pm on Monday 30 November to 6am on Thursday 3 December: Bank Street Westbound exit road will be closed at the east side of 1-5 Bank Street building during the times outlined above to facilitate testing and commissioning works at the exit & entry roads at Bank Street / Westferry Road junction. Access to the loading bay and car park will be maintained for all users. This will be access only. Vehicles exiting 1-5 Bank Street will do so going Eastbound.     

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

ONGOING BANK STREET CLOSURES: Due to ongoing construction projects, the western end of Bank Street remains closed to vehicles from Westferry Road but the west-bound lane is now open to vehicles exiting the Estate.

*These dates are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change.

Parking

Canary Wharf has four underground public car parks, three of which lead directly into Cabot, Canada and Jubilee Place shopping malls.

Cabot Square Car Park:Entrance on Cooks Close (use E14 4PA for sat nav)
Canada Square Car Park:Entrance on Montgomery Street (use E14 5EW for sat nav)
Jubilee Place Car Park:Entrance on Bank Street (use E14 5NY for sat nav)
Westferry Circus Car Park:Entrance on West India Avenue (use E14 4HD for sat nav)

Designated bays are available for disabled drivers and parents with children.

There is a height restriction of 2.0m in all car parks and all of the public car parks at Canary Wharf hold Park Mark safer parking awards.

**CASHLESS PAYMENTS**

As a COVID-19 precaution from 1st November 2020 our car parks will not accept cash payments. Please use a debit/credit card or contactless method to pay for your parking session.

Cabot Square, Canada Square & Jubilee Place car parks daily parking tarrif:

MON-SUN 0400 – 1800HRS

0 – 2 hours £4.40
2 – 3 hours £6.00
3 – 4 hours £9.00
4 – 5 hours £13.00
5 – 6 hours £14.00
6 – 10 hours £23.00
Over 10 hours £25.00

Westferry Circus Car park daily parking tarrif:

MON-SUN 0400 – 1800HRS

0 – 2 hours £4.40
2 – 3 hours £6.00
3 – 4 hours £9.00
4 – 5 hours £13.00
Over 5 hours £15.00

Entry after 1800hrs:

0-2 hours: £3.50 and £7.50 thereafter, up to 0700hrs the next morning.

NOTE:

The evening tariff is valid between 1800 hours and 0700 hours.

Vehicles entering before 1800 hours or leaving after 0700 hours will have their total parking time calculated at the displayed daily tariff.

MOTORCYCLES:

£3.00 per visit/day.

SECURE CYCLE PARKING:

Access to our Secure Bicycle Compound in Canada Square Car Park, £12 per calendar month. There are a limited number of available spaces. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

SEASON TICKETS:

There are a limited number of available spaces in the Canary Wharf car parks adjacent to shops and restaurants. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

LOST TICKETS:

Fixed charge of £3.00 plus rate for length of stay.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Charges are for the rental of parking space only. Entry to or use of this car park is at your own risk subject to the Terms and Conditions of Canary Wharf Management Limited. These conditions contain limited exemption clauses affecting all persons who enter or use the car park. Copies of the Terms and Conditions are exhibited within the car park and are available on request.

To thank you for your continued support in these unusual times, we have extended our 3 hours free parking at weekends to every day offer until 31 December 2020.

You can now enjoy 3 hours’ free parking every day in any of our public car parks when you spend £10 at any of our shops, cafés, bars or restaurants. To get 3 hours’ free parking, simply ask for your ticket to be validated at point of purchase and use in the pay on foot machines before returning to your car.

Electric Vehicle Charging in Canada Square Car Park:
There are four dedicated superchargers for Tesla vehicles on Parking level 2. There are fourteen charging points for Polar Plus members on parking level 3. All electric vehicles are subject to the relevant daily parking tariff.

For more information visit www.polar-network.com

For further information on car, motorcycle and bicycle parking, call 020 7418 2752 or email car.parks@canarywharf.com

VALETING SERVICE:

Wharfside Car Valet in Cabot Place Car Park

Wharfside Car Valet in Canada Place Car Park

National Rail

Together they provide links from most of Great Britain and are used by many commuters and visitors travelling to Canary Wharf.

The rail network and many stations are undergoing an extensive programme of improvement that will provide more capacity and new and longer trains. The West Coast Main Line improvements provide more capacity on services into Euston and on other routes improvements are being carried out to enable more 10 and 12 car trains to be operated.

STRATFORD

High-speed domestic services from Kent and the Medway Towns (operated by Southeastern) now stop at Stratford International and St Pancras. Passengers can avoid central London by travelling from St Pancras to Stratford in just 7 minutes. Travel times to Canary Wharf via Stratford from many parts of Kent, including Ashford, Folkestone and the Medway Towns have been significantly reduced. The journey time from Ashford to Stratford takes only 35 minutes.

A regular service into Stratford from Stansted Airport and Hertford East has recently been introduced giving connections from the Bishops Stortford line, with a frequency of 2 trains per hour.

In addition, platform improvements at the Regional Station will enable all mainline services to stop at Stratford.

THAMESLINK

Thameslink services into St Pancras and London Bridge and across central London are currently being improved as part of an upgrade programme to be completed by 2016, with the first phase complete by 2012. The improvements will enable 12-car trains to be operated on the network, and have a future frequency of 24 trains per hour between St Pancras and London Bridge. This provides quicker journeys from Bedford to London Bridge which is 7 minutes from Canary Wharf via the Jubilee Line.

Air

London City Airport, which is less than 3 miles from Canary Wharf, provides services to 50 destinations worldwide and British Airways operated Business Class flights to JFK, New York. Check-in time is only 20 minutes. The DLR serves London City Airport, which is only 14 minutes from Canary Wharf by public transport and 10 minutes by taxi. A private jet centre is also available at London City Airport.

Stansted Airport can be accessed by using the Stansted Express from Liverpool Street Station or services from Stratford with a travel time of approximately one hour. An express bus service also operates from Stratford.

Heathrow Airport can be reached from Canary Wharf in 55 minutes – the Elizabeth line (Crossrail) will reduce the travel time to 42 minutes. National Express has introduced the Dot2Dot service, providing a luxury mini-coach service to Heathrow Airport aimed at business travellers. A pick-up service operates within Canary Wharf.

Gatwick Airport can be accessed from London Bridge via First Capital Connect services and by Gatwick Express services from Victoria – the quickest route is about 45 minutes.

Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)

The Elizabeth line will provide crucial links to Heathrow Airport, the City, West End and the Thames Gateway. It will provide additional rail capacity to support 200,000 jobs on the Isle of Dogs.

The Crossrail Act received royal assent on 23 July 2008 – construction commenced in 2009 and the line will be operational in 2021.

The scheme will include a new Canary Wharf station from where initially 12 10-car trains per hour will operate in each direction to Paddington, Heathrow Airport and Maidenhead in the west and Shenfield, Stratford, Abbey Wood and Woolwich in the east. It will reduce the travel time between Canary Wharf and key transport interchanges such as:

  • Liverpool Street to 7 minutes
  • Farringdon to 9 minutes
  • Bond Street to 13 minutes
  • Heathrow Airport to 39 minutes

Jubilee Line

The Canary Wharf Jubilee line station provides swift connections with travel times of:

  • London Bridge, 7 minutes
  • Waterloo, 11 minutes
  • Westminster, 13 minutes
  • Green Park, 15 minutes
  • Bond Street, 17 minutes
  • Baker Street, 20 minutes

From the Jubilee line it is possible to interchange with all other Underground lines.

You are also able to connect to mainline railways at Canada Water (London Overground), West Hampstead (First Capital Connect), Waterloo (South West Trains), London Bridge (Southern and Govia Thameslink Railway), West Ham (c2c), Stratford (Greater Anglia, London Overground and CTRL).

For 24 hour travel information, contact London Transport on 020 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk

Docklands Light Railway

The DLR network runs from Bank and Tower Gateway to Stratford, Beckton and Lewisham.

There are two DLR stations on the Estate, Canary Wharf and Heron Quays.

Travel times:

  • Bank, 11 minutes
  • Tower Gateway, 11 minutes
  • Stratford, 12 minutes

For 24 hour travel London Transport information visit www.tfl.gov.uk

For further information about the DLR visit www.tfl.gov.uk

Bus

Your choice of bus services:

D3 Bethnal Green to Canary Wharf
D7 Mile End to Canary Wharf
D8 Stratford to Canary Wharf
135 Moorfields to Canary Wharf
277 Highbury and Islington to Canary Wharf
N550 Trafalgar Square to Canary Wharf (Night Bus)

Road closures may affect your journey. Click here for details of planned road closures and current bus diversion routes.

Bus routes during road closures are the responsibility of Transport for London. For 24 hour travel information you can contact them on: 020 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk.

PLANNED ROUTE ALTERATIONS:

From Saturday 11 November, until further notice, bus routes D7, 135 & 277 will not be stopping at the bus stop immediately outside of 8 Canada Square (the HSBC building). The nearest next stop, Bus Stop J, is just 75 yards from the HSBC stop, and is easily accessible.Alterantively, you can use bus stops F or G.

Bus routes D3, D8 and N550, and all coach routes are unaffected.

River Bus

Thames Clippers currently operates four peak services per hour to Canary Wharf pier from central London (Waterloo) in the west and Woolwich in the east.

It takes 30 minutes from Waterloo to Canary Wharf and 29 minutes from Woolwich to Canary Wharf.

Key stops include Westminster, Embankment, Blackfriars, Bankside, London Bridge and Tower Piers to the west and Greenland, Masthouse and Greenwich to the east. A shuttle service from London Bridge to Canary Wharf (13 minutes) also operates every 10 minutes in the peak hours.

In addition to the regular services a shuttle service operates between Surrey Quays and Canary Wharf. Oyster cards are now accepted for Pay-As-You-Go payments on river bus services.

The Canary Wharf pier is located only a few minutes walk from the centre of the Estate, close to Westferry Circus.

 

 

Pedestrian and Cycle Routes

There is a footbridge from the West Wintergarden to South Quay and Upper Bank Street Bridge provides a route to Poplar Station in the north.

Access to Canary Riverside provides links to Limehouse via the Thames Path. There are several cycle routes that provide access to Canary Wharf for cyclists. The London Cycle Network also follows a signed route along the river to Canary Riverside and Riverside South.

Canary Wharf provides extensive cycle parking, with more than 1,300 free cycle parking spaces located across the estate. There are an additional 405 secure cycle parking spaces for public use for which a charge is applied and a further 3,715 private cycle parking spaces within individual building car parks.

Access to our Secure Bicycle Compound in Canada Square Car Park, £12 per calendar month. There are a limited number of available spaces. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

Click here to download the current map showing cycle parking at Canary Wharf

There are 273 Santander Cycle docking stations on the Canary Wharf estate. Those planning to use the scheme can find their closest docking station on the TfL website, where they can also sign up for free cycle training and find out more about the scheme.

Docking stations can be found in the following six locations on the Canary Wharf estate.

  • Jubilee Plaza
  • Fishermans Walk
  • Heron Quay, DLR Concourse
  • South Dock Walk
  • Upper Bank Street
  • Westferry Circus

Transport for London’s Cycle Hire Users’ Code of Conduct suggest some of the following tips for staying safe on your bike:

  • Be careful around lorries, which have numerous blind spots, and never pass them on the left just before, or at, traffic lights
  • Don’t get too close to parked cars
  • Watch out for other vehicles and pedestrians and give clear hand signals to show your intentions
  • Make yourself seen at night by wearing reflective or fluorescent clothing

It costs as little as £2 a day to use Santander Cycles, and the scheme accepts all major credit and debit cards. It does not accept cash or Oyster.

Road closures may affect your journey. Click here for details of planned road closures

PLANNED ACCESS CLOSURES / CHANGES

Notifications of planned closures on the Estate will appear here. Note also that these can occur at short notice however, every effort will be made to update this information when known.

Poplar to Canary Wharf, Pedestrian Enhancement Works

Canary Wharf Contractors Ltd are carrying out stair and lift renewal works to improve the pedestrian route between Poplar and Canary Wharf.

We anticipate that these works will be completed by early 2020 and we will offer temporary stair and lift services throughout the project.

The refurbishment will mean an increase of 33% in the capacity of the stairs and over 150% of the lifts.

PROJECT OUTLINE

  • Removal of existing lifts and ancillary equipment
  • Demolition of lift shafts and staircases
  • Construction of new 2 meter wide, lit and drained staircases
  • Construction of new steel lift shafts with metal cladding
  • Installation of new 17 person lifts

If you have any questions regarding the works please contact us at consultation@canarywharf.com

Road

The Limehouse Link tunnel and The Highway provide access to the City and the West End. The Blackwall and Rotherhithe tunnels provide a link across the river to south London.

The A13 has been progressively enhanced in recent years and now provides a three lane highway from Canary Wharf to the M25

Canary Wharf has 6,000 car parking spaces of which 2,500 are provided within public car parks. Canary Wharf also provides pedal and motor cycle parking at several locations.

Click here for information on Parking

Canary Wharf is well served by taxis with a total of 11 taxi ranks that operate 24 hours a day.

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURES*

Notifications of planned road closures on the Estate will appear here. Note also that these can occur at short notice however, every effort will be made to update this information when known.

From 10pm on Tuesday 24 November to 6am on Friday 27 November: Bank Street Westbound exit road will be closed at the east side of 1-5 Bank Street building during the times outlined above to facilitate testing and commissioning works at the exit & entry roads at Bank Street / Westferry Road junction. Access to the loading bay and car park will be maintained for all users. This will be access only. Vehicles exiting 1-5 Bank Street will do so going Eastbound.     

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 9pm on Friday 27 November to 6am on Saturday 28 November: South Colonnade at Cabot Square will be closed during the times outlined above to facilitate a crane operation to install the Christmas trees in Cabot Square areas.  

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 11pm on Friday 27 November to 5am on Monday 30 November: The South Colonnade outside of 20 Canada Square building will be closed during the times outlined above to facilitate a crane operation. Access will still be maintained to Wood Wharf, Churchill Place & Canada Square car parks including all loading bays in the same areas. The rest of the South Colonnade will remain open which will be accessible via Aspen Way and Upper Bank Street.

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

From 10pm on Monday 30 November to 6am on Thursday 3 December: Bank Street Westbound exit road will be closed at the east side of 1-5 Bank Street building during the times outlined above to facilitate testing and commissioning works at the exit & entry roads at Bank Street / Westferry Road junction. Access to the loading bay and car park will be maintained for all users. This will be access only. Vehicles exiting 1-5 Bank Street will do so going Eastbound.     

TfL are aware and will update amend their bus routes accordingly.

ONGOING BANK STREET CLOSURES: Due to ongoing construction projects, the western end of Bank Street remains closed to vehicles from Westferry Road but the west-bound lane is now open to vehicles exiting the Estate.

*These dates are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change.

Parking

Canary Wharf has four underground public car parks, three of which lead directly into Cabot, Canada and Jubilee Place shopping malls.

Cabot Square Car Park:Entrance on Cooks Close (use E14 4PA for sat nav)
Canada Square Car Park:Entrance on Montgomery Street (use E14 5EW for sat nav)
Jubilee Place Car Park:Entrance on Bank Street (use E14 5NY for sat nav)
Westferry Circus Car Park:Entrance on West India Avenue (use E14 4HD for sat nav)

Designated bays are available for disabled drivers and parents with children.

There is a height restriction of 2.0m in all car parks and all of the public car parks at Canary Wharf hold Park Mark safer parking awards.

**CASHLESS PAYMENTS**

As a COVID-19 precaution from 1st November 2020 our car parks will not accept cash payments. Please use a debit/credit card or contactless method to pay for your parking session.

Cabot Square, Canada Square & Jubilee Place car parks daily parking tarrif:

MON-SUN 0400 – 1800HRS

0 – 2 hours £4.40
2 – 3 hours £6.00
3 – 4 hours £9.00
4 – 5 hours £13.00
5 – 6 hours £14.00
6 – 10 hours £23.00
Over 10 hours £25.00

Westferry Circus Car park daily parking tarrif:

MON-SUN 0400 – 1800HRS

0 – 2 hours £4.40
2 – 3 hours £6.00
3 – 4 hours £9.00
4 – 5 hours £13.00
Over 5 hours £15.00

Entry after 1800hrs:

0-2 hours: £3.50 and £7.50 thereafter, up to 0700hrs the next morning.

NOTE:

The evening tariff is valid between 1800 hours and 0700 hours.

Vehicles entering before 1800 hours or leaving after 0700 hours will have their total parking time calculated at the displayed daily tariff.

MOTORCYCLES:

£3.00 per visit/day.

SECURE CYCLE PARKING:

Access to our Secure Bicycle Compound in Canada Square Car Park, £12 per calendar month. There are a limited number of available spaces. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

SEASON TICKETS:

There are a limited number of available spaces in the Canary Wharf car parks adjacent to shops and restaurants. For more information please call 020 7418 2752 or email carparks@canarywharf.com

LOST TICKETS:

Fixed charge of £3.00 plus rate for length of stay.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Charges are for the rental of parking space only. Entry to or use of this car park is at your own risk subject to the Terms and Conditions of Canary Wharf Management Limited. These conditions contain limited exemption clauses affecting all persons who enter or use the car park. Copies of the Terms and Conditions are exhibited within the car park and are available on request.

To thank you for your continued support in these unusual times, we have extended our 3 hours free parking at weekends to every day offer until 31 December 2020.

You can now enjoy 3 hours’ free parking every day in any of our public car parks when you spend £10 at any of our shops, cafés, bars or restaurants. To get 3 hours’ free parking, simply ask for your ticket to be validated at point of purchase and use in the pay on foot machines before returning to your car.

Electric Vehicle Charging in Canada Square Car Park:
There are four dedicated superchargers for Tesla vehicles on Parking level 2. There are fourteen charging points for Polar Plus members on parking level 3. All electric vehicles are subject to the relevant daily parking tariff.

For more information visit www.polar-network.com

For further information on car, motorcycle and bicycle parking, call 020 7418 2752 or email car.parks@canarywharf.com

VALETING SERVICE:

Wharfside Car Valet in Cabot Place Car Park

Wharfside Car Valet in Canada Place Car Park

National Rail

Together they provide links from most of Great Britain and are used by many commuters and visitors travelling to Canary Wharf.

The rail network and many stations are undergoing an extensive programme of improvement that will provide more capacity and new and longer trains. The West Coast Main Line improvements provide more capacity on services into Euston and on other routes improvements are being carried out to enable more 10 and 12 car trains to be operated.

STRATFORD

High-speed domestic services from Kent and the Medway Towns (operated by Southeastern) now stop at Stratford International and St Pancras. Passengers can avoid central London by travelling from St Pancras to Stratford in just 7 minutes. Travel times to Canary Wharf via Stratford from many parts of Kent, including Ashford, Folkestone and the Medway Towns have been significantly reduced. The journey time from Ashford to Stratford takes only 35 minutes.

A regular service into Stratford from Stansted Airport and Hertford East has recently been introduced giving connections from the Bishops Stortford line, with a frequency of 2 trains per hour.

In addition, platform improvements at the Regional Station will enable all mainline services to stop at Stratford.

THAMESLINK

Thameslink services into St Pancras and London Bridge and across central London are currently being improved as part of an upgrade programme to be completed by 2016, with the first phase complete by 2012. The improvements will enable 12-car trains to be operated on the network, and have a future frequency of 24 trains per hour between St Pancras and London Bridge. This provides quicker journeys from Bedford to London Bridge which is 7 minutes from Canary Wharf via the Jubilee Line.

Air

London City Airport, which is less than 3 miles from Canary Wharf, provides services to 50 destinations worldwide and British Airways operated Business Class flights to JFK, New York. Check-in time is only 20 minutes. The DLR serves London City Airport, which is only 14 minutes from Canary Wharf by public transport and 10 minutes by taxi. A private jet centre is also available at London City Airport.

Stansted Airport can be accessed by using the Stansted Express from Liverpool Street Station or services from Stratford with a travel time of approximately one hour. An express bus service also operates from Stratford.

Heathrow Airport can be reached from Canary Wharf in 55 minutes – the Elizabeth line (Crossrail) will reduce the travel time to 42 minutes. National Express has introduced the Dot2Dot service, providing a luxury mini-coach service to Heathrow Airport aimed at business travellers. A pick-up service operates within Canary Wharf.

Gatwick Airport can be accessed from London Bridge via First Capital Connect services and by Gatwick Express services from Victoria – the quickest route is about 45 minutes.

Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)

The Elizabeth line will provide crucial links to Heathrow Airport, the City, West End and the Thames Gateway. It will provide additional rail capacity to support 200,000 jobs on the Isle of Dogs.

The Crossrail Act received royal assent on 23 July 2008 – construction commenced in 2009 and the line will be operational in 2021.

The scheme will include a new Canary Wharf station from where initially 12 10-car trains per hour will operate in each direction to Paddington, Heathrow Airport and Maidenhead in the west and Shenfield, Stratford, Abbey Wood and Woolwich in the east. It will reduce the travel time between Canary Wharf and key transport interchanges such as:

  • Liverpool Street to 7 minutes
  • Farringdon to 9 minutes
  • Bond Street to 13 minutes
  • Heathrow Airport to 39 minutes