The health and safety of those that work, visit and live in Canary Wharf is of paramount importance to us.
It is now compulsory for visitors to wear face coverings when inside our shopping malls. This is a UK government requirement and it is an individual’s responsibility to adhere to. Our staff will be encouraging visitors to comply with this requirement.
We have implemented measures throughout our malls, buildings and spaces to ensure that visitors can remain safe whilst using these facilities and to enable the Estate to remain open. These measures adhere to the guidance set out by the UK government and Public Health England on social distancing and hygiene management practices set out by the UK government and Public Health England.
In our malls we have implemented:
Shops, services, cafés, bars and restaurants are now open at Canary Wharf and our COVID-19 secure system remains in place throughout the shopping malls and public realm with one-way routes in the malls, an enhanced deep cleaning regime, and a number of other measures to help people stay safe while on the Estate. The revised social distancing guidelines of one-metre plus are now in place, and all parks and public spaces are open.
In addition to TfL’s arrangements, to enable access to the Estate the following have been implemented:
We are in regular contact with our office and retail tenants, as well as TfL and Tower Hamlets, to ensure we are all aligned on the measures taken to keep visitors to Canary Wharf safe.
As and when any further measures are announced by UK Government, we will respond accordingly.
In the meantime, the Canary Wharf Group would like to thank all our front-line staff and those across the Estate working through this difficult time.