British Land is working in partnership with Southwark Council to develop plans for the Canada Water Masterplan which will create a new town centre for the area. The Masterplan covers a 46 acre site incorporating Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, the SE16 Printworks, Surrey Quays Leisure Park and the Dock Manager’s Office and 1 - 14 Dock Offices.
A new town centre at Canada Water with around 2 million sq ft of office and workspace, up to 3,500 new homes and around 1 million sq ft of retail, leisure, entertainment and community space, set in a network of streets and spaces connected to the wider area
A new town square with public space for events and external dining and public open spaces for all to enjoy.
Dock crossing linking the edges of Canada Water Dock, plus ecological enhancements and the potential for a new boardwalk over the wetlands.
A vibrant mix of uses including shopping, workspace, food and drink, leisure, entertainment, community space, a hotel and the potential to accommodate a new leisure centre.
An intimate network of pedestrian streets at the heart of the town centre, including a Dock Link between Canada Water Dock and Greenland Dock and the new high street.
A new park linking Russia Dock Woodland, Southwark Park and Surrey Quays Station.
Landscaped pedestrian and cycle routes linking through the site to Southwark Park and Russia Dock Woodland.
Dock link Square – a new community square with a waterside route and space for local and independent retailers
A planning application will be submitted in Spring 2018. Subject to planning approval in Autumn 2018, the first phase could start on site in Spring 2019. The target date for completion is 2033.
To stay up to date with the proposals as they develop, visit www.canadawatermasterplan.com