London's Docklands, 2000-now. Recent Developments.
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The Dome
ExCeL
Thames Barrier Park
Slice of Reality
New Atlas Wharf
Barrier Point
Fraser Place Apartments
Greenwich Yacht Club


[Last updated 21/04/2007]

This is a photographic chronology of developments in London's Docklands.
It covers the whole of the Thames Gateway (everything east of Tower Bridge)
and especially the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf areas.
For more in the series, visit these pages:


2000: The Millennium Dome
The biggest dome in world. Built on the Greenwich prime meridian, with 12 support towers and a diameter of 365m.
The Dome

ExCeL
2000: ExCeL (phase one)
London's largest single site exhibition centre.
Project site

2000: Thames Barrier Park
London's first riverside park for 50 years.
The long green trench shown here was created as a reminder of the docks heritage of the area, and provides a sheltered area.
Project site
Thames Barrier Park

Slice of Reality
2000: A Slice of Reality
A slice of an old dredger "moored" next to the dome (it's artwork).

2000: New Atlas Wharf
Isle of Dogs
New Atlas Wharf

Barrier Point
2000: Barrier Point
Silvertown. 250 homes

2000: Fraser Place Apartments, Blackwall
Fraser Place Apartments

Greenwich Yacht Club
2000: Greenwich Yacht Club - new clubhouse
As part of the Dome development, the Greenwich Yacht Club is moved to a new clubhouse, on the former Peartree Wharf.
Project site



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