Barking Riverside lies beside two kilometres of beautiful river Thames frontage. Its close proximity to Barking town centre, the City of London, Canary Wharf and the beautiful Essex countryside makes it the perfect location.
The development is centrally located within the London Riverside Area, part of the larger Thames Gateway redevelopment zone, which is transforming the east London environment. It is one of the largest development sites in the UK and one of the largest brownfield regeneration developments throughout Europe.
The site is the location of the former Barking Power Station; the river frontage includes a disused wharf, pier and wider areas of untouched natural landscapes, spreading east towards Dagenham.
Residents at Barking Riverside London will have fast access to central London with the delivery of a new railway line.UndergroundOvergroundBus StopsAirport
Food & Drink
A great selection of places for a relaxing meal and drink.RestaurantsBars
A choice of green spaces nearby, including Greatfields Park, just under 6 hectares, with quiet areas and a range of sport facilities. Also, enjoy decadence at the National Trust’s Eastbury Manor House.Nature ReservesParksSports GroundOpen Spaces
With gyms, swimming pools, leisure centres and a multi-sports centre nearby there is every opportunity to keep in shape.Gyms & Spas
Shops & Amenities
With supermarkets nearby and new shops planned including the Caspian Quarter there will be a shopping choice for all occasions.ShoppingEntertainmentLocal attractions
There are many other established schools and colleges in the area, with the largest free school in the country opening in September 2017Primary SchoolsSecondary SchoolsSpecialist Schools
A brand new station will unlock the connectivity of the site; Transport for London (TFL) has started preparation work on the new London Overground Station for Barking Riverside, which is on track to open in 2021. The extension to the Gospel Oak to Barking line will link the new station to Barking. Trains will be every 15 minutes and will take just 6 minutes to get to Barking Station, where you can connect to the C2C line into Fenchurch Street, as well as the District and Hammersmith and City underground lines.
Currently, regular buses run a 24 hour service from Barking Riverside to Dagenham Dock Stations.
*All times provided by tfl.gov.uk
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Barking Riverside London has already received significant acclaim for its pioneering design and layout. BRL is committed to improving the local infrastructure, meaning that the development will feature new healthcare facilities, open space, public squares, transport links and new schools, as well as new restaurant, shopping, community and leisure facilities.
Barking Power Station
The power station remained operational until the 1980’s when the last of the main turbine buildings were demolished.
Two former power station buildings remain on site, but are derelict, along with substantial underground power infrastructure that will require removal, upgrading or diverting as part of the regeneration of the site.
Barking Riverside London is committed to retaining the two former buildings for future use as part of the redevelopment. They are the prize assets of the project that will be integral in the regeneration and it is planned that they will include some form of public or service use.