London Connections


Leven Wharf is close to DLR and tube services at Canning Town and Langdon Park, All Saints and East India Quay stations. Each gives easy access to Canary Wharf, London City Airport, Stratford International for Eurostar services and Bank for the City; plus the new Crossrail service will run through Pudding Lane DLR station from 2019, taking you directly to Liverpool Street, Tottenham Court Road and London Heathrow.
By Underground, the Jubilee line from Canning Town station takes you straight to London Bridge, Waterloo, Stratford International and Westminster.


Road connections are excellent, with the nearby A13 dual carriageway leading to the North Circular, M1 and M11, as well as south to the Blackwall Tunnel under the Thames.


Crossrail is Europe’s largest infrastructure project. Opening in 2018 it will stretch from Reading and Heathrow in the west, across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east accessible from Custom House Station in just 14 minutes.


The DLR is 40 kilometres long with 45 stations that link the Docklands to the City, City Airport, Stratford International (for Eurostar) and Crossrail. Nearby Canning Town station gives easy access to Canary Wharf and North Greenwich (O2 arena and London City Airport), Stratford International, London Bridge and Waterloo.