Perfectly placed

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Maltlock Apartments, Aberfeldy Street, London E14 0NU

The migration East continues to gather pace, and the outstanding ratio of cost to “liveability” not found elsewhere makes this area a shining light in the capital.

The dynamism of the City, Canary Wharf and Stratford continues to ripple out to Poplar and create transformational levels of change in quality of life and investment potential.

Being so close to East India DLR, the rail and Underground network at Canning Town and with Crossrail arriving in 2018, Maltlock Apartments will afford residents one of the most well-connected locations in the capital.

Skyline
East India Dock
Bars
Canary Wharf
Restaurants

Transport

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Canning Town
Tube

Canning Town Tube station is approximately 8 minutes walk from the development, providing direct access onto the Jubilee Line.

Canning Town
DLR

Canning Town DLR station is located with the Tube station and provides direct access to the City Airport and Excel exhibition center to the East and the City and Canary Wharf to the West.

East India
DLR

Another nearby DLR station is East India, which is approximately 8 minutes walk from the development.

By road
and taxi

With major roads A12 and A13 (East India Dock Road) both close by, Maltlock Apartments is superbly placed to access the motorway network including the M11 for Stansted Airport or the M25.

By bus
or bike

There are many bus stops surrounding Maltlock Apartments. The routes include the 115, 309, N15, N550, N551 and 277. There’s also a Santander Cycle stand on Aberfeldy Street with 16 bikes to choose from.

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From Canning Town station

O2 Arena
2 mins
Canary Wharf
4 mins
Westfield
5 mins
The City
15 mins
Bond Street
20 mins
Knightsbridge
27 mins
Waterloo
27 mins

From East India DLR station

O2 Arena
4 mins
Canary Wharf
4 mins
Westfield
5 mins
The City
15 mins
Bond Street
20 mins

Crossrail from Canary Wharf

Liverpool Street
8 mins
Farringdon
11 mins
Bond Street
17 mins
Heathrow Airport
43 mins

London Crossrail

Crossrail

Scheduled for staged completion during 2018, Crossrail will offer direct fast routes to Heathrow, Liverpool Street, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street and Paddington. The opening of the line will dramatically enhance commuting time from the locale.

A recent property feasibility study states that property near Crossrail stations could enjoy price increses of up to 25% simply based on their proximity to the new stations. The study states:

“Crossrail is more than a new rail link, it will be a catalyst for regeneration in key locations and a driver of London’s continued growth, in particular from a property perspective.”

Work/Play

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Stratford

The legacy of the 2012 London Olympics is a state of the art infrastructure, venues and facilities, positioning East London as a major force in the capital.

Stratford is a major force in London retailing and leisure. As well as lots of great new sporting venues, parks and education facilities, the Olympic development brought Westfield, the fantastic leisure and retail centre. With a multitude of recreational venues, over 300 shops and 80 places to eat only five minutes away on the train from Maltlock Apartments, you’ll be able to literally “shop ’til you drop.”

Billions of pounds of investment have made this one of Europe’s largest retal environments and its million visitors per week have turned neighbouring areas into desirable London residential hotspots.

Eating
Westfield Stratford
Restaurants
Shopping

Canary Wharf

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The world’s fastest growing financial district is set to double over the next decade. Living nearby will be ever more desirable to ever increasing numbers of people seeking the perfect work/life balance.

A workforce of 95 thousand people populate this 15 million sqft mini-metropolis. It’s the home to global brands, banks, legal and accountancy firms as well as corporate giants — all of which attract a high calibre workforce demanding the very best of modern life. Canary Wharf delivers this by the bucket load, with 200 top-end shops, restaurants, cafés and bars boasting all of the high street favourites as well as niche outlets and artisan retailers..

The O2 Arena
Cable Cars
Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf

Culture

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East London is widely regarded as the captial’s creative hub and is home to many of the art world’s celebrity A-list. Culture and The Arts in all its forms find outlets in every guise, with the emphasis on being inclusive to all, breaking down traditional barriers.

The O2 Arena needs no introduction, and is within easy reach for a night out. Canary Wharf and Stratford both boast a cultural pedigree with art installations by celebrated artists and gallery spaces. The East End itself oozes cool and is firmly established as London’s new creative hub. Culture and The Arts in all its forms find outlets in every guise, with the emphasis on being inclusive to all and breaking down traditional barriers.

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Love where you live

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Not only is the area nestled neatly between the capital’s major financial and retail centres, but the immediate vicinity is set to receive a huge £100 million injection of government money, benefiting Maltlock Apartment residents further still.

Since its link to ship building in Tudor times, the silk industry in the 17th century, and later the spice traders of the East India company, Poplar has steadily increased in stature from under 8 thousand inhabitants to over 43 thousand today. The massive increase in demand for East London property has seen Poplar becoming a more and more desirable place to settle in and is attracting high calibre residents from other established areas of the city.