Lifestyle & location

Perfectly placed to enjoy
London's best bits

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The wider regeneration

Life at Leaside Lock is about balance. It’s a
place where the every day is elevated and
lifestyle takes centre stage. Here, there’s
something for everyone.

Explore the great outdoors

Explore the great outdoors

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The neighbourhood

With two tube lines running through Bromley-by-Bow station, the DLR at Devons Road and numerous bus stops nearby, travel options from Leaside Lock are varied.

Hop on your bike to travel along the Cycle Superhighway or use the towpath where you can make it all the way along the water’s edge to Canary Wharf.

Hackney Wick, Here East and Stratford provide a multitude of places to eat, from cool, creative Pizzerias and independent establishments to chains that serve your favourite selections.

Leaside Lock’s local, The Galvanisers Union has everything a classic pub should have. An impressive beer menu, locally renowned roast beef and prices that make you smile as much as the weekly comedy nights.

Print House offers sourdough pizza, charcuterie boards and something tangy from the mezcal bar. All served on the terrace with a side of table tennis.


At Leaside Lock, waterside living comes into its own. There’s little else as tranquil as a sunrise stroll along the River Lea, over bridges and under willow trees, as colourful narrowboats ripple across the water.

A short walk down the reedy path is Limehouse Cut, the oldest canal in the capital. With a floating towpath, kayaking and wildlife to spot, it’s the ideal place to reconnect with nature.

For space to run and share an afternoon picnic, Three Mills Green is located under a 5-minute walk from Leaside Lock.

A wander through Bow leads to Mile End Park, another canal-side retreat and at its most northernly tip sits all 200 acres of Victoria Park. Cafés, sports facilities, playgrounds and world-class events are all found here.


Two tube lines run through Bromley-by-Bow Station, the DLR at Devons Road and numerous bus stops nearby, travel times from Leaside Lock are rapid. The Cycle Superhighway and canal towpath add convenience with a view and London City Airport is within touching distance.

Cycle times

Olympic Park

8 min

Limehouse Cut

8 min

Victoria Park

11 min


12 min

Canary Wharf

16 min

Bethnal Green

16 min

Devons Road (DLR)


9 min

Canary Wharf

14 min


27 min


30 min


Leaside Lock fuses East London expression with the refinement of the West End, where an afternoon spent discovering the latest art exhibition in Bow is followed by drinks on the residents’ roof terrace. The best of the capital is encapsulated in one destination, with a doorstep full of options.




Distances taken from Walking times taken from and are approximate only. Tube times taken from and are approximate only.