Alex Neil Estate Agents in Surrey Quays were established in 1984 and are one of the longest standing and most experienced. We provide sales
and property management
throughout Surrey Quays, Rotherhithe
and Canada Water
Our experience and customer service levels have been recognized by independent review sight allAgents, we are multiple “Best Estate Agent
” category award winners. You can find out more about our team here
and we maintain an active Latest News/Blog
featuring property market comment, local area updates and other useful information.
Surrey Quays is in the London Borough of Southwark
within postcode area SE16
and travel zone 2. The area forms a peninsula on the southern side of the River Thames opposite Canary Wharf. Rotherhithe Street runs along the perimeter of much of the peninsular, there are many riverside developments and warehouse conversions here like Globe Wharf and Canada Wharf. The peninsula also contains the Rotherhithe
area. Surrey Quays was previously known as Surrey Commercial Docks and adopted its current name from Surrey Quays Shopping Centre
which opened in 1988.
The area was derelict for many years following the closure of the working docks and both Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina have more of a lifestyle feel to them these days. In 1981 the creation of the London Docklands Development Corporation instigated major redevelopment to many parts of Rotherhithe peninsula and surrounding areas.
Over 5000 brand new homes were developed and ranged from apartment complexes and flats to larger townhouses and waterside homes. South Dock itself was also transformed into a marina which is the largest in London, it is now a pleasant place to enjoy a walk. A second phase of regeneration is underway, known as the ‘Canada Water Masterplan
’, which will bring new facilities to the area including educational, retail, entertainment and office space.
are plentiful, you can already find overground trains from Surrey Quays Station, the Jubilee Line at Canada Water station links to Canary Wharf
which will link to Crossrail
and the DLR. Canary Wharf workers can also take an aquatic route to work utilising the River Bus
options from Greenland Surrey Quays Pier and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside.
Stave Hill Ecological Park forms part of Russia Dock Woodland and is looked after as nature reserve for educational and research purposes and a place of recreation. Nearby Southwark Park offers 63 acres of parkland for people to enjoy, Southwark Atheltics
and Seven Islands Leisure Centre
will provide for many seeking health kicks of many types.
Exciting new developments, Jubilee Line connections one stop from Canary Wharf transport links
continue to make Surrey Quays a very popular location to live. Our busy office can assist when you need to establish the sales
value of your home, or when you are seeking to purchase
Area choices are subjective and staying south of the river you could also consider Bermondsey
or north into Wapping