Canary Wharf is London’s largest financial centre after the City of London, where many of the UK’s tallest buildings are located.
Having undergone a massive renovation project in the late 1980s, Canary Wharf has a sleek and modern feel, with great accessibility for wheelchair and pushchair users.
The area is well served by private healthcare providers, offering a range of medical services. Many private practitioners, such as Dr Wayne Cottrell, are conveniently located within one of Canary Wharf’s three main shopping centres, Cabot Place, Canada Place and Jubilee Place. These centres can be easily accessed via London Underground and the DLR.
Zone 2: Canary Wharf, West India Quay, Heron Quays, South Quay
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Parking is widely available at one of four underground parking lots. Three of these are directly connected to Canary Wharf’s shopping centres. Free parking during the weekends and bank holidays is available for shoppers who spend over £10 in one of the malls. View Canary Wharf’s Car Park Tariff here.