Former youth club in Canning Town, E16 Currently Full

Dot Dot Dot is excited to present a former youth club in Canning Town, in partnership with Community Links, an east London based charity who own the building. The property itself is on the site of the old Canning Town Library and the Community Links office, and so it will maintain close ties with the charity who will be able to assist you with volunteering.

The Property

This two storey property is comprised of a kitchen, bathroom and two spacious living rooms on the ground floor, and three rooms on the top floor for you to use however you like. There are no laundry facilities, however there is a laundrette within 2 minutes walk. It is situated with immediate access to Barking Road high street where you can find supermarkets, restaurants and plenty of other useful amenities. At just 5 minutes walk from Canning Town station, it is extremely well-located for fast access to Stratford and central London on DLR and Jubilee lines.

We think this interesting and quirky property is perfect for a couple, so apply now if you think this could be you!

More information and next steps

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  • Large former youth club
  • Immediate access to Barking Road, with supermarkets, restaurants and useful amenities
  • Plenty of space to use however you choose

Transport Links

  • Canning Town station: 5 minutes walk
  • Stratford: 25 minutes by DLR
  • London Bridge: 20 minutes by Jubilee Line

Popular Volunteering at this Location

Dot Dot Dot supports all of its guardians to volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. Find out more about how volunteering and guardianship go together. Take a look at some of the volunteering opportunities in this area.
  • Community Links: Community Links is a community charity based in east London. Their mission is to support groups of people to work together in order to remove barriers, prevent the recurrence of problems, and to progress and thrive in their communities. Volunteers are a crucial element for Community Links in order for them to instill positive development in east London.

Fees & Costs

  • Monthly licence fee: £680pcm sole occupancy / £340pcm per guardian for couples
  • Refundable security payment (equivalent of 5 weeks’ fees): £785 for sole occupancy / £392 per person for couples
  • Fees include council tax and utilities
  • No hidden costs, service charges or admin fees
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