Poplar, east London
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Our self-contained 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed flats in Poplar are within easy reach of Langdon Park and All Saints DLR providing quick access to Stratford and Bank. You’re nearby to riverside walks and leisure activities, as well as the colourful murals on Aberfeldy Street, specially commissioned in 2020 to reflect the vibrant local community.

What’s available?: A 2-bed flat and 2.5-bed maisonette are available to view. 1-bed flats will be available soon.

The properties

Outdoor space: In under five minutes’ walk you can find lovely green spots including Braithwaite Park, Aberfeldy Millenium Green and Leven Road Green. Within a 10 minute stroll, you can escape the bustle of the city with pleasant walks along the River Lea and over the Blue Bridge to Bow Creek Ecology Park. You can soak up the natural habitats and wildlife on this peninsula whilst enjoying views across the water of TheO2, a large entertainment complex.

Parking/bike storage: You can store your bike inside the property. There is parking available on streets nearby but a permit is needed.

Please note that photos on this page represent the range of spaces we manage and do not necessarily depict the space you may move into. You will have an opportunity to see the flats at a later stage, at a private, or in-person group viewing.

The high street

Within easy reach of the properties, you can access a pharmacy; Londis convenience store; doctor’s surgery, and Aberfeldy Neighbourhood Centre which has a cafe serving drinks and light bites.

Chrisp Street Market is a ten minute walk away and offers access to a large Co-op Food; Iceland; Boots; Savers health and beauty shop; charity shops and a marketplace with fruit and veg stalls.

Make sure to check out the vibrant murals on Aberfeldy Street – commissioned by Poplar Harca to encourage people to shop locally where possible. A small team of people worked to transform the road for six weeks during lockdown 2020. The patterns were inspired by the local community and business owners who donated old clothes and textiles. The aim was to reflect the social history of the area – with east London being associated with the manufacturing of textiles since the 18th century, and the Jewish and Bengali communities who lived there. Discover more about this new public artwork.

Arts and leisure

A 15 minute walk past the River Lea towards the Thames will bring you to Trinity Buoy Wharf. This Docklands art centre providing artists’ studios, gallery space and rehearsal rooms is a hidden gem of east London. Tucked away to the left of East India Dock Basin, you can discover a lively atmosphere with fun music, stunning views across the city and some excellent food. Check out the Orchard Cafe for a weekend brunch and Fatboys Diner for a classic 1950s style pitstop while exploring the local area.

Poplar Baths Leisure Centre and Gym is a 10 minute stroll down East India Dock Road, and offers a newly refurbished gym offering a variety of fitness classes for all. There is also a 25m swimming pool as well as a rooftop football pitch.

How to apply

If you want to be the first to find out more about our great property and attend a viewing, complete our online application form.

Find out more about the process of applying to become a property guardian and our eligibility criteria.