With an opening date of the 1st July 2022, a one month deposit will secure you a narrow beam mooring of up to 22m in length on this brand new development, in the heart of London’s vibrant docklands.
The facilities include 32 amp shore based power supply, water tap to the pontoon, pump out from the berth remote entry system, and a storage box on site.
If you are interested in this mooring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further and confirm start date of the contract.
Bramley Falls has been designed for Narrow Boats and Widebeams and is one of the Canal & River Trust's premium mooring sites in London catering for boats up to 25m.
It is conveniently located just off the River Thames, just minutes away from Canary Wharf, with its excellent shops, bars and restaurants.
Bramley Falls offers facilities for up to a maximum 16 vessels.
Pepper Street passes to the north of the moorings, access to moorings is via towpath which is approximately 150 meters walk to pier head gate.
Canary Wharf (Jubilee Line)
The mooring site comprises a walkway pontoon running parallel to the west wall of the dock with piled pontoon fingers for mooring off the main pontoon.
There is no car parking at this site. There are a number of car parking spaces in Canary Wharf which are within a 10 minute walk from the site.
Storage boxes are provided on site.
All customer items must be stored on boats or allocated storage box, no items can be stored on surrounding land areas/pontoons.
The local rules for this site dictate the type and style of boat suitable for this mooring.
IMPORTANT NOTES: The nearby area is currently under construction. Potential customers should be aware of the likely impact of these development works and the increased potential for dirt, noise and dust.
The mooring for a vessel, such as a Widebeam, that is a Qualifying Ship for VAT purposes (i.e. that is suitable for residential living accommodation and rated at over 15 tons for VAT purposes) will be zero-rated and the mooring fee will be adjusted accordingly. This is subject to receipt of a signed declaration and relevant evidence which must be supplied by moorers if requested.
No public access to boats
The site can be seen from the quay edge at Pepper Street or Glengall Bridge. The site is gated so access to the site must be arranged with the Canal & River Trust Moorings Manager.