28 New Residential Berths in London!
Waterside Mooring have received approval to create 28 new residential mooring berths, across three new sites, with completion due by the end of 2018.
Millwall Outer Dock - London Docklands
Located in the shadow of Canary Wharf, this mooring site is due for completion in Autumn 2018.
The site is for residential use and will accommodate 16 boats, 12 narrowboats and four widebeams. Each berth will come complete with water, electricity and pump-out direct to the berth. There will also be bike and bin storage on the pontoon.
Millwall Outer Dock forms part of the 110-acre West India and Millwall Dock system on the Isle of Dogs in East London and is accessed via the River Thames Navigation. The site has excellent transport links, with two DLR stations within a 10-minute walk.
Hazlemere Marina, River Lee
Situated in the heart of the Lea Valley, this mooring site is due for completion in late 2018.
The site is for residential use and will accommodate four boats, two narrowboats and two widebeams. Each berth will come complete with water, electricity and pump-out direct to each berth. A boater's facility block with Elsan and rubbish disposal is also provided on site.
The historic town of Waltham Abbey is only five minutes' away on foot and excellent road and rail links into London and the M25 are close to the site.
Hayes Moorings, Grand Union Canal
Due to complete in late 2018, these moorings will comprise of eight residential narrowboat berths
The site's central position in Hayes town centre allows easy access to local shops and amenities together with fast transport links to central London via the Elizabeth Line, due to open in December 2019.
This gated site will have facilites including water and electricity, pump-out and refuse disposal.
Vacancies at the new Waterside Mooring sites will be allocated via the auction system here on watersidemooring.com. If you would like to be notified when the vacancies are released please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest, using the site name as the email subject.