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Delivering the goods


210 years have passed since the first ships sailed into London Dock laden with precious cargo. As one of several sets of docks in the historic port of London, the London Docks specialised in importing exotic commodities which included ivory, rum, tea, coffee, cocoa, wine and tobacco from right across the globe. Although the docks finally closed in 1969 following more than 150 years of trading, before becoming home to News International’s headquarters, the area’s proud tradition of delivering the goods is set to continue. 


Premier Estates have just been appointed by St George City Limited to manage their prestigious London Dock development. In addition to 1,800 high quality apartments and penthouses, the Patel Taylor designed development will provide outstanding hotel-style facilities exclusively for residents including a swimming pool, spa, squash court, private cinema and a virtual golf simulator together with beautifully landscaped open spaces, shops, bars and restaurants.


We have been instructed over 18 months ahead of the first residents taking occupation and are currently working with St George on planning for the management of this exceedingly high profile development to ensure that everybody will receive the five-star levels of service that they will expect from one of the Capital’s most exclusive addresses.

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Whilst some of the original buildings such as the Grade II listed Pennington Street Warehouse still remain as a legacy of London Dock’s trading past, they also represent the commercial future through providing ample space for business premises.


As London Dock now embarks on the next phase of its illustrious journey, Premier Estates’ Managing Director Ben Jordan says: “We are all extremely proud and excited to be involved with the management of one of the capital’s most iconic and eagerly anticipated new developments, not to mention working alongside St George, London’s leading developer.”

 

For more information on this development please click here.