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Area Guide East London

East London covers a large number of districts in London; everything to the east of the City of London including Shoreditch, Hoxton and Canary Wharf. During the Second World War, the East End was ‘Target A’ for bombing because it contained some of the most important dockland areas.

This partly led to lower rents and more available property, which in turn triggered the rise of the area in recent years as businesses have found it easy to get office space. East London is now a popular business district, a place of diversity and a cultural hub.


Setting up your business here

There are a wide range of businesses and industries based in East London and the networking opportunities in this area are fantastic. Canary Wharf is a major financial district of the city and draws some of the biggest and most important financial institutions in the world.


Culture and Entertainment

The Museum of Childhood is a simple and relaxed East London museum offering a beautiful look at childhood through the ages. Featuring notable toys and dolls from history, it also exhibits some more up-to-date examples, making the venue a portal back into childhood for all visitors, no matter their age.

For a more grown-up look at history, the Geffrye Museum charts interior design and decor through the ages. The visitor is able to walk through a series of rooms which take them through the decades. Notable galleries include the Whitechapel Gallery, Calvert 22 and the Barbican Art Gallery.


Eating out

For those who prefer a more casual meal, the Hoxton Grill is a popular American-style diner featuring exposed brick walls and red leather booth, a varied menu and plenty of drinks options. If you are looking for more traditional British food with an elegant twist, The Clove Club is a former pub on Commercial Street, which has been reinvented as a trendy gastropub serving unique takes on British classics, and a varied menu of cocktails. The menu is always changing, so it is definitely a restaurant to visit more than once, and the five-course menu makes for a real gastronomic experience.


Transport links

  • Underground Stations: London Bridge, Shoreditch, Canary Wharf, Stratford
  • Tube lines: Jubilee, Overground, DLR
  • Mainline stations: Liverpool Street, Stratford, Stratford International
  • Nearest airports: London City (22 min), Gatwick (1 hr 10 min)
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M25, M11
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