Our growth and success must be inclusive and shared with our wider London community
The Docklands has seen some of the greatest economic change in Europe. We took on the challenge to integrate new companies into the local area, to promote inclusive growth and living the values and principles of being a good neighbour.
Our aim is to create quality, inclusive and sustainable districts that emerge through close working partnerships with our neighbours and stakeholders. We are committed to opening the widest possible economic opportunities to local people, supporting relevant programmes and initiatives as well as providing cultural, sporting and artistic activities.
We continue to share the benefits of our construction projects by employing people within the community and support programmes and organisations which assist in the creation of direct or indirect opportunities for local people.
Our events, activities and support reach out not just to those who work at Canary Wharf, but the wider local population. It’s a key part of our community engagement programme.
Through fostering collaboration we have the potential to achieve significant outcomes of both individual and collective benefit. Our Tenant Sustainability Forum is our mechanism through which tenants can share learning, best practice and data on a range of sustainability issues, and help us to define a sustainable culture on the Estate. We are continually collaborating to share experiences and learning, and will encourage others to do the same.