London City Cruise Port

London City Skyline

The Development

About

London City Cruise Port is the ambitious project to create the first dedicated cruise terminal in central London, designed to accommodate medium size cruise ships from around the world. Situated in a prime location on the banks of London’s river Thames, the cruise port is equidistant between the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site and Greenwich Peninsula with easy access to Canary Wharf and the O2 arena.

Passengers will disembark to a newly redeveloped area, Enderby Place, fittingly named after Samuel Enderby, a maritime explorer. Featuring residential accommodation; a sympathetic redevelopment of Enderby House and increased public realm with riverside park and viewing deck. The site will also have a river bus berth linking the development to central London.

London City Cruise Port will be London’s most central cruise port with alongside port facilities, giving visitors a world class welcome within close proximity to major maritime attractions and exclusive experiences in the most cultural and historic hubs of Greenwich and London. It is well served by an established transport network of riverboat services and London Underground, Docklands Light Railway and National Rail stations to the centre of London, and all London airports are nearby.

Opening dates for the cruise terminal will be announced shortly.

London City Cruise Port River Map

Contact

For non-planning issue enquiries, please contact:

Flagship Consulting
020 7680 7114
Jackie.murphy@flagshipconsulting.co.uk
Belinda.hallworth@flagshipconsulting.co.uk