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Information about parking in Canary Wharf
Driving to Canary Wharf is becoming easier by the day, with this financial district on London Docklands being an integral part of the city. The nearby A13 connects Canary Wharf directly to the M25, and the Blackwall and Rotherhithe tunnels make it simple to reach from South of the River.
Some additional information about parking in canary wharf, to cater to all your parking needs
Canary Wharf is made up of largely pedestrianised, narrow, busy streets and parking on them is very difficult – with spaces being mostly permit-restricted at all times. Parking is permitted on some streets further south on the Isle of Dogs, such as on Millharbour, but spaces are very limited and quite expensive. It is recommended to use the off-street parking available, or park up and commute in from further afield via public transport.
To find information about on-street parking in Canary Wharf and see what’s available, use our online parking map.