Bow Quarter is located close to several large parks:

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 
Home of the 2012 Olympic Games

Victoria Park 
One of London's most visited green spaces

Mile End Park
On the banks of Regent’s Canal

The development is also close to the Westfield shopping centre in Stratford. It is located within walking distance of DLR and underground stations, Roman Road shops and local amenities and it is ideal for people working in the West End, The City and Canary Wharf.


Nearby tube station

Bow Road Zone 2, District and Hammersmith & City lines (four stops via Mile End to Liverpool Street, nine minutes; nine stops to Oxford Circus, 20 minutes)


Stratford is very well connected, including the seven-minute Javelin service to St Pancras International. It will also have a Crossrail station.

Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

Bow Church Zone 2 (two stops east to Stratford, four minutes; six stops to Canary Wharf, nine minutes).


Several bus routes stop close to Bow Quarter including routes 8, 25 and 205.

International airports nearby

- London City Airport (30 minutes from Bow Church DLR; 20 minutes by car)

- Stansted Airport (55 minutes from Bow Church by National Express Coach; 30 minutes by car).

Driving instructions and ordering taxis

Because of the size of the estate the gates do not all have the same post code. You will need to use the correct one if programming a satnav or ordering a taxi. Please see this downloadable set of instructions.


Living at Bow Quarter

The Bow Quarter offers a range of facilities and services in a very secure environment.


The mature landscaped gardens at Bow Quarter provide an oasis of calm in an inner-city setting and are popular with all residents.


Bow Quarter’s full-time concierge team is dedicated to keeping residents safe and providing them with essential services. They are available 24 hours a day and are here to help.  

Facilities and Services

On-site facilities include a leisure centre, a food store, laundry services and secure parking – everything residents need to make life easier.


A large proportion of Bow Quarter dwellings are in the former Bryant & May match factory. It was from here that the Match Girls went on strike in 1888.


Bow Quarter is a close community and residents have set up several thriving grass-roots clubs and Facebook groups.

Estate map

The Bow Quarter comprises a mixture of historic and modern buildings and, because of its size, covers several post codes. This map will help you find your way around.