The Mayor of London needs your help to choose a street address for the new home for City Hall at the Royal Docks.
CMRB has been involved in discussions on renaming the street which will be the official address of the Mayor of London when the Greater London Authority Offices move to the Royal Docks.
The winning street name will be announced in July.
The three shortlisted names are:
This name celebrates ordinary people in the Royal Docks and across London. It also reflects how City Hall will be a place to meet our city's representation, as well as a nod to local activism, specifically the "People’s Plan for the Royal Docks" from the 1980s.
Kamal Chunchie Way
This name champions the untold stories of the ethnically diverse seafarers in the Royal Docks' history. Kamal Chunchie was a race relations pioneer from Sri Lanka who founded The Coloured Men's Institute in 1926 for sailors and local residents - this is a chance to honour and celebrate this important history.
World's Gate Way
This name highlights the Royal Docks as London's gateway. The docks didn’t just bring in goods - people came to the docks from all over the world
Access the survey
See more information.