Following on from the rush of interest over Canary Wharf’s newest developments, could the latest residential offering also be a quick sell-out?

Developed by Berkeley and designed by Foster + Partners, South Quay Plaza will be one of the tallest residential blocks in Europe, standing at 68 storeys high.

Developers are planning to build three blocks as part of South Quay Plaza and delivering a total of 888 new homes through a 68-storey tower (on sale now) and a smaller 36-storey tower, which were given planning permission in March 2015. The third block is awaiting planning permission.

Within the development there will be a new creche, shops, 1.6 acres of open space, restaurants and leisure facilities and also the provision of land for a second footbridge leading from Canary Wharf to South Quay.

It will be built just across the docks from the Canary Wharf estate in South Quay and just around the corner from Maine Tower - the residential block that sold-out all of its 230 flats in less than five hours when it went on sale at the end of June .

Canary Wharf estate’s first residential development 10 Park Drive also received a huge influx of interest. More than 3,000 people registered for the chance to snap up one of the 345 apartments that went on sale on July 9.

Head to the Four Seasons Hotel in Canary Wharf to register an interest by July 17.