The architect responsible for the Hurlingham Club’s outdoor pool, the Lee Valley Athletics Centre’s training facilities and the 2012 Olympics Water Polo Arena has designed the leisure facilities at Royal Wharf .

The 20,000sq ft space, created by David Morley Architects, will feature a gym, a 25m indoor pool, exercise studios and a communal café and rest area.

Alongside the leisure facilities at the Royal Docks development, there will be a 2.4-acre park and 500m of riverfront walkways offering residents space for al fresco yoga and Pilates.

David Morley said: “Royal Wharf combines many of London’s traditional qualities with exceptional opportunities for a healthy and active lifestyle.

“The leisure facility provides a distinctive focal point for sport, relaxation and contact with the surrounding parks and river.”

Royal Wharf by Ballymore and Oxley launched in March 2014, with phase three set for release in autumn 2015.

Once complete the development will provide 3,385 riverside properties, as well as shops, bars and restaurants.

Oxley chief executive Ching Chiat Kwong said: “The planned leisure facility will bring a space for community and wellbeing to Royal Wharf, encouraging an active lifestyle among its residents.

“We are excited that David Morley, one of the UK’s leading architects for sporting facilities, is working with us to bring this vision to life.”