Canada Water development Quebec Quarter is set to release its first private sale apartments starting with three-bedroom homes.

The L&Q development, which is located one stop on the Jubilee Line from Canary Wharf, will consist of 151 one, two and three-bedroom private sale apartments and 69 one and two-bedroom Shared Ownership homes.

Quebec Quarter comprises of seven blocks, which have been designed by Alan Camp Architects using inspiration from nearby Russia Dock Woodland and Stave Hill Ecological Park

L&Q sales and marketing director Cathy Lloyd said: “Quebec Quarter makes a major contribution to the regeneration of this increasingly popular area.

“The three-bedroom private sale units, a number of which are available in the first release, are considerably larger than the average for London, so we anticipate a good deal of interest from young families, as well as young professionals and first-time buyers for the smaller units.”

Modern design: Quebec Quarter is made up of seven blocks, which have been designed by Alan Camp Architects using inspiration from nearby Russia Dock Woodland and Stave Hill Ecological Park

Quebec Quarter is close to Canada Water and Surrey Quays stations and, by 2020, could benefit from Brunel Bridge, which is a proposed cycle and footbridge connecting the Rotherhithe Peninsula with Canary Wharf.

Also close by is the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, which is undergoing a £34million redevelopment programme, set to be completed within the next five years.

Read more: Why should you buy or rent a home in Surrey Quays?

A three-bedroom home at Quebec Quarter ranges from £770,000 to £845,000, and will be available to view from Saturday January 30.

Subsequent phases will be launching throughout 2016, with the development scheduled for completion early 2017.

One-beds are scheduled to launch in mid-2016 and the first phase of shared ownership homes are due to launch in spring 2016.

Go to quebecquarter.co.uk for viewing times and further information.