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The London Regatta Centre, a state-of-the-art rowing centre, is located in the heart of the Docklands area in the East End of London. It is built at the west end on the north of the historic Royal Albert Dock directly opposite London City Airport. The site is owned by the Royal Albert Dock Trust, and is home to the Royal Docks Rowing Club, Raging Dragons Dragon Boat Club, Thames Dragons, and Typhoon DBC. The Regatta Centre was practically completed in September 1999. It was opened formally March 2000, by HRH the Princess Royal. The building was designed by the award-winning Ian Ritchie Architects. The 200 year lease on the land for the centre was to the Royal Albert Dock Trust, by the London Docklands Development Corporation. The centre boasts a 2,000 metre course, with seven lanes plus a return lane. The existing 1,750 metre length of the dock was extended to 2,000 by the removal and replacement of the Woolwich Manor Way Bridge at the east of the dock. The new bridge was built further east and is now officially known as the Sir Steve Redgrave Bridge. Amongst the centre's other facilities are a rowing tank. The adjacent quayside is undergoing significant redevelopment as a state-of-the-art Business Park, "The Royals". The east end of the dock is the home of the University of East London campus. The centre is two minutes walk from Royal Albert Docklands Light Railway station. Two University of London schools (Queen Mary, University of London Boat Club and St Bartholomew's and the London Hospitals' Boat Club) are based at the Regatta Centre. Although their spiritual home is the Trafalgar Rowing Centre on the River Thames at Greenwich, Curlew Rowing Club now do most of their rowing from the London Regatta Centre. See also Rowing on the River Thames External links Official website Coordinates: 51°30′28″N 0°02′29″E / 51.5077°N 0.0415°E / 51.5077; 0.0415 This rowing-related article article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about an English sports venue is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e