Following a £3.7 billion regeneration, Canning Town is set to become a vibrant destination to eat, drink and shop and an exciting place to call home in East London.
As the first and most significant phase of the transformation, Hallsville Quarter is delivering contemporary living, leisure and retail space and facilities that are vital in creating a thriving community and establishing a legacy for Canning Town.
From that early morning start to late night dinners – Hallsville Quarter has it all. This vibrant retail and dining destination will be filled with shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as regularly changing pop-up street food.
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Bouygues UK, in collaboration with Linkcity and One Housing Group, celebrated the completion of the structure of the build at Phase 3 of Hallsville Quarter with a topping-out ceremony on Wednesday, August 17th.
The £240m (GDV) Hallsville Quarter scheme is expected to complete in 2024.
Phase 3 includes:
- 278 private rental homes situated across two blocks owned by Grainger, including 2,400m2 commercial space within the blocks
- 245 shared ownership (including 10 shared equity)
- 50 extra care
- 47 affordable rent (including 10 London affordable rent)
- 6,800m2 of commercial space owned by Linkcity which it intends to let and/or sell to a commercial investor.
This phase also includes an integrated health centre under an innovative new model with local health partners, 1,125m2 of business accommodation, a new basement car park for 143 vehicles, and new high-quality public spaces, including fountains and play areas.
Gerald Farque, Bouygues UK Managing Director commented: “It’s wonderful to be here to celebrate reaching this important milestone at Hallsville Quarter Phase 3, one of the most significant town centre regeneration projects. I am particularly proud of our in-house civil works teams who have delivered, as with previous phases, the reinforced concrete frame. I would also like to congratulate the project team on their commitment to social value, in particular supporting local labour at each phase of this regeneration scheme.”
Phillippa Prongué, Linkcity Managing Director added: “For over 10 years, Bouygues UK and Linkcity have been working closely with the London Borough of Newham to deliver the regeneration of Canning Town. It’s great to be here to celebrate reaching this stage of the build in a project which will transform this area of east London and help create a thriving centre. Congratulations to everyone involved in reaching this point.”
Robert Marcantoni, Group Director of Development for One Housing (Part of Riverside) said: “One Housing are delighted to partner with Linkcity and Bouygues UK to provide over 300 much needed social homes within one of our key London boroughs. This milestone is a fantastic achievement and builds on the existing homes we have within this community. In this housing and cost of living crisis this 3rd Phase of Hallsville Quarter provides much needed affordable homes and delivers a 50 unit Extra Care Scheme where we will be providing support and personal care services to adults over 55 years old. Following the recent off-plan launch of our Shared Ownership homes, we have already had great interest and feedback and we look forward to the handover of these great affordable homes.”
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