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Lewisham Gateway Phase Two is the final phase of the major mixed-use regeneration scheme that will bring more new homes, along with a retail and leisure offering not seen in the area before.
Throughout the build, we’ll be looking to engage with Lewisham residents to make sure that we leave a positive legacy after the project completes. Our aim is to help people make the first step in their career through apprenticeships and work experience opportunities across our range of job roles.
Working with the London Borough of Lewisham we will support local residents into work with employment opportunities. We’ll also be upskilling our workforce with training and qualifications and using local businesses in our supply chain to benefit the local economy.Disclaimer
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The team responsible for the remarkable transformation of Lewisham Gateway recently gathered to celebrate the completion of its main structures. This pivotal urban regeneration endeavor, orchestrated by Lewisham Gateway developer Muse in collaboration with Balfour Beatty and Lewisham Council, is on track to provide Lewisham with 1000 new homes, leisure facilities, a pristine park, and commercial spaces, including the much-anticipated Empire multiplex cinema in its final phase.
Key stakeholders, including the Department for Levelling Up (DLU), Transport for London (TfL), and the Greater London Authority (GLA), joined the celebration and took a closer look at the scheme's many benefits for the borough. Mike Auger, Muse board director, expressed pride in realizing the vision for Lewisham Gateway, emphasizing its role as a catalyst for the town's continued revival and positive impact on the local community. Balfour Beatty’s CEO of UK Construction Services, Mark Bullock, lauded the progress despite challenges, highlighting the scheme's commitment to local recruitment, training, and apprenticeships, showcasing the resilience and success of the project amid the pandemic.
The team behind Lewisham Gateway recently gathered to celebrate the completion of the main structures.
The final phase at Lewisham Gateway is currently under construction, which will be the last piece of a major urban regeneration scheme providing Lewisham with 1000 new homes, leisure facilities, a new park and commercial space, including a long-awaited Empire multiplex cinema.
Lewisham Gateway developer, Muse, Balfour Beatty and Lewisham Council took the opportunity to take key stakeholders, including the Department for Levelling Up (DLU), Transport for London (TfL) and the Greater London Authority (GLA), behind the hoarding and around the scheme and highlight the many benefits the scheme will bring to the borough.
Mike Auger, Muse board director, said: “We’re proud to be delivering the vision for Lewisham Gateway, which once the final phase is completed, we’ll have provided a catalyst for the town to realise its ambitions and continue its revival. So far, we’ve ploughed over £65m into activities that benefit local people and businesses, through apprenticeships, local employment opportunities, along with community activities and we’re looking forward to increasing that figure throughout the rest of the build.
“Our strong partnership between ourselves, the London Borough of Lewisham, GLA, DLU, and TfL, demonstrates that tangible, long-term benefits can be delivered when the private and public sector work in partnership. Together, we’re committed to creating a brighter future for everyone, by breathing new life into our towns and cities, driving investment where it’s needed and creating opportunities to benefit all in our communities.
“We’re also delighted to be partnering with the council on its Borough of Culture 2022 events.”
Mark Bullock, Balfour Beatty’s CEO of UK Construction Services, added: “The development of LG2 has made excellent progress despite the twin challenges of Covid 19 and global supply chain issues. The construction is ahead of schedule and on track to be completed by 2023. Our team worked hard to make sure that work carried on through the pandemic, adapting to work in a covid-safe way so that the scheme is built and delivering benefits for local people as soon as possible. Not only have we demonstrated our resilience, we have fulfilled our promises to local people – recruiting locally, providing training and apprenticeships and promoting pathways into the sector in local schools – and this should be celebrated in equal measure.”
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