One East Point is a mixed-use development that will bring new residential, cultural, leisure and employment opportunities to London’s Isle of Dogs
One East Point is a mixed-use development that will bring new residential, cultural, leisure and employment opportunities to London’s Isle of Dogs. Our vision is to unite and integrate the community by developing a vibrant new destination with its own unique identity.
Applying sustainability principles to developments like One East Point not only helps mitigate the climate crisis but also creates new green jobs that aid the global economic shift towards carbon reduction.
Our proposal is designed to be sustainable in both construction and completion by prioritising the following principles, and by following the ‘Lean, Clean, Green’ approach.
Buildings should reduce the amount of energy they consume to a minimum. Wherever possible, this should be achieved through passive and natural techniques. Leanness also applies to resource efficiency and waste reduction.
Buildings should, wherever possible, use energy and resources that do not further contribute to greenhouse gases and climate change.
Where appropriate, buildings should incorporate technologies that produce renewable energy. These are often more expensive than passive techniques but are especially crucial in promoting efficiency.Disclaimer
We have created an automatic ranking system for new-build homes in London based on several critical features around the development, like schools, parks, and transport infrastructure.
We have developed this new analytical tool to calculate the scores based on the location data. Note that AutoScore values are not set by us or anyone else – everything happens automatically.
One East Point is situated next to the South Quay DLR station and Millwall Inner Dock. The proposed residential-led building is designed by Make architects and will contain 457 units, including 35% of affordable homes.
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