BlackRock Real Assets and NEAT Developments are set to embark on a visionary £650 million redevelopment project in Walthamstow, London E17. The comprehensive plan includes delivering 1,800 new homes alongside the construction of 33,000m² of innovative industrial units.
The redevelopment introduces cutting-edge stacked industrial buildings, expanding the existing floor space from 28,000 to 33,000m². These modern structures will accommodate business start-ups, fostering a diverse industrial landscape in the area.
With 1,800 integrated homes, including stacked industrial units, the project aims to establish a comprehensive 15-minute neighbourhood. Alongside, it will feature shops, restaurants, cafes, outdoor markets, and the transformative Wetlands Waterside Park, linking the site to the Walthamstow Wetlands.
Following the first consultation in 2021, we've hosted two in-person exhibitions, engaging with the community to present updated proposals and gather valuable feedback.
The redevelopment of Uplands Business Park stands as a testament to our commitment to Waltham Forest, offering a blueprint for a sustainable, dynamic, and thriving urban landscape.Disclaimer
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The Waltham Forest Planning Committee has granted approval for the redevelopment plans of Uplands Business Park situated in Walthamstow, London E17.
During the committee meeting held on Tuesday, December 5th, 2023, the Hybrid Planning Application for the phased demolition of all existing buildings and structures (excluding Uplands House) at the site received the committee's approval, marking a significant step in the redevelopment process.
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