Glenn Howells Architects and HAL architects have designed a masterplan for a 6.1 hectare industrial site on the banks of the River Thames in East London, promising to create up to 1,610 new homes in Newham.
Designed by architecture practice OMA for developer U+I, Morden Wharf promises to deliver 1,500 new homes on Greenwich Peninsula, as well as a four-acre public park, a Thames-side beach, brewery, a public square and events square, and lots of commercial property space.
In Pictures: Property developer plans a new waterside park in Southwark, “where people can really interact with nature and connect to the area’s rich maritime history.”
BPG has submitted a proposal for 456 new homes on a 2.5 acre brownfield site in the heart of Birmingham.
Legal & General has backed a massive regeneration scheme in Bristol to the tune of £350 million.
Grosvenor has finally secured planning approval for the Cundy Street Quarter.
The Skidmore Owings & Merrill-designed One Thames City, one of the UK’s biggest regen projects, has delivered the tallest resi building in Zone One.
The Auria is the latest phase in Catalyst’s regeneration of the Wornington Green Estate, designed by Conran and Partners and fronting onto the northern end of Portobello Road.
LUMA, a 61-unit residential scheme designed by Squire & Partners and Conran and Partners, is one of the final pieces of Argent’s King’s Cross Central Development. Both penthouse apartments are still for sale.
Chris Capes is moving from Liverpool City Council to regeneration specialist property developer Peel L&P.
Plans to redevelop one of Westminster’s oldest council estates have been approved, paving the way for 781 new homes in Belgravia.
The No.8 tower at One Thames City in Nine Elms has reached full height.