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FCBS wins go ahead for east London homes

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Newham Council has granted permission for 468 homes by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBS) at the Royal Albert Wharf development in east London

Backed by Notting Hill Housing, the proposals are the second phase of the development, which will see more than 9,000 homes built by 2027.

The buildings in Ivax Quays range from four to eleven storeys, and also include 2,400m² of commercial space. 

The flats range from one to four bedrooms, with around 27 per cent classed as ‘affordable’. 

FCBS partner Jason Cornish said the scheme would provide ‘much-needed housing within an exciting new mixed-use neighbourhood, formed between the Thames riverfront and the historic Dockside’. 

Work on the second phase is set to start on site later this year, with a completion date scheduled for 2020.

Royal albert wharf london housing scheme by feilden clegg bradley studios (5)

Royal albert wharf london housing scheme by feilden clegg bradley studios (5)

Source: FCBS

Royal Albert Wharf by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Project data

Location London, E16
Type of project Residential
Client Notting Hill Housing
Architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Landscape architect Allen Pyke Associates
Planning consultant DP9
Structural engineer Conisbee
M&E consultant Calfordseaden
Quantity surveyor Arcadis
Tender date 2017
Start on site date 2017
Completion date 2020
Gross internal floor area 52,000m²
Form of contract and/or procurement Design and Build

 

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