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Klassnik victorious in contest to design £500k Leyton cycle hub

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The Klassnik Corporation has won the competition to design a new cycle hub in Leyton Jubilee Park in north east London


The east London-based firm saw off entries from 29 other practices in the competition run by Waltham Forest Council.

The project will create a new facility for cyclists within the public park by extending an existing council-owned building known as ‘The Cottage’ which sits around 1.5km from Hopkins’ Olympic Velodrome.

The Klassnik Corporation will now draw up a feasibility study for the scheme which aims to provide space for a range of community activities.

The £500,000 cycle hub will include changing rooms, bicycle maintenance workshops, storage racks, a café and an education centre for cycle safety training.

A consultation event is taking place at the park’s pavilion on 27 January.

Leyton Jubilee Park

Leyton Jubilee Park

Project data

Location Leyton, London
Type of project community
Architect The Klassnik Corporation
Client Waltham Forest Council
Business planner Fourth Street
Structural engineer Fluid Structures
Quantity surveyor Stockdale
Cost £500,000

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