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Pilbrow showcases Isle of Dogs high-rise development

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Pilbrow & Partners has revealed new images of a mixed-use tower scheme it has designed for a 0.32ha site on east London’s Isle of Dogs.

Alpha Square, created for client Far East Investors, is currently the subject of pre-application discussions with Tower Hamlets Council and the Greater London Authority.

Envisaged at up to 60 storeys in height, the 50 Marsh Wall building would provide 67,700m2 of residential floorspace, an 8,500m2 hotel, along with a clinic and retail space, according to an environmental impact study.

Founding partner Fred Pilbrow said Alpha Square would also provide a new primary school and that the scheme’s residential element would provide a mix of tenures on-site.

‘Two buildings frame a new public space at the heart of the site – Alpha Square,’ he said.

‘The square provides linkage north from the Isle of Dogs to the new landscape garden on Marsh Wall that forms a focal point for the emerging South Quays masterplan.’

Alpha Square

Sketch of the Alpha Square development by Fred Pilbrow

Alpha Square

Sketch of the Alpha Square development by archtiect Fred Pilbrow

The Alpha Square development

Street-level view of Pilbrow &Partners’ Alpha Square development.

 

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