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Eagle House, London, United Kingdom 
Monday 17 Apr 2006
 
Eagle House gets green light 
 
 
 
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22/03/09 vince horsley, watford
having had the pleasure of contributing, in a very small part, to the refurbishment of the 19th century building on clapham common known as thornton place, it pleases me equally to associate myself with the extreme opposite spectral building, eagle house, being created at city road, shoreditch. take a big look and a d m i r e.
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Planning consent given to Farrell’s design in historic part of London 

The London Borough of Hackney has given consent to proposals for Eagle House. A fully integrated proposal which will include a new residential tower, retail units, offices, start-up business units for local people, a supermarket and a health and fitness club focused around a new central public space. The scheme, designed by London based architects Terry Farrell, will act as a landmark for the area and a catalyst for regeneration in this historic part of London. It includes a new mixed-use development and also a locally listed but neglected building located on a gap site will be retained and refurbished This scheme will have great significance in the City Road area of Shoreditch. There is visual interest at ground level, with a restaurant and retail outlets with large frontages facing directly onto City Road and surrounding streets.

Sam Mansour

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