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FCBStudios move ahead in East London

Nick Myall
Thursday 06 Apr 2017

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios) has received unanimous planning consent for a residential led, mixed use development at Royal Albert Wharf in East London

As new developments continue to emerge at a rapid pace in East London, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios have received planning consent for a new mixed use development. Royal Albert Wharf will form a brand new neighbourhood in East London: a vibrant, thriving and sustainable community in a historic riverside setting.

FCBStudios’ scheme forms the second phase of the Notting Hill Housing development, and is made up of 468 new homes and 2400 sq m of commercial units, including buildings ranging from four to eleven storeys.

Jason Cornish Partner from FCBStudios said, “We are delighted that our Royal Albert Wharf proposals have been granted planning permission. The design provides much needed housing within an exciting new mixed use neighbourhood formed between the Thames riverfront and the historic Dockside ”

The mix of commercial and residential buildings at Royal Albert Wharf, will seamlessly fuse the old with the new, while inspired architecture and landscaping will ensure an attractive, dynamic environment.

The historic Royal Docks form the largest enclosed docks in the world, surrounding nearly 250 acres of water. This exemplar scheme will take maximum benefit from its prominent river location, creating a new residential quarter with neighbouring developments. The whole area is set to gain over 9,000 new homes by 2027.

This phase two project is expected on site later in 2017 and due for competition in 2020.

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Nick Myall

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