Millstream Tower
04/12/2021 by Buildington
Kier has handed over Millstream Tower to Newlon Housing Trust.

The project included demolishing an existing structure and building a new 22-story residential tower. The new structure contains 128 units, including 117 shared ownership apartments, 11 private sale flats, and one commercial unit.

David McKenzie, managing director at Kier Construction London, South & Strategic Projects, commented: “The handover of Millstream Tower marks another successful project in our long-standing relationship with Newlon Housing Trust and forms an exciting new landmark in Tottenham Hale’s expanding community.

“I am especially proud of the design features on this building, the cantilever design over LUL lines and achieving a gold Secured by Design accreditation, as it demonstrates our teams’ expert capabilities in finding innovative building solutions to complex challenges on site through collaboration and the use of modern methods of construction.”

Ezinne Ogbonna, Business Development Director, Newlon Housing Trust added: “I am really proud to be providing new, high specification, affordable homes at the heart of one of London’s most exciting new town centres. Millstream Tower is located immediately adjacent to the area’s excellent public transport facilities and the project benefited from the innovative solutions developed by Kier in order to be able to work on a complex site situated at the heart of so much existing infrastructure.”

This is Kier’s seventh project completed for Newlon Housing Trust. The previous projects include Repton Street providing 86 affordable homes in Limehouse and Glasshouse Fields with over 200 affordable homes in Tower Hamlets.

Shared Ownership homes are available through Newlon Living starting from £355,000.

Private homes are available through The Stow Brothers.
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