Royal Mint Gardens
Royal Mint Gardens is a new residential-led mixed use development near Tower of London and St Katherine's Docks in London E1.
The building has three towers, an impressive triple volume reception and common garden terraces.
On the second level of the building, full length through Rosemary to Sage Place, runs 'The Avenue'. ‘The Avenue' has access to the relaxation area, yoga room, gym, swimming pool and jacuzzi, as well as the landscaped courtyards.
2018 August - Staticus is appointed as the facade contractor. More than 13 thousand square meters of unitised facade structures will be installed in 6 months. Operating railway tracks, just outside the building, will require extra focus on safety and precise work planning.
2013 - London Borough of Tower Hamlets has granted planning permission (PA/13/01527) for:
Redevelopment of site for a mixed-use development comprising the erection of two buildings of between 3 and 15 storeys, providing 354 residential units (Use Class C3), a 236 room hotel together with 33 serviced apartments (Use Class C1), flexible retail/financial services/ restaurant/ cafe/ drinking establishment/health clinic/business space (1172sqm) (Use Classes A1, A2, A3, A4, D1 and B1), restaurant, bar, gallery, leisure (731sqm) (Use Class A3/A4/D1/D2), community uses including sports and training facilities, neighbourhood police base and office space within the railway arches (1,014sq.m) (Use Class D1/D2/B1), creation of new public open space, alterations to the existing highway, and new pedestrian link, together with associated works including landscaping, providing of parking, servicing and plant area.
- Royal Mint Gardens website www.royalmintgardens.com
- Tower Hamlets planning register www.towerhamlets.gov.uk
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