Description of Goodluck Hope
Goodluck Hope is a mixed-use development at Leamouth Peninsula in London E14.
The scheme comprises 804 new homes, 2,000m2 of commercial space, 235m2 of education floorspace, and a restored Grade II-listed Orchard Dry Dock.
For the development brochure, prices and availability please contact the selling agent JLL.
2016 September - Tower Hamlets grants permission for:
Demolition of existing buildings at Hercules Wharf, Union Wharf and Castle Wharf and erection of 16 blocks (A-M) ranging in height from three-storeys up to 30 storeys (100m) (plus basement) providing 804 residential units; Retail / Employment Space (Class A1 ? A4, B1, D1); Management Offices (Class B1) and Education Space (Class D1); car parking spaces; bicycle parking spaces; hard and soft landscaping works including to Orchard Dry Dock and the repair and replacement of the river wall. Listed Building Consent application - Works to listed structures including repairs to 19th century river wall in eastern section of Union Wharf; restoration of the caisson and brick piers, and alteration of the surface of the in filled Orchard Dry Dock in connection with the use of the dry docks as part of public landscaping. Works to curtilage structures including landscaping works around bollards; oil tank repaired and remodelled and section of 19th century wall on to Orchard Place to be demolished with bricks salvaged where possible to be reused in detailed landscape design. Ref no PA/14/03594/A1.
Goodluck Hope launched 15th June 2017.