Description of Vulcan Wharf
Vulcan Wharf is a mixed-use development on a 1.35ha site in Stratford, London E15.
Vulcan Wharf will provide:
- 484 new homes, including 35% affordable housing
- 9,378m2 of commercial space, including 3,557 sqm of light industrial floorspace
- New cafes/restaurants/bars facing out onto the new public realm and River Lea
- New accessibility throughout the site for pedestrians & cyclists linking the western banks of the River Lea to the Olympic Park
- Public realm improvements, including ‘Heylyn Gardens’ a new focal point and destination in Pudding Mill
The 1.35-hectare site sits at the confluence of the Bow Back River and the River Lea to the south-east and south-west, with the A12 and A118/Stratford High Street beyond.
Vulcan Wharf is located on the western boundary of the London Borough of Newham, adjacent to the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is under the local planning authority of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).
2018 - First plans were presented in June 2018 at the Stratford Holiday Inn. The exhibition was advertised through the distribution of flyers to over 3,300 local addresses.
2018 - Demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment of the site to provide 640 residential units, 5,917 sqm (GIA) of Class B1c/B2 floorspace and 686sqm (GIA) of Class A1-A3 floorspace within 3 blocks of between 1-33 storeys, with car and cycle parking and associated hard and soft landscaping. Newham Council ref. no. 18/00330/FUL.