Hallsville Quarter is a £600 million town centre in Canning Town, London E16.
Hallsville Quarter is part of the £3.7bn Canning Town and Custom House regeneration project, providing 1,100 new homes, over 323,000 sq ft (30,000 sq m) of leisure and retail space, and more than 32,000 sq ft (2,975 sq m) of space for community facilities, as well as new public spaces, pedestrian links, cyclist provision and 1,100 secure parking spaces.
Phase 1 Residential
179 new homes of different tenures (94 apartments for private sale, 14 townhouses for private sale, 20 private shared ownership apartments and 51 affordable homes), comprising a mix of one, two and three-bed properties. 50 secure residential car parking spaces have been provided at basement level.
Phase 2 Residential
349 new homes (160 apartments for private sale, 55 affordable apartments, 134 private rented sector homes) comprising a mix of one, two and three-bed homes. 118 secure residential car parking spaces will be provided at basement level.
The 278 private rental homes in Phase 3 have been forward funded by Grainger situated across two blocks; and 143 shared ownership (or private sale units), 199 affordable homes including 50 extra-care apartments – the first in the London Borough of Newham – will be owned and managed by One Housing Group. Linkcity will retain 88,049 sq ft (8,180 sq m) of retail and leisure space which they intend to let and/or sell to a commercial investor.
The third phase will also deliver an integrated health centre under an innovative new model with local health partners, 12,109 sq ft (1,125 sq m) of business accommodation, 16,630 sq ft (1,545 sq m) of leisure space, a new basement car park for 143 vehicles, and new high-quality public spaces, including fountains and play areas.
Site & Location
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