Description of Silvertown Quays
Silvertown Quays is a mixed-use development bordering the Royal Victoria Dock and close to Thames Barrier Park in the London Borough of Newham E16.
Phase one of the redevelopment includes refurbishment of the Millennium Mills, a derelict and imposing flour mill that has not been in use since the 1980s. The site is also home to Silo D, a Grade II listed, modernist and reinforced concrete grain silo, which dates from the 1920s and will also become a focal point of the new development.
Plans for phase one of the scheme include circa. 1,000 new homes.
A development by Lendlease and Starwood Capital, working in a joint venture as The Silvertown Partnership.
The team of designers working on the project includes Prior and Partners, AHMM, dRMM, Pollard Thomas Edwards and Maccreanor Lavington, with Arup advising on transport, Aecom on infrastructure and West 8 and Churchman Thornhill Finch on landscape.
2019 - Reserved Matters Application to approve details of Scale, Appearance, Layout, Access and Landscaping in accordance with Condition A1 of Outline Planning Permission reference 14/01605/OUT (granted on 19 August 2016) in relation to Phase 1 of the approved Development comprising Plots 1, 2Ai, 2Aii, 2B, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 and associated public realm/landscaping This is a major planning application that is accompanied by an Environmental Statement of Compliance. The application affects the setting of two Grade II Listed Buildings (Grain Silo D, Royal Victoria Dock - Grade II Listed & War Memorial, North Woolwich Road-Grade II Listed). London Borough of Newham ref. no. 19/02657/REM.
2018 June - Lendlease and Starwood Capital jointly acquired The Silvertown Partnership in June 2018, and Lendlease is working as development manager on the project.