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Blackhorse Yard on C.F. Møller Architects website at cfmoller.com

Blackhorse Yard on C.F. Møller Architects website at cfmoller.com

21.03.2018

Blackhorse Yard

Address:
Blackhorse Lane, London E17
Type:
Mixed use
Flats:
330
Viewed:
885

Description of Blackhorse Yard

Blackhorse Yard is a new mixed-use development in Waltham Forest, London E17.

330 homes for affordable shared ownership homes will be developed by Catalyst Housing and Swan Housing Group.

Planning permission also includes 3,000m2 of workshop space and a new park.

Blackhorse Yard will also deliver retail space in the heart of the Blackhorse Road area and a green link which will provide easy access to Blackhorse Road station.

History
1.67-ha former Webbs industrial site at Blackhorse Lane. All the existing buildings on site are demolished.

2016 - the Mayor instructed the GLA to buy the former Webbs Industrial Estate - a plot of land which had stood derelict for 7 years - with the intention of finding a development partner to build more new and genuinely affordable homes for Londoners. After a record 13 bids, Catalyst were selected as the preferred bidder and subsequently agreed to collaborate on the regeneration with Swan Housing Group.

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2018/03/21 08:55

Catalyst and Swan Housing Group have taken handover of the Webbs Industrial site in Waltham Forest from the Greater London Authority (GLA).

About 330 new affordable homes and 3,000 square metres of affordable workspace and artists’ studios will be created.

In 2016, the Mayor instructed the GLA to buy the former Webbs Industrial Estate – a plot of land which had stood derelict for seven years – with the intention of finding a development partner to build more new and genuinely affordable homes for Londoners. Catalyst was chosen by the Mayor to develop the scheme, now known as Blackhorse Yard.

Catalyst will work in collaboration with Swan Housing Group and architects C.F. Møller Architects to deliver the new development, creating a new and exciting place in the heart of the Blackhorse Road area.

Tom Titherington, Executive Director of Property and Growth at Catalyst, commented: “The Blackhorse Yard development is an excellent example of collaboration, with Catalyst, Swan Housing Group and the GLA working together to deliver genuinely affordable homes for Londoners. The new scheme will be a new destination for Waltham Forest, providing modern retail space as well as new affordable workspace and artists’ studios for the area’s creative industry.”

Geoff Pearce, Swan’s Executive Director of Regeneration and Development, added: “We are delighted to have taken handover of the Blackhorse Yard site and to be working with Catalyst and the GLA to bring about this transformative scheme which will not only make a contribution to Waltham Forest’s Borough of Culture activities but also will deliver circa 330 affordable homes to meet housing need”.

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