CGI of Hackney Road development by Regal Homes in London E2; screen capture from

CGI of Hackney Road development by Regal Homes in London E2; screen capture from


Hackney Road

97-137 Hackney Road, London E2 7QL
Local Authority:
Tower Hamlets
Autumn 2020

Description of Hackney Road

Hackney Road development by Regal Homes in London E2.

150,000 sq ft of commercial space and 9 residential units.

2017 October - Tower Hamlets agrees to give planning permission for: Mixed-use redevelopment of site including part demolition, part retention, part extension of existing
buildings alongside erection of complete new buildings ranging in height from four storeys to six storeys above a shared basement, to house a maximum of 9 residential units (Class C3), 12,600m2 (GEA) of employment floorspace (Class B1), 1,340 sqm (GEA) of flexible office and retail
floorspace at ground floor level (falling within Use Classes B1/A1-A5) and provision of 316 sqm (GEA) of Public House (Class A4), along with associated landscaping and public realm improvements, cycle parking provision, plant and storage. Hackney Council ref. no. PA/17/00250.

1. Hackney Council

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Hoxton Rail Station
Hoxton Rail Station
Hoxton Station
26, 55, N26, N55

News: (1)

Tower Hamlets planning committee has agreed to give permission for the mixed-use development by Regal Homes on Hackney Road.

The scheme will provide 150,000 sqft of commercial space and 9 apartments along with improved public realm and cycle parking.

As part of the planning submission for a mixed-use development, Regal London has agreed a first right of refusal for an LGBT+ operator to lease the A4 unit within the scheme, in addition to a 12-month rent free period, £130,000 contribution to fit out costs and a 25-year lease.

Regal London has worked with the GLA Culture Team, Tower Hamlets, members of the local community and the Friends of the Joiners Arms to create a development that is viable for all parties and will be an asset for the future of Tower Hamlets.

A Regal London spokesperson said:
“We are grateful to all of the interested parties who have worked so hard with us on this development plan. It’s been a creative and ultimately highly constructive process, with an outcome which will deliver new homes and jobs for Tower Hamlets, as well as providing an opportunity for a LGBT+ venue. We look forward to working with the Council and the local community to deliver a development that has ‘a place for everyone’ in line with the Council’s vision for the future of Tower Hamlets.”

31/10/2017 08:36 by Buildington

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