Description of Eastway
Eastway is a mixed-use development in Bromley-by-Bow, London E3.
The site adjoins another site acquired by Guinness in 2018 and together they will enable Guinness to create a high quality and diverse new community including new homes, workspaces, retail and leisure space together with new public realm.
The combined scheme will comprise a significant first phase in the regeneration of the wider Bromley-by-Bow South area.
Before the development started, the site comprised two adjoining sites: Access House, a mix of office and warehouse space, and Clock House, a derelict office that is currently being used as a temporary compound for Transport for London as it develops the tube station.
2018 October - The Guinness Partnership completes the acquisition of the scheme. This is The Guinness Partnership’s second major housing site acquisition in Bromley-by-Bow. Cushman Wakefield and Levy acted for Danescroft in the transaction and Guinness were represented by JLL.
2018 September - Full planning permission was granted in September 2018 for 491 new homes and 38,000 sq ft of flexible community and workspace.
2014 August - Danescroft Land acquired the site, which has direct access to Bromley-by-Bow tube station, in August 2014. Funded by Palmer Land Opportunity Trust.