Description of 333 Kingsland Road
333 Kingsland Road is a new mixed-use development at the former Kingsland Fire Station site in Dalston, London E8.
The development provides a home for Hackney New Primary School, as well as new housing and retail space.
Apartments For Rent
The scheme will create 68 affordable rent apartments. 34 on-bedroom, 31 two-bedroom and 3 three-bedroom units.
298m2 of retail space.
Hackney New Primary School
The new primary school for up to 350 pupils aged 4 – 11 is opened in September 2019.
2017 July - Dolphin Living acquires 68 residential units at 333 Kingsland Road from Downham Road Ltd., a joint venture between Thornsett and the Benyon Estate.
The announcement follows the recent issuing of planning permission by the London Borough of Hackney, following endorsement by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to re-develop the former Kingsland Fire Station to provide a mixed use development. The site was previously owned by the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) who decided to sell the site as surplus to operational requirements. The wider development, contained within a scheme of 12 storeys across the 0.2123 hectare site, comprises 68 new homes in a range of 1, 2 and 3 bed apartments above a new free school, and a 298m2 commercial unit. The acquisition strengthens Dolphin Living's offering of affordable rental homes for working Londoners within the Borough of Hackney. Each intermediate rental home will be targeted to working Londoners on low to middle incomes who are finding it increasingly difficult to find a quality homes close to their workplace.
2017 January - planning permission granted for the development designed by Henley Halebrown architects.