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Screen capture of Dalston Curve development page on Taylor Wimpey website www.taylorwimpey.co.uk

Screen capture of Dalston Curve development page on Taylor Wimpey website www.taylorwimpey.co.uk

2. March 2014
Dalston Curve CGI

Dalston Curve CGI

16.02.2017 taylorwimpey.co.uk

Dalston Curve

Address:
Kingsland High Street, London E8 2NS
Type:
Residential
Completion:
2017
Flats:
106
Viewed:
6209

Description of Dalston Curve

Dalston Curve is a mixed-use development in Dalston, London E8.

The development was sold out in early 2017.

Dalston Curve comprises 106 apartments and 1,400m2 of retail space at ground level.

The site comprises of two 6-8 storeys blocks on two land plots separated by existing road and over London Overground rail tunnels.

Developed by Taylor Wimpey.

The development completed in February 2017.

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News & Comments: (7)

Buildington
2017/02/16 11:13

Bruceshaw has announced the completion of Taylor Wimpey’s Dalston Curve project after a two-year on-site programme.

The mixed-use development includes 106 residential units and 1400sqm of retail space at ground level. The site comprises of two blocks, between 6-8 storeys each, on two land parcels separated by existing road and over London Overground rail tunnels.

The building was required to maximise density on irregular shaped plots of land whilst adhering to restrictions on height and loading of the railway tunnel. Architects RMA utilised a Gebrik brick slip cladding system, which achieved the traditional brick façade the planners had demanded.
On the Southern site a linear building manages the transition from the noise and bustling business of Kingsland High Street, to the unique ambience of Ashwin Street. The narrow site required a building which fronts onto both streets and therefore a building with two very different characters on opposing elevations.

Bruceshaw worked closely with the TWEL team on all stages of the project and provided advice throughout challenging periods. The unusual site conditions meant the team had to be flexible and work collaboratively to overcome issues and achieve the client’s requirements.

Bruceshaw assisted with managing neighbourly relations throughout the build stage, meeting temporary working requirements to protect the adjacent railway vent shaft, provide a safe working environment on site and lightweight brick façade to tie in with the local vernacular.

For more information please visit www.bruceshaw.com.

Buildington
2016/12/19 11:07

Final duplex apartment remaining! Contact Taylor Wimpey to find out more.

Buildington
2016/09/22 18:25

SIX shared ownership apartments at Dalston Curve launching 24th September 2016!

More information at Network Homes website www.networkliving.co.uk/development/six-dalston-curve

Guide price from £435,000-£695,000*.

Via Homes & Property, Evening Standard 21.09.2016.

Buildington
2016/01/25 16:19

Final release of apartments at Dalston Curve is launching Thursday 28th January 2016! More information on Taylor Wimpey website.

Buildington
2016/01/15 13:56

New phase at Dalston Curve launching on Thursday 21st January 2016 at The Arcola Theatre.

For more information please visit Taylor Wimpey development page (link in details above). Prices will be unveiled on the development website 18th January 2016.

Buildington
2015/12/19 21:26

New phase to be released early 2016!

Buildington
2015/02/09 19:05

1st release sold out. The second release of the remaining 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms properties in Cadance will be held later this year. Further information about the event will be posted on the website www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.

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