LONDON - POST PLANNING
Working closely with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, this residential and community use scheme at Waterloo Gardens sits on a brownfield site adjacent the Regent’s Canal in East London. The scheme looks to redevelop the site, centred around the creation of a new and improved community building over two floors and also includes the re-provision of the ball court, the community garden, together with additional play spaces, a community orchard, a new civic square, and secured public canal-side walkway.
The residential component provides 14 self-contained flats, all in affordable tenure. The 14 units will be accommodated in 2, four-storey buildings, situated along the north/north-western boundaries of the site. The development is proposed to be delivered as car free, with disabled parking the only exception.