Hill wins planning approval for £100M residential project in East London

Vania Goncalves 24 Jun 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

UK-based house builder Hill has received planning approval from London Borough of Waltham Forest for its £100M residential project in East London, UK.

The development, to be located in Lea Bridge, will include the construction of three residential towers, comprising 300 homes.

Designed by Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, the project will also feature 2,000sq m of commercial space and a gym.

The site will benefit from the recently re-opened Lea Bridge rail station and new cycle routes — due to be created through Transport for London’s Mini Holland scheme.

Hill’s chief executive Andy Hill said: “East London remains one of the capital’s most exciting areas for regeneration.

“We’re tapping into this growing momentum, bringing homes, offices and a host of amenities to an area which previously suffered due to a lack of investment.

“Working closely with the London Borough of Waltham Forest, these proposals will breathe new life into the area, becoming a catalyst for further regeneration and investment.”

Construction work on the site will start in autumn 2016 and will be completed in summer 2019 — with the first apartments launching for sale in early 2018.

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