BG/HP – Bishopsgate Goods Yard Development – Greater London - Project Profile
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Ballymore Group (BG) and Hammerson Properties (HP) are planning to undertake the Bishopsgate Goods Yard project in East London, the UK.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 4.4ha of land. The proposed site is divided into 12 lots, which will be developed in four phases.
The project includes the construction of a tech-focused quarter with 1,356 new homes, warehouse-style office spaces, up to 100 new shops, ateliers, 65,000m2 of office facilities, 17,000m2 of retail facilities, a park on 1ha of land and other related facilities and studios
Plots A & B: It involves the construction of a 13-story office building above the retail element extending across the East London Line, including Shoreditch Overground station. A retail offering is proposed at ground and first-floor level.
Plot C: It is located to the immediate east of Shoreditch Station, and will contain a podium building extending across the East London Line station box, with two residential towers above. The western tower will be 30-story while the eastern tower will be 26-story high. The podium consists of a communal amenity space and residential accommodation.
Plot D: Located adjacent to the Plot C, this will provide 24 and 17 stories of residential space with a retail element at ground level.
Plot E: It is located to the east of Plot D, consists of a 9-story residential tower and as with plots A, B, C & D it is to be built over the East London Line.
Plots F & G: It will include the construction of two residential towers (i.e; building F with 45-story and building G with 38-story). They will be linked at the base by a two-story podium.
Plot H, I & J: At ground level will contain the listed arches which will be retained and integrated into development to provide retail space and create public realm up to 7,989m2 area.
Plot K: Located on the southwest corner of the site beyond the Suburban Line. It will include the construction of one and two-story buildings.
Plot L: It comprises the listed ‘the Forecourt Wall and Gates to Goods Station’ located on the western boundary, adjacent to Shoreditch High Street in the location of the proposed entrance to the site. This plot will include the one and 2-story retail unit.
PLP Architecture, FaulknerBrowns Architects, Buckley Gray Yeoman, Chris Dyson Architects and Spacehub have been appointed as architects for the project.
WSP, Hoare Lea and URS have been appointed as engineering consultants and Terry Farrell & Partners as the master planner.
In July 2014, BG and HP have submitted have submitted a planning application to both Tower Hamlets and Hackney councils.
In November 2014, the public consultation with both Tower Hamlets and Hackney councils ended.
As of June 2016, the project was placed on hold due to the regulatory issues.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 4.4ha of land in East London, the UK.
The US$1,249 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of residential facilities comprising 1,356 homes
2. Construction of office facilities over 65,000m2 area
3. Construction of retail facilities over 17,000m2 area
4. Construction of a park on 1ha of land
5. Construction of restaurants
6. Construction of parking facilities
7. Construction of other related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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