A true exemplar scheme for strategic, brownfield regeneration, Barratt London’s consented mixed-use scheme will transform a challenging 1.5-hectare, riverside site and act as a catalyst for further development of the ‘Cody Triangle’ – a vast area characterised by low-rise industrial buildings.

Bringing 7 new buildings ranging from 8 to 30 storeys in height that respond to the surrounding context, providing 871 residential homes (35% affordable) and 2,635sqm of flexible employment space into the town center, Crown Wharf is fulfilling the London Borough of Newham’s efforts to heavily densify around a major, multi-modal transport hub.

Working alongside JTP Architects and Metropolitan Workshop, the public realm strategy for this exciting new urban quarter is to connect up a previously inaccessible section of the River Lea Walk and provide much-needed amenity space, usable public realm, useful green space and areas of play for residents and visitors alike.