Come along to see the ideas for further enhancements to Terry Spinks Place, the public space under the flyover in Canning Town and add your comments. The improvements form part of the new Hallsville Quarter scheme.
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Bouygues Development, the property development company, has signed agreements with its partners for the second phase of its Hallsville Quarter project in London’s Canning Town, E16. The project is a major part of the London Borough of Newham’s £3.7 billion Canning Town and Custom House Regeneration Programme, providing a new town centre for this emerging area of east London, linking in to the existing facilities on Barking Road. Phase 2 will provide a new pedestrianised thoroughfare with retail and restaurant units and a hotel, as well as landmark residential towers delivering 349 new homes with a range of tenures. Additional public spaces, secure car parking for around 300 cars and cycling facilities will also be included. The 196-bedroom hotel will be owned and operated by Accor under its ibis brand; Grainger will own and manage the 134 private rented sector homes; Mountain Capital will purchase the private residences; and One […]
25 July 2012 The £600 million regeneration of Canning Town Centre in East London has been given a new name to commemorate the significance of this transformational scheme and to create a strong and distinct identity for what is set to become the vibrant heart of Canning Town. After extensive consultation between the scheme’s developer Bouygues Development and key stakeholders within the borough, Hallsville Quarter has been selected as the new name for the Town Centre. The name draws on the area’s rich cultural heritage, referencing the name of the original settlement of the Canning Town Centre site in the mid 19th century, known as ‘Hallsville’. Hoardings have just been erected around the Hallsville Quarter site in preparation for the scheme’s construction programme which Bouygues Development’s sister company Bouygues UK is due to start in the final quarter of 2012. The six hectare site will reconnect the areas north and south […]