Building envelope work is progressing nicely at Hallsville Quarter, Canning town where Clarke Facades are working alongside main contractor, Bouygues UK for Linkcity and London Borough of Newham to deliver the full building envelope.
The £600 million regeneration of Canning Town Centre will be completed in five phases. The first phase of Hallsville Quarter is now complete and comprises 179 new homes both (private and affordable) set around a shared garden at podium level, underground car parking and 7,000 sq m retail unit at street level. Phase two construction is now well underway commenced and Clarke Facades are on site joining main contractor Bouygues UK.
Once all five phases are completed in 2024, Hallsville Quarter, will sit at the heart of the wider Canning Town and Custom House Regeneration Project, a £3.7bn project which aims to transform a large part of the London Borough of Newham.
The contemporary development will incorporate over 100 homes, as well as retail and leisure spaces, community facilities, a 196 bedroom hotel and pedestrian cycle and vehicle routes.
Leon Burgess, Project Manager at Clarke Facades commented “We are thrilled with the progress that is currently being made on phase two at Hallsville Quarter, Canning Town and we look forward to seeing the final outcome”.
This is the latest high-profile project to be undertaken by Clarke Facades with building envelope work progressing well on The Curtain Club and Private Members Club, Westminster Quarter, Queen Mary University and Weybridge Business Park.
For more information on Hallsville Quarter, Canning Town visit the Hallsville Quarter website:
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