The first major scheme to win approval following the reopening of Lea Bridge station gained consent from the London Borough of Waltham Forest in June 2016 and will see developer Hill deliver 300 homes in Lea Bridge Road.
Designed by Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, the project comprises three residential towers set around a landscaped central courtyard.
It also includes 1,950sq m of new commercial space plus a gym.
The £100 million residential-led, mixed-use development will create 300 new homes, including 62 affordable properties.
Following the reopening of the station in 2016, the scheme represents a significant milestone for the regeneration of Lea Bridge Road.
Andy Hill, chief executive of Hill, commented: “With the reopening of Lea Bridge station, there is a real momentum to regenerate the area and this development is building on that while providing much-needed new homes.
Working closely with the London Borough of Waltham Forest, we will create a sleek and eye-catching collection of buildings, which will breathe new life into the area and become a catalyst for further growth and investment.”
Hill began work in autumn 2016 and will complete the development in summer 2019. The first apartments will be launched for sale in early 2018.
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