Hill submits £800m East London estate rebuild plan

Hill submits £800m East London estate rebuild plan

A development partnership between house builder Hill and housing association Poplar HARCA is bringing forward the £800m Treviot Estate redevelopment scheme in the Borough of Tower Hamlets.

As one of the largest estate regenerations in London, the redevelopment of Teviot in Poplar will transform the area as it is built out over five phases.

The partnership has submitted an outline planning application for all phases of the masterplan, including detailed proposals for phase 1 that is set to deliver 475 homes, 45% of which will be affordable.

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Subject to approvals, the project is scheduled to start on site in April 2025, with the first homes expected to be completed by 2028. The entire project is forecast to be completed by 2042.

Designed by architect BPTW, the scheme covers eight hectares and offers a wide range of homes from studios and apartments to family houses.

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The regeneration will feature new shops and commercial spaces, as well as a new multi-use community centre.

New infrastructure and public realm design focuses on creating safer streets with better pedestrian routes to Langdon Park station and a new foot-tunnel under the A12, with enhanced lighting and CCTV to help reduce anti-social behaviour.

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