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Mixed-use east London neighbourhood includes 588 homes and swathes of commercial space
Haworth Tompkins has completed the final elements of its Fish Island Village mixed-use neighbourhood in east London, a stone’s throw from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Created in conjunction with Pitman Tozer Architects and Lyndon Goode Architects, the project has delivered 588 new homes and 5,522sq m of new commercial space across 21 new buildings.
Haworth Tompkins masterplanned the redevelopment of the 2.23ha site, to the south of the Hertford Union Canal, for clients Peabody and housebuilder the Hill Group. It said the construction value of the project was £133m.
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