£300m Albert Island scheme includes London’s first new shipyard for 300 years
New images have emerged of Haworth Tompkins’ proposals for the regeneration of Albert Island in East London’s Royal Docks.
The Stirling Prize-winning practice was appointed to create regeneration proposals for the 11ha site to the east of London City Airport earlier this year, in conjunction with landscape architect LDA design.
Core elements of the scheme for the site – which is owned by the Mayor of London and being developed by London and Regional – include the capital’s first new shipyard for 300 years, new business space, a transport and engineering education hub, and an innovation and research quarter.
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