pH+ bags planning for east London homes

Iceland Wharf by pH+

Warm welcome for practice’s £30m Iceland Wharf proposals

The London Legacy Development Corporation has given its backing to a 120-home scheme designed by pH+ for a site on the banks of the River Lea Navigation.

Iceland Wharf is the east London-based practice’s biggest approval to date and will deliver the homes – along with 3,900sq m of work space – in seven blocks of up to eight storeys in height.

Drawn up for developer City & Suburban, the scheme centres on a 0.5ha former scrapyard site at Fish Island in Bow, a stone’s throw from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. pH+ values the project at £30m.

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