The British Land Company plc, one of the largest property development and investment companies in the United Kingdom, has revealed plans for the construction of two more towers at the underdevelopment Canada Water Regeneration scheme in Docklands, southeast London.
Covering a total of 53 acres at Canada Water, the Canada Water Regeneration scheme is one of the largest mixed-use regeneration projects in London, featuring up to 3,000 new homes, two million sq ft of workspace, and one million sq ft of retail, leisure, entertainment and community space including proposed health and social infrastructure, and educational uses for all ages.
Overview of the Canada water regeneration schemes new towers
The two new towers, which will be developed for residential purposes, will stand 34 and 37 storeys high with the shorter tower linked to a nine-storey podium of offices that are being developed on plot F, near the site of the earlier Daily Mail printworks.
Designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, with Aecom and Gardiner& Theobald as project managers and cost consultants respectively, this phase will offer 410 flats with balconies, and a rooftop park above the offices that will provide 37,540 sq m of workspace.
The first phase, developed by Wates Group, concerns the construction of a 270,000 sq ft 35-storey highrise building on Plot A1, with a total of 186 homes for sale. Mace Group is constructing a 250,000 sq ft office-led scheme that has a 56,000 sq ft leisure hub on Plot A2 under the second phase while McAleer and Rushe is busy on Plot K1, a scheme merely for 79 affordable homes as part of the third phase.
Together these three projects are valued at approximately US$ 407.5M.