We are delivering one of London’s largest and most exciting town centre regeneration projects, in Canning Town. Forming part of the £3.7 billion Canning Town and Custom House Regeneration Programme, Hallsville Quarter is a catalyst for the transformation of the wider area, forming a new, thriving and prosperous district centre for this emerging area of East London.

Measuring six hectares, Hallsville Quarter will reconnect the areas north and south of the A13 flyover – i.e. Canning Town Corner with Barking Road and Rathbone Market – creating a vibrant, accessible and safe town centre. The western boundary of the site is formed by Silvertown Way, which runs south towards the Royal Docks.

The Canning Town Transport Interchange (Jubilee Line, the Docklands Light Railway and buses) borders the site to the west, across Silvertown Way.

Over five phases, the masterplan will deliver 1,100 homes with a variety of tenures, as well as over 323,000 sq ft of leisure and retail space and over 32,000 sq ft of space for community facilities. New public spaces, pedestrian links and facilities for cyclists are also included, as well as 1,100 secure parking spaces. The entire development area will be pedestrian-only with all public spaces maintained by a developer-led management company.

Within the first phase, we considered the entire site’s energy sustainability by introducing an energy centre capable of serving the requirements of the whole development through renewable sources.

The development’s high street will inject life into the area and provide new retail and leisure spaces for local people and visitors to enjoy. In addition, our commitment to the redevelopment of the public space under the A13 flyover will create a valuable and vibrant new area for the community.

For more information, visit the Hallsville Quarter website.

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