The plans will form the basis of an Outline Planning Application in late summer/autumn.
Now is an exciting time for Hackney Wick. The opening of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on its doorstep, improvements planned for the station and increasing investment in local development, bring some major opportunities for regeneration. These should be of real benefit to those people living and working in the area.
We want to build on the area’s rich history and we are working on a heritage inspired plan for sensitive and sustainable development in the neighbourhood centre, that can retain employment space, provide new housing and deliver high quality public realm whilst making the most of existing assets.
Boards from a number of public exhibitions held in July can be downloaded below. If you have comments or questions please contact the team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to those who have commented during the process. Comments will be used to inform the Outline Planning Application to be submitted late summer/autumn.
Please note that as these are large files, you may need to right click and 'save as' to ensure they are downloaded in full.
Set one: Introduction
- Neighbourhood centre
- Why are we doing this, what are we doing, and how?
- What is already happening in the area?
Set two: Our proposals (1)
- A heritage inspired centre
- Historic streets, yards and passageways
- Opening up access to the canal
- Variety of building heights and sizes
- Character and appearance
Set three: Our proposals (2)
- Public realm design
- Workspace and working yards
- New homes