Pudding Mill is one of five new neighbourhoods on the Park. Pudding Mill is comprised of two sites – Pudding Mill Lane and Bridgewater – which together will deliver around 1,500 new homes and workspace for around 2,000 people.
Plans for Pudding Mill include new homes to meet the needs of families, a new neighbourhood centre around Pudding Mill Lane DLR station, creation of new workspace and improving connections between Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to Stratford High Street and beyond.
Pudding Mill Lane
Pudding Mill Lane will be a thriving walkable new neighbourhood centre with approximately 900 apartments, townhouses and maisonettes designed to suit families. It will see the creation of a new neighbourhood centre around the DLR station and will include significant workspace delivering a jobs, retail and community uses.
It will be a diverse neighbourhood which attracts and meets the needs of people at different stages of their life providing them with well-designed and spacious homes, and provides fantastic views and access to the Park and the rest of London.
Bridgewater is an island site and will be a beautiful new riverside residential community. It will provide approximately 600 homes on the southern edge of the world-famous Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, with waterfront homes and apartments knitted into this special setting. The acclaimed university for UCL East and the iconic London Aquatics Centre and London Stadium are its immediate neighbours. The cultural and education district of Stratford Waterfront (part of East Bank), the offices of International Quarter London and the shops at Westfield are only 10 minutes away. At the cross roads of Stratford High Street and the Greenway and enveloped by Waterworks River, it is a place of sanctuary where residents can relax in a peaceful setting, but know they are never far from the global attractions of Stratford.
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