Housing that evolves a vibrant, thriving and sustainable community in a historic riverside location
This, the second phase of the Great Eastern Quays development, contributes towards the evolving vibrant, thriving and sustainable community of this historic riverside location.
Our scheme, the second phase of a wider masterplan by Maccreanor Lavington, provides 468 new homes, 32% of which will be affordable housing, and 2200sqm of commercial units. Made up of eight buildings ranging from four to eleven storeys, the development is high density, providing high-quality homes within a strong, traditional, urban structure.
Royal Albert Wharf offers an inviting and family orientated place for locals to live, with a community feel and affordable pricing.
Many parts add up to a greater whole
As with the earlier phases of the Masterplan, the public realm has a clear hierarchy of space and unified landscape design. Public, private and communal spaces for residents and visitors are clearly defined and help shape the identity of Great Eastern Quays. Each public space has a specific character, inspired by its location in the scheme, and its proximity to the riverside or docks.
The streets and blocks stitch into the existing urban fabric and local communities, creating routes from the new residential areas, and evolving centre at Royal Wharf to the river, regenerating a significant piece of the riverfront.