Pudding Mill Lane
Located on the southern fringe of the LLDC’s masterplan for Stratford, this scheme forms a key piece in the Olympic legacy jigsaw. Pudding Mill Lane aims to be a thriving, new local centre around an overground rail station delivering c.900 homes and 36,000sqm of employment space.
The new neighbourhood will have 40% affordable housing, split between a mix of London Affordable Rent, London Living Rent and Shared Ownership.
The design focuses also on delivering: shops, places to eat and drink, community and leisure spaces, two new riverside parks for play and relaxation, a health centre, nursery, and workspaces for around 2,000 people.
Proximity to the River Lea and Pudding Mill River which may require river wall reinforcement works.
Proximity of railway assets to the north boundary.
Design to consider flood risks for residential units facing rivers.
Presence of UKPN substation at the center of the site and its 24h access requirements.
PLUG Tunnel running beneath the site requiring cantilevered design for Plots 7 and 8 (commercial buildings)
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iM2 Role: Principal Designer Advisor
Gardiner & Theobald
Sector: Residential – Mixed Use
Start Date: TBA
Value: (£) Confidential