Our Discover East resource centre, which focuses on the large scale regenerative changes in east London, has been bookmarked by industry expert David Spittles.
“Currell has opened a Discover East resource centre that is worth visiting, showing the regeneration plans and projects in and around Fish Island.”
In his latest article for the Evening Standard’s dedicated property supplement, Homes & Property, David focuses on Stratford and the area’s post-Olympic progress and picks up on our work in Discover East and the He puts particular emphasis on the so called ‘Olympicopolis’, an £850 million project to make Stratford one of London’s newest and best cultural quarters. Plans include a new Victoria and Albert Museum, the relocated campus of the London College of Fashion and a Sadler’s Wells theatre and choreography school.
As part of these changes, Boris Johnson recently announced plans to bump Stratford Station from Zone 3 to Zone 2, showing, as Boris says, “the shifting economic map of London.”
It is these ambitious plans that form the focus of our Discover East resource centre, and the effect they will have in particular on the relatively undiscovered areas of Hackney Wick and Fish Island.
The office plays host to an extensive 3D interchangeable model, highlighting proposed changes to the infrastructure, planning and developments in the area, as well as dedicated research to this very special part of the city. We are working alongside the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to ensure our information is as accurate as possible as we continue to move forward.
To arrange a time to view the model and discuss the area with a member of our New Homes East team, call 020 3826 4888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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