Caspian Wharf Redevelopment, Sites A And B, Bow - Projects - MLM

Caspian Wharf Redevelopment, Sites A And B, Bow

Project Information
  • Location
  • London
  • Sector
  • Housing
  • Services
  • Buildings, Building Services Engineering, Sustainability Consultancy
  • Value
  • £4.9m
Partners
  • Architect
  • Rivington Street Studio Architects

This development was a phased regeneration project, replacing a derelict commercial site with a blend of residential apartments and small retail/commerical units. The primary site is located between the DLR and Violet Road, with a boundary on the Limehouse Cut Canal.

Phase one of the site delivered 111 low-cost apartments for rent and shared ownership, developed in association with a local housing provider, with an independent energy centre, water and electricity infrastructure.

The second phase was a more significant scheme with a basement car park, energy centre, 480 apartments and commercial units for independent occupancy.

Key Features

  • Low energy C.H.P. Communal heating system
  • Thermal interface units for on-demand heating and hot water generation
  • “Smart” metering of energy use
  • Combined smoke extraction and environmental extract to communal areas
  • Flexible door entry and security systems
  • Integration of sub-station into building design
  • Early dialogue with Statutory Authorities to identify impact of development.
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