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One of London’s largest regeneration projects to meet the needs of the growing and diverse population. Over 5,500 new homes will be delivered at Woodberry Down, with more than 40% affordable, all on a 26 hectare site.
Our planning and architecture teams have worked with Hackney Council and Berkeley Homes for the past decade to deliver this exemplar project. Rolfe Judd Architecture have designed a number of buildings on the site, including Riverside and Waterside Apartments, Aqua Apartments and the Skyline tower.
Woodberry Down occupies a unique location in North London, adjacent to the New River and the East and West Stoke Newington Reservoirs. The waterways are designated Metropolitan Open Land and of significance for nature conservation. The vision for the scheme is for a social infrastructure and facilities to enhance the unique character of the area, as well as to build a sustainable and inclusive community.
The masterplan provides social and private housing, public parks, retail, schools and library as well as spaces where people and community groups can meet and access a range of important local services.
The scheme has been awarded National Demonstration status for the Development of Mixed Sustainable Communities by the CLG Department of Central Government
Delivery of the sites within Woodberry Down is phased to ensure the efficient decant of buildings reducing disruption to local residents.
Contact: Charles Graham, Jason Rudolph.
Client: Berkeley Homes