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Old October 20th, 2012, 04:32 PM   #4781
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Canary Wharf banking on bright future with £2bn plan for Shoreditch-style shops

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Canary Wharf plans to shake off its image as a windswept financial ghetto by building a £2 billion “urban village” next to its trademark skyscrapers. The owners of the Docklands banking district want to make Canary Wharf - once notorious for its absence of shops and restaurants - into a vibrant East End “creative quarter.”

The first element involves turning the entire 39th floor of the highest skyscraper, One Canada Square, into a “nursery” for growing technology firms to bring “a touch of Shoreditch” into E14. There will also be a four storey shopping centre - due to open in 2015 - above the new Crossrail terminal at Canary Wharf.

But the biggest element of the overhaul is the masterplan for the currently unused 17 acre Wood Wharf site. It is still being drawn up in consultation with local residents by urban planner Sir Terry Farrell ahead of a planning application next Spring. Sir Terry’s new “low rise” vision replaces an earlier plan for more huge towers from rival architect Lord Rogers.

In the new scheme there will be around 3000 homes. John Garwood, Canary Wharf Group’s company secretary, said: ”People now want to live and work in a close community in the same area, they don’t want to commute in any more.” Wood Wharf will be two thirds residential and one third commercial, breathing life into an area dominated by bank offices. It will also make far more use of the surrounding water than the original Canary Wharf.

The first phase of the conversion of Canary Wharf from “City satellite” to “the new Shoreditch” begins in January when “Level 39” opens to technology entrepreneurs. Eric Van Der Kleij, special adviser to property company Canary Wharf Group, says the project will be “Europe’s biggest financial services technology space.”

From launch in the New Year it will provide a whole range of subsidised facilities, from office space and a boardroom to so called “sandboxes” where new software codes can be tested securely. The suspended ceilings from the former KPMG office space are being ripped out to give it are more edgy industrial East End feel. Mr Van Der Kleij said: “We would hope the successful start-ups of Shoreditch would see this as place to grow up. We will start initially with financial services but the next phase will be retail services.”

Around 100,000 people work in Canary Wharf during the week - a figure that is expected to double by 2025 - and between 50,000 and 60,000 visit at the weekend. There were just six shops when the first offices opened in the new Docklands financial district in 1991. Now there are 200 with 68 bars, cafes and restaurants and Europe’s largest health club.

The Canary Wharf Group is planning to develop the Wood Wharf scheme over the next 10 years with the first phase commencing in 2014 and completing in time for Crossrail trains running through Canary Wharf from 2018. Sir George Iacobescu, chairman of Canary Wharf Group, said: ”The development strategy will focus on establishing Wood Wharf as a new creative district for London with a siginificant residential element drawing on the strengths of Canary Wharf’s amenities, employment and transport infrastructure.”

The Key Changes:
  • 39th floor of One Canada Square skyscraper turned into 29,000 sq ft subsidised “incubator” for tech companies
  • Huge transport improvements with Crossrail arriving in 2018
  • New four storey shopping mall above Crossrail with Lord Foster designed park on roof opening 2015.
  • Extension of existing shopping area at Jubilee Place
  • New programme of entertainments - many free - ranging from opera to comedy nights with 180 events a year.
  • New Docklands “village” at Wood Wharf with 3000 homes
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Old October 21st, 2012, 04:41 PM   #4783
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Facebook’s European head is leaving the social networking group to take charge of government efforts to promote London’s growing high-tech cluster.

Joanna Shields, a Facebook vice-president and its managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa, will take over in January as chief executive of the Tech City Investment Organisation, which flies the flag for the technology and media businesses concentrated around Old Street and Shoreditch in the east of the city.

The appointment of one of the UK’s most-senior technology executives will be seen as a coup for the government, which has pledged to bring inward investment opportunities to the area and promote homegrown companies overseas.

Named by Wired magazine in 2011 as “the most influential person in European technology”, Ms Shields held previous roles including chief executive of Bebo, the social networking site sold to AOL in 2008, and Google’s managing director for its Europe, Russia, Middle East and Africa business.

David Cameron, prime minister, said: “Joanna’s experience will be hugely valuable in supporting Tech City as it goes from strength to strength.”

She will also join Sir Anthony Bamford of JCB, Hermann Hauser of Amadeus Capital Partners and other experienced corporate figures as a “business ambassador”, highlighting UK trade opportunities abroad.

TCIO was set up in 2011 as part of UK Trade and Investment, the trade promotion agency. Lord Green, UKTI minister, said: “The UK has a creative and dynamic digital industries sector that we want to see grow even further and provide a real boost to our economy. Joanna’s appointment as business ambassador is a statement of our ambition for overseas trade in this sector.”

The East London tech cluster, which by a recent estimate numbers 3,200 businesses in media, software and communications, sprang up in the 1990s through a combination of low rents, proximity to the City and an informal creative culture.

Larger companies have opened offices in the area in recent years, including Twitter, Expedia and Amazon. Google this year launched Google Campus, which offers desk space and business guidance to 100 start-ups.

Eric van der Kleij, Ms Shields’ predecessor at TCIO, left the agency this year after his contract expired. He has since taken up an advisory role with Canary Wharf Group, which is seeking to attract more technology businesses to its properties.
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Old October 21st, 2012, 07:08 PM   #4785
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26 storey mixed use tower immediately adjacent to Stratford bus and underground Stations as well as Eurostar international terminal.

The site is a strategic gateway site between the existing Stratford Town and the forthcoming Stratford City. It not only has immediate access into the Central line, Jubilee line, DLR and the national rail network but it is only a stone’s throw from the Olympic site which, is set to radically regenerate this part of East London.

The scheme has been designed by award winning architects Allies & Morrison who have created a stunning 26 storey elliptical tower. It comprises 5,531 sq ft of retail on the ground floor with approximately 45,345 sq ft of offices over the next 5 storeys. The remaining 20 storeys are residential and will provide 260 flats in total, comprising 1-bed and 2-bed flats. There is parking provision for 62 cars, 18 motorcycles and 280 bicycles. Planning consent has now been granted.
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Old October 21st, 2012, 07:26 PM   #4787
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London property prices: Crossrail ‘will boost house prices by up to 25 per cent’

Homeowners living along the route of Crossrail are expected to enjoy a huge windfall over the next decade as property values soar by 25 per cent, according to a new study.

The first detailed research into the economic impact of the project said rising house prices would be part of a £5.5 billion surge in commercial and residential developments around new stations by 2021.

Some 57,000 new homes and 3.25 million square metres of commercial space — more than double the capacity of Canary Wharf — would cluster around some of the new stations, the study claims.

Hotspots enjoying a 25 per cent house price rise would be centred on Ealing Broadway, Southall, Hayes and Harlington, Farringdon, Whitechapel, Custom House, Woolwich and Abbey Wood. Those near stations at either end of Crossrail, in Berkshire and Essex, would see home values increase by 20 per cent above the baseline trend.

The area around Tottenham Court Road would also benefit. The report was commissioned by Crossrail and carried out by property consultancy GVA. It also claims commercial values will rise by 10 per cent as offices and retail developments mushroom.

The £16 billion Crossrail project is one of the largest British infrastructure schemes of modern times, with eight new stations and 120 kilometres of track linking Maidenhead in Berkshire to Shenfield in Essex. Some 20 kilometres of tunnelling work is under way. Services are scheduled to start in 2018.

It aims to bring 1.5 million more people within a 45-minute commute of the West End, City and Canary Wharf. GVA director Mike Taylor said: “It will have an impact not just in London but Essex and Berkshire.

“As a result of significantly improved transport connections, areas such as Abbey Wood, Woolwich, Ealing Broadway and Southall are future places to watch. Crossrail will be the catalyst for regeneration and a key driver to maintaining London’s position as a leading global city.”

Boris Johnson said: “These latest figures demonstrate the impact of this ambitious project is already taking hold.”

The report says Crossrail would “support the delivery” of £5.5 billion of residential and commercial property within one kilometre of new stations.
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"26 storey mixed use tower immediately adjacent to Stratford bus and underground Stations as well as Eurostar international terminal"

Nice to see they've completly missed the fact that Eurostar trains aren't stopping at Stratford.
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It seems that Galliard is about to start construction on Indescon Court - Phase 2. It features a main tower ranging from 12 to 32 storeys and a 10-storey rotunda building. The new buildings will provide 546 residential units, a 120-bed three-star hotel, plus office and retail space. The development will be 95 metres high.

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Downing Developments plans to construct a new 32-storey residential tower and swimming pool on South Lambeth Road in London have been approved by the local council.

The proposals by Feilden Clegg Bradley feature a tower with accommodation for 572 students plus what will be a new swimming pool and a leisure scentre.

Since it first surfaced, the pool has been lengthened to 25 metres due to the feedback given by early consultations making it a standard short course pool in length. The width of the pool will allow for three 6 metres lanes.
Furthermore there will be a 2.5 metre wide 18 metre long stretch to the pool which will be aimed at family use rather than more serious sport training.
In addition to the pool there will be a leisure centre. The leisure section of the project will present a glazed frontage to South Lambeth Road with the leisure facilities being used animate it to the passing traffic.

Above the leisure centre and pool will be a roof terrace for students with the main building towering over it and reaching a height of 96.5 metres. This will boast triangular floor plates with the rooms on each floor set off a central core. The communal area for each cluster will be placed on one of the corners of the triangle leading to three cluster flats per floor. Topping the tower will be a second accessible roof terrace.

Downing Developments hope to begin construction later in 2012, with the project being completed in time for the 2014 academic year.
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Working on behalf of Family Mosaic, bptw’s architects and planners are working on new proposals to regenerate Heathside and Lethbridge Estates in Lewisham.

The large scale development will see the former estates transformed into a modern mixed tenure scheme of over 1200 high quality private and affordable homes, designed to Code level 4, a community centre and retail opportunities for the area. bptw is currently undertaking designs for phase 3, with phases 1 and 2 already on site following comprehensive working drawings packages.

Design drivers for phase 2 of the scheme focused on creating triangular form, positioned ideally within the masterplan adjacent to the new public square, central park and key routes. Two corners of the block are accentuated by 10 and 17 storey towers. The taller elements offer excellent views of the London skyline, whilst family homes have direct access from front doors on to the central park.

The development includes a high proportion of family homes and the provision of amenity space has been achieved through large private balconies, communal courtyards and shared green spaces across the new development. Routes and links have been much improved with the inclusion of high quality landscaping and a central park with the addition of retail and community facilities.
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A new urban quarter with 700 residential flats, high quality retail,restaurants and cultural uses is planned on the site of the former Young's Brewery in the centre of Wandsworth. The scheme is based around the creation of two squares, one at the south of the site next to the main original brewery buildings, and the second at the north, in front of the retained stables building. The scheme links the high street on the south with the sites to the north of the ring road and River Thames along the Wandle River.
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Battersea Power Station


The Battersea Power Station planning application proposes around 3,700 homes alongside retail, office, cultural and leisure uses which will generate over 15,000 new and varied job and training opportunities. There will also be over 20 acres of new open space. For the first time, there will be public uses inside the Power Station itself, as well as a biodiesel fired CCHP energy centre producing 30MW of electricity.
The improvement of public transport is an essential part of making Nine Elms a sustainable, low carbon environment.
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Bermondsey Spa Regeneration


This phased scheme is a significant attempt to stitch back together a fragmented area of South London by reintroducing street patterns, that had been devastated in the 1960s, with homes, a surgery, local supermarket and small retail units.
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The jury is still out on the extent of HS2’s economic benefits to London and the rest of the UK. But extensive plans are being drawn up to make the most of the proposed line, with a focus on old Oak Common as the ‘Canary Wharf of the West’ along with a rejuvenated Euston station and environs.

Those were the overriding themes to be drawn from a special NLA session on Wednesday morning, organised to provide an update on the impact and opportunities for the capital from the high-speed line.

HS2 technical director Prof Andrew McNaughton said that the scheme was necessary to provide London – ‘the only true metropolis in Europe’ and a city faced with 1 million more people by 2031 – with the capacity it needs and to connect the rest of the country’s ‘spine’ of major conurbations. The project has the go-ahead to develop detail for a hybrid bill by the end of 2013 on the first stage of the ‘Y Network,’ with a view to getting the line up and running with a full commercial service in 2026.

McNaughton said that a two-station solution was required at the London end of the line at Old Oak Common and Euston, because without this, any speed advantages would be lost in congestion. ‘If anyone doesn’t understand that, try Shanghai’, he said. As part of the plans, Euston will be expanded with 10 new platforms, potentially underground in order to foster better pedestrian movement across the site. Development opportunities at Old Oak Common will be ‘enormous’, he added, but part of the four-pronged process toward the mayor’s approval of the project will be assessing HS2’s environmental impact – felt to be considerable by many observers.

One such, Camden Council leader Cllr Sarah Hayward said the effects of HS2 on her borough would be wide-ranging, with people losing their homes and businesses, especially in the half of Drummond Street which will be swallowed up by Euston expansion. Furthermore, said Hayward, construction work will impact adversely on local schools, and blight over areas will cause uncertainty. ‘The impact is already quite devastating for people’, she said. ‘HS2’s impact on Camden is devastating and has been ill thought-through’.

But rather than talk of ‘mitigating’ the line, we should be maximising its positive elements, said Arup’s Global Rail Leader director Colin Stewart. ‘We’re looking for something for the next 50, 100, 200 years’, he said. ‘It’s legacy, so we have to get it right’. Transport for London managing director, planning, Michèle Dix was more positive: ‘Old Oak Common is a big, big opportunity to not just have a transport interchange but a big development here’, she said. ‘Our job is to widen the remit.’

LSE London director Tony Travers said that although Government sees HS2 as a major economic driver to the rest of England, from railway developments of the past it is ‘not at all clear there will be that kind of impact.’ He added that it was questionable why an area so close to London as Old Oak Common had been so resistant to economic development thus far, and there were concerns about the line undermining overground routes. But development of the ‘tired 1960s Euston station could be used as a catalyst to bring substantial change to an area with poverty and monocultural housing.’

Neil Bennett of Terry Farrell + Partners said he believed that Old Oak Common could see development comparable to Canary Wharf in scale. But he added that it was important to view all of Britain’s transport infrastructure improvements as part of an integrated system. Finally, GLA strategic planning manager Martin Scholar said that the HS2 plans were an important proposition with a ‘subtext’ of regeneration benefits, not least at Park Royal, and helped by emerging Opportunity Area Planning Frameworks. ‘Transformational change should be the aim at Old Oak Common. We’re trying to lobby for more than a rail-to-rail interchange’, he said. ‘It’s not Crewe.’
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The Future for Croydon Town Centre - 5/7/2012


A potent mixture of strong leadership, effective plan-making and mayoral regeneration cash following last year’s riots look set to lift Croydon into a new phase of development. But the town must decide whether it wants to be a part of London or continue adding to its ‘Croydon-ness’, must move forward with its plans to build an enlarged retail centre and continue to ‘tame’ hostile environments such as Wellesley Road.

Those were some of the key points to emerge from a special conference on the future of Croydon yesterday evening at the NLA. Keynote speaker and Croydon chief executive Jon Rouse said that the main thrust for the town is in several major masterplans and a new Opportunity Area Planning Framework which foresees significant residential growth in the centre. Part of the challenge was the existing, mixed 1960s office stock, and the fact that the council ‘had managed to miss three successive economic growth periods because it backed the wrong horses’. But a mark of how proactive the council has been is demonstrated in the way Abstract Securities won planning permission for its new Renaissance office scheme, including a Section 106 agreement, in five weeks and three days. Impressed with that performance from the local authority, GLA executive director of development and environment Fiona Fletcher Smith said she would be recommending to Boris Johnson that he produce a performance league table to ‘gee up’ others. Abstract is on site withe the Renaissance scheme near East Croydon station already, having only approached the council for the first time in January. Abstract Group chief executive Mark Glatman said that the main thinking behind the project was to offer a super-efficient building that, at £22/ sq ft, is the most competitive deal in the M25, pitched at attracting the admin departments of firms in central London.

To improve connectivity to this part of town, a new bridge link from the station is also underway, while Rouse said that work will begin after the Olympics on ‘taming’ the hostile Wellesley Road. This is in the form of two at-grade crossings with more work to come in order to raise the pedestrian and bike-friendly atmosphere to the town, as well as a more residentially-focused heart.

Other office schemes such as Menta’s Morello tower will help bring a ‘cascade of further interest in Croydon’, said its chief executive Craig Marks, while plans to extend the Whitgift centre may go to Hammerson, working on a holistic approach with Farrells and RTKL. This, said director of Hammerson’s retail development Robin Dobson, will be ‘one piece of retail circuit’ and ‘something tailored to Croydon, rather than ‘big boxes dumped into retail squares.’ The rival bidder on this scheme, Westfield, is working with Allies & Morrison, with partner Bob Allies revealing that the scheme will include towers containing 600 new flats. Finally, Stanhope/Schroders now has outline planning permission for its plans to build up to 1.6 m sqft of commercial and up to 625 units of residential.

As Menta’s Craig Mark pointed out, ‘the delivery of Croydon is imminent’.
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