Project
Stephenson Street Public Realm
Location
West Ham, London
Client
Berkeley Homes
Accommodation
4,000 new homes and a mix of uses
Planning authority
London Borough of Newham
Started
2017

Stephenson Street is a major mixed use regeneration scheme of the former Parcelforce depot, south of the Olympic Park on an iconic location by the Lea River. The Stephenson Street development will transform an unused and unloved piece of industrial land in East London into a vibrant mixed use development with 60% of the site designed as greenspace. 

The scheme will deliver 4000 homes, a state of the art secondary school of 1,000 pupils, two community hubs, a new entrance into West Ham Station and 25,000 sq m of shops, restaurants and community facilities. 

Integral to this will be a vibrant public realm including a 5 acre public park, a Science Garden connecting to the new Science Academy, a Piazza and a Central square connecting the station to the park.

Studio and maker-spaces will bring creative and ever changing animation to create a place where people love to live, work and visit. It will be home to a strong, diverse and resilient community that is inclusive, innovative and that builds on West Ham’s rich industrial heritage.

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