Galliard Homes lodges Docklands towers plan
Developer Galliard Homes has submitted plans for a new high-rise urban village at South Quay in London Docklands.
Two London architectural practices, Studio Egret West and Hawkins Brown, have designed the six-tower Millharbour Village project, which is expected to take 5 years to build.
The buildings will be grouped in two clusters around two new parks, with the tallest rising to 45 storeys. In total the ambitious scheme will see around 1.7m sq ft developed across two plots at Millharbour West and Millharbour East.
Galliard said the project would make a significant contribution towards the Capital’s housing needs including affordable housing and will complete the transformation of South Quay.
Millharbour Village is one of the last pieces of the jigsaw left over from the 1980′s regeneration of Docklands.
Aaron Morby | Fri 5th December | Construction Enquirer