Barchester Street Housing

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Barchester Street Housing

Modern Homes in Poplar, London, England – design by Metropolitan Workshop

3 Feb 2015

Barchester Street Housing in Poplar

Location: 83 Barchester Street, Poplar, London E14

Design: Metropolitan Workshop

Barchester Street Housing

Metropolitan Workshop has received planning permission for the redevelopment of 83 Barchester Street, Poplar, London E14 for Canary Wharf Group.

Barchester Street Housing

The scheme is for 115 new affordable homes on the site of former industrial buildings in the Limehouse Cut Conservation Area.

Barchester Street Housing

The site is occupied by a 1939 factory building and a 1956 warehouse which were both last in use as a document storage facility. Three new buildings and retained elements of the existing buildings will enclose a new communal yard space.

Barchester Street Housing

A new six-storey building will replace the former warehouse building and new four and five storey elements are set within the existing walls of the factory.

Barchester Street Housing

The distinctive saw-tooth profile of the factory is echoed in the new roof profile as a series of spines that successively step up from Balladier Walk and Barchester Street. The new elevations are composed primarily of brickwork which include recessed stretchers and cross motifs which reference the existing Festival inspired architecture on the adjacent Lansbury estate.

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A new link building connects creates a threshold to the central landscaped yard.
The new homes are part of Canary Wharf Group’s affordable housing commitment which will be part of its new development phase.

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Barchester Street Housing – Building Information

Client: Canary Wharf Group
Architect: Metropolitan Workshop
Local Authority: LB Tower Hamlets
Quantity Surveyor: Canary Wharf Group
Planning Consultant: DP9
Structural Engineer: Walsh Group
M&E Consultant: MG Partnership
Landscape Architect: Philip Cave Associates
Access Consultant: BuroHappold Engineering
Ecology: Waterman Group
Transport: SDG
Heritage and Townscape: Peter Stewart Consultancy
Daylight, Sunlight: eb7
Submitted for Planning: September 2014
Accommodation: 115 new homes over 4, 5 and 6 storeys

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Buildings close by to Keeling House in Bethal Green include:

Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch
Geffrye Museum
photo © Adrian Welch

Town Hall Hotel & Apartments, Tower Hamlets
Town Hall Hotel & Apartments London
photo © Adrian Welch

Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green
Museum of Childhood Bethnal Green London
photo © Adrian Welch

Another major east London housing development, to the southeast of Keeling House:

Robin Hood Gardens, Poplar
Design: The Smithsons, architects
Robin Hood Gardens Poplar
photo © Adrian Welch

Robin Hood Gardens

Keeling House London

Le Corbusier architect

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