In four residential structures with a maximum height of 25 stories, Ardmore will construct 371 mixed-tenure units under the £154 million design and build contract. In addition to 290 privately listed homes for sale, the programme will include 81 inexpensive homes that are offered for shared ownership and social rent.
The appointment builds on Ardmore’s vast experience in completing large residential-led regeneration projects, including the 387-unit Phase 4a of Battersea Power Station and the 1,000-unit multi-phase Parkside plan in Lewisham, reports Contract Journal.
“I am thrilled that Hackney has shown such trust in us to create one of their most famous developments,” said James Byrne, director of Ardmore. “We’ve already been able to establish a productive working relationship with Hackney and their design team over the past few months to assist in bringing the buildings in line with the highest safety standards without sacrificing quality.”