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North Quay Scheme given green light by Tower Hamlets

The London Borough of Tower Hamlets Strategic Development Committee unanimously resolved to approve Canary Wharf Group’s 355,000 sqm (GIA) North Quay site scheme.

North Quay is the largest remaining development site at Canary Wharf and one of the largest in central London.

The mixed use masterplan gives Canary Wharf Group the flexibility to build between 150,000 and 240,000 sqm of offices, and between 30,000 and 150,000 sqm of residential space.  

Shobi Khan, Chief Executive of Canary Wharf, said: “North Quay will be at the cutting edge of sustainability and a Net Zero Carbon development, reflecting our Climate Pledge commitment to achieve Net Zero by 2030, and our track record of being the UK’s largest developer of sustainable space.

“This project will continue the successful expansion of Canary Wharf, providing a world-class mixed-use environment for the next generation of offices, designed to accommodate sectors such as technology and life sciences.

“It is one of the best-connected sites in London and will form part of the vibrant 15-minute, 24/7 city which we have created at Canary Wharf.”

The outline masterplan also includes up to 60,000 sq m of waterside retail, food and beverage uses along with new pedestrian and cycle routes. Hotels, student housing, co-living and other uses are also permitted within the masterplan.

There will be 0.8 hectares (two acres) of new open spaces and public realm including a new 200m dockside promenade.

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