Mutually created with Oxley Holdings Ltd, our expectation is that the thought behind Royal Wharf is momentous, instead of a specific building. While much advancement along the Thames has had a tendency to be to some degree shallow, our arrangements for Royal Wharf go much further: it isn’t so much that a waterway goes through it, however a high road, and off the high road, side lanes, with the periodic mews. On the off chance that this sounds recognizable, this is on account of we’ve taken our motivation from the way London grew verifiably, giving the developing populace, particularly families, with a rich blend of structures, with a wide range of capacities, yet with a natural as opposed to an arranged vibe. Our desire is that Royal Wharf will come to be seen as a model improvement for future urban recovery.
3,500 residential units arranged along streets and around landscaped squares
New high street with shops, community and commercial uses
Fitness complex and leisure units
Unique proposal includes spacious apartments and 3 and 4 storey family homes
Architects: Glenn Howells (Masterplan), Glenn Howells and Fielden Clegg Bradley (Phase 1)