20 March 2018

Integrating new homes into the fabric of Tottenham

The London Borough of Haringey has granted reserved matters approval to a project designed by Allies and Morrison for Newlon Housing Trust that will provide 54 new affordable rent homes in Tottenham Hale. In addition to delivering much needed affordable housing, the scheme is an exemplar for urban intensification in London, making the most of a relatively tight, though well connected, site.

01 March 2018

New forms on the London skyline

Over the last few months, two towers designed by the practice have begun to emerge on the London skyline: Two Fifty One and 100 Bishopsgate. Situated on opposite sides of the river, each responds to the unique conditions of its surroundings.

01 March 2018

Bankside renaissance: Completing Lavington Street

Southwark Council has granted planning permission to 25 Lavington Street, a major redevelopment site just behind our studios. Occupying the current location of Lavington House, our proposals seek to create a compact urban development consisting of three new residential buildings and an office building around a new public space.

01 March 2018

Plans unveiled for York Central

Plans have been unveiled for York Central, a large brownfield site to the west of York’s Railway Station. The area is the focus of a major redevelopment project which will deliver up to 2,500 new homes, and up to 100,000 sqm of office, leisure, cultural and retail uses. A multidisciplinary team of Arup, Allies and Morrison and Gustafson Porter + Bowman was appointed in 2016 to masterplan the development on behalf of the York Central Partnership (comprising City of York Council, Network Rail, Homes England and the National Railway Museum).