ST ANDREW'S MASTERPLAN

Bromley-by-Bow, London

The St Andrew’s Masterplan for Barratt London provides 964 residential units, a health centre and a network of communal open spaces on a three hectare disused hospital site. The high density, landmark low-carbon scheme includes three linear urban blocks, each planned around a central courtyard and arranged to form streets and clear boundaries between public and private space. Roof levels vary in height, creating generous outdoor terraces and a distinct skyline. Two towers, one at each end of the site, address major public spaces and connect with adjacent neighbourhoods.

As well as masterplanning the development, Allies and Morrison are architects for one of the linear blocks, the health centre and both towers.

 

link to St Andrew’s Block A
link to St Andrew’s Block D
link to St Andrew’s Health Centre

Team

Client
Barratt London
Phase architects
Maccreanor Lavington
Glenn Howells
Structural engineers
Adams Kara Taylor
URS Corporation
Services engineer
Whitecode Design Associates
Quantity surveyor
Bucknall Austin
Environmental consultant
Buro Happold
Landscape architect
Townshend Landscape Architects
Planning consultant
CBRE
Traffic consultant
Colin Buchanan and Partners
Project manager
CBRE

Photography
Dennis Gilbert/VIEW

Data

Area
3 ha
Residential Units
964
Location
Devas Street
Bromley-by-Bow
London E3

Civic Trust Awards
Commendation
2014
Housing Design Awards

Community Consultation Award
Graham Pye Award
2010
Brick Award
Best Housing Development
2010
Building for Life Award
2010