London Borough of Redbridge
Redbridge is an outer borough in north-east London with a growing, culturally rich and well educated community of over 288,000, which is experiencing significant population growth.
The projected figure for the year 2030 is 365,000. In order to accommodate the level of population growth projected for the next 15 years, Redbridge Council’s Core Strategy, adopted in 2008, is now being reviewed.
The draft Redbridge Local Plan 2015 - 2030 proposes a sustainable growth model to deliver growth through the identification of five broad Investment Areas. Each is based on established town centres and transport nodes that could support a range of land uses, helping to revitalise town centres and local employment and leisure opportunities, whilst also providing new community facilities and homes.
OPPORTUNITY LONDON 2021, NLA LONDON BOROUGHS REPORT - REDBRIDGE
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The Spark Lab transforms a disused department store on the high street into a retail incubator and cultural venue and a street into an urban forest of ancient Essex landscape.
SPACE Ilford - part of the SPARK
SPACE working with HAT Projects created a light touch re-purposing of parts of Redbridge Town Hall to create 35 studios for artists along with Ilford's first Public Art Gallery.
MM Ilford - Part of The SPARK
MM Ilford transforms Redbridge Town Hall car-park, by creating a covered food market, promoting fresh food from local growers and encourage social enterprise with start-up food and drink businesses.