New London Architecture

Blackwall Yard


Proposals for a vibrant mixed-use development at Blackwall Yard. Our vision is to create a new neighbourhood here that respects the history of the area and brings to life this part of the Thames front
Zero Carbon London

Zero Carbon London

→ Targeting BREEAM New Construction 2018 Excellent
→ Inclusion of 100 sqm of roof top solar PV panels
→ Targeting to achieve 38% improvement on carbon emissions on Part L (SAP 10)
→ Targeting biodiversity net-gain across the site
→ 500 sqm of new biodiverse habitats including allotments, meadow areas, rain gardens

As part of a pioneering approach to active, shared and environmentally-friendly mobility at the site, Hadley has developed a Sustainable Transport Hub for residents and visitors aimed at reducing the need to own and use a private car. Positioned in the centre of the development the Hub will become a focal point for the transport needs of residents and the immediate surrounding district and community. The Hub is designed to bring together services and features including; shared bikes and e-scooters, Brompton bike hire, e-cargo bike rental, discounted use of leased bikes, a café and a bike repair workshop, bike stands, information pillars and outdoor water bottle filling station. Electric car club cars will also be provided for the residents and information about these services will be displayed at the Hub.

Project information




Tower Hamlets




A1261, Poplar, London E14 5TG, UK

Team Credits


Hadley Property Group


Glenn Howells Architects


Panter Hudspith Architects

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