A mix of homes and a high street to bring new life to Stroudley Walk

Delivered by
Muse
Location
Stroudley
Use
Independent Retail / Residential / Affordable / Mixed Use / Public Space / Retail

Designed with the community

Through community conversations with residents, businesses and local people, Poplar HARCA and Muse are creating a new neighbourhood for Stroudley Walk, in the vibrant London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Over 500 local people gave us feedback to influence the final proposals which have been designed by RMA architects.

For all sorts of families

We’re creating 274 new homes ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, from studio apartments to four-bedroom, terraced family homes. There are also 82 homes available for London affordable rent,  and 33 for shared ownership. All three and four bedroom homes will  be delivered as London Affordable Rent for the families who need them most.

A sense of place

The masterplan for Stroudley focusses on creating a safe and thriving, vibrant neighbourhood, and includes a new pocket park and part-pedestrianised street, with ground floor spaces for the wider community to enjoy. The existing shops at Stroudley Walkwill stay open throughout the construction and Muse and Poplar Harca will be working with them to minimise disruption to their businesses.

Muse has worked closely with local charity, Bow Arts, to deliver a workshop for a local school on empowerment. The ideas from this workshop will be incorporated into a commissioned artwork for Stroudley Walk’s public realm.

Designed with the community

Through community conversations with residents, businesses and local people, Poplar HARCA and Muse are creating a new neighbourhood for Stroudley Walk, in the vibrant London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Over 500 local people gave us feedback to influence the final proposals which have been designed by RMA architects.

For all sorts of families

We’re creating 274 new homes ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, from studio apartments to four-bedroom, terraced family homes. There are also 82 homes available for London affordable rent,  and 33 for shared ownership. All three and four bedroom homes will  be delivered as London Affordable Rent for the families who need them most.

A sense of place

The masterplan for Stroudley focusses on creating a safe and thriving, vibrant neighbourhood, and includes a new pocket park and part-pedestrianised street, with ground floor spaces for the wider community to enjoy. The existing shops at Stroudley Walkwill stay open throughout the construction and Muse and Poplar Harca will be working with them to minimise disruption to their businesses.

Muse has worked closely with local charity, Bow Arts, to deliver a workshop for a local school on empowerment. The ideas from this workshop will be incorporated into a commissioned artwork for Stroudley Walk’s public realm.

A unique and rich history

Stroudley Walk has a unique heritage, which tells a story of progress and change. Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst, daughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, made her first speech at in 1913 there, as part of a campaign to improve the conditions of women living in the East End.

Mahatma Ghandi also stayed in nearby Kingsley Hall for 12 weeks as he visited England in 1931 to discuss constitutional reform in India with British politicians. This fascinating history is central to the design of the neighbourhood.

Stroudley Walk provides an opportunity to benefit the local area with much-needed affordable homes, public spaces and a welcoming place for all.

Isabelle Asante
Senior Development Manager, Muse
Paul Dooley
Director of Development and Regeneration, Poplar Harca
Resident
Stroudley Walk,

In numbers

New homes

Affordable rent

Shared ownership homes

New shops

Community Café

Partners

Poplar Harca

Poplar HARCA is an award-winning Housing and Regeneration Community Association in East London. They create opportunities that realise community potential through exceptional homes and thriving places, with social justice at their core.

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Timeline

2018

Design and Consultation

We had conversations with local residents, businesses and the wider community to get their feedback, and the design ideas were developed.

2020

In Planning

A planning application was submitted taking into consideration the wants and needs of the local community.

2021

Planning Approved

The planning application was approved by the local authority, and the S106 Agreement signed.

2023

On site

We are on site and things are starting to happen.

2025

Completion

We expect the new high street and homes to be fully complete by winter 2025.

2018
2020
2021
2023
2025

Construction updates

We’re committed to keeping you up to date with progress on site at Stroudley Walk. The latest news will be available here – check back regularly for updates.

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