New neighbourhood at Stroudley Walk ready to go
13.03.23 3 min read
We’re about to start on site with the delivery of 274 homes, with 115 available through London Affordable Rent and shared ownership at Stroudley Walk in Bromley by Bow – the new neighbourhood that we’re creating with leading housing provider, Poplar HARCA, with support from the Greater London Authority.
Designed by RM_A Architects and to be built by McAleer & Rushe, the vibrant new place is focused on creating a safe and thriving community, complete with a new pocket park and part-pedestrianised street, with a new community café alongside other retail spaces for everyone to enjoy.
Isabelle Asante, senior development manager, said:
Paul Dooley, director of development and regeneration at Poplar HARCA, said: “This a huge boost to the local community. Tower Hamlets residents will benefit from the creation of more affordable homes and community facilities they can be proud of.”
Deputy mayor for housing and residential development, Tom Copley, said: “I’m delighted to see Poplar HARCA and Muse’s work to create a vibrant new neighbourhood in Bromley by Bow get underway.
“This scheme will provide over 100 much-needed affordable homes in the area as well as a myriad of high-quality facilities including a brand new park, a community cafe and shops.
“Stroudley Walk is another step in our work to build a fairer and more prosperous London for everyone.”
Jonathan O’Neill, senior director at McAleer & Rushe, said: “We are excited to deliver a thriving new neighbourhood of all-electric homes and a fantastic public realm space for all of the community to enjoy for years to come. This regeneration scheme represents our fourth project working with Muse and we are delighted to work in partnership with Poplar HARCA for the first time. It is important to us as a company to integrate ourselves in the communities we operate in, and we look forward to establishing a relationship with local residents and businesses to leave a lasting and positive legacy.”
We’re anticipating to complete the regeneration at Stroudley Walk in Winter 2025.
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