Pudding Mill

Pudding Mill

Our vision for Pudding Mill sought to develop an exemplar piece of urban design that builds on the areas unique history as an industrial island whilst creating a new neighbourhood that complements and contributes to wider regeneration ambitions within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and beyond. This involved developing innovative new typologies to achieve a rich mix of residential and employment uses, including the retention of light industrial uses, a key aspect of the site’s heritage. The masterplan outlines a new medium-density, mixed-use area, including a significant and diverse element of new and replacement business floorspace including spaces suitable for small and medium sized businesses; as well as new homes including a significant element of family housing; and improved public routes to create a connected neighbourhood with a new local centre adjacent to Pudding Mill DLR Station and Pudding Mill Lane.

Client

London Legacy Development Corporation

Location

Stratford, London.

Dates

2014–2016


We produced a clear and engaging narrative of the place's present and history, and use principles gained to inform our emerging proposals
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