Ballymore and Hammerson to unveil revised plans for Bishopsgate Goodsyard

Bishopsgate Goodsyard planners

Joint venture partners Hammerson and Ballymore have announced they will unveil revised proposals for their long-delayed Bishopsgate Goodsyard redevelopment scheme in Shoreditch at a public consultation next week.

The plans for the scheme around Shoreditch High Street Station have faced opposition from locals since they were submitted to Hackney and Tower Hamlets councils in 2014 with critics continually calling for a reduction in the residential towers heights.

The revised proposals for developing the 10-plus acre site at Goodsyard allow for lower building heights, with “an increased focus on workspace and the creative industries whilst retaining more of the site’s heritage” according to the JV partners.

This content is only available to registered users

You must be logged in to continue

Gated access promo

Would you like to read more?

Register for free to finish this article

Due to the unprecedented challenge facing our industry at this time will be entirely free to view to all users until 19 April. Register now to benefit from the following:

  • UNLIMITED access until 19 April
  • From 20 April, can still access up to four FREE articles per month
  • Breaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happens
  • Choose from our portfolio of email newsletters

To access this article REGISTER NOW

Would you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £5 per week.

Registered users and subscribers SIGN IN here to continue