By Guy Montague-Jones2019-01-24T06:20:00
Former Quintain chief executive says riverside development will be an ‘exemplar in the live/work space’
The company behind the Thameside West project is Keystone London, headed by former Quintain chief executive Max James. It has worked with the Greater London Authority, which jointly owns the site, and architects Foster + Partners to draw up the plans for 5,000 homes, 200,000 sq ft of workspace, 75,000 sq ft of shops, restaurants and bars and a four-acre park.
Outline proposals for the scheme were submitted to the London Borough of Newham alongside a detailed application for the first phase of 460 homes and 35,000 sq ft of workspace on the site of the former Carlsberg Brewery.
Property Week spoke to James to find out more about the site and his plans for Keystone.
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