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London, UK

Silvertown

An iconic East London neighbourhood awakens in Silvertown. A place with a bold personality founded in industrial heritage.

A home to be proud of; a purposeful place of business; a dockside destination that inspires. Somewhere to celebrate East London’s pioneering past and brighter-than-ever future.

Project at a glance

Silvertown Quays

Completion Date
Estimated completion 2039

Project Categories
Development, Construction, Urban Regen

Estimated Value
$10.1 billion

 

Project Structure
50:50 Joint Venture with Lendlease and Starwood Capital

Project Scheme
25 hectare mixed-use regeneration scheme comprising:

  • 103,400sqm office space
  • 6,287 apartments

As at 31 Dec 2023. Estimated project value, details and completion date reported in Lendlease Full Year Results, 31 Dec 2023. Figures in AUD.

Project vision

Silvertown Mills, docks, water and broad horizons reinvented as a 27-acre vibrant heart for the Royal Docks and new destination for London. A transformation that will see the Millennium Mills restored, 1.8 million sq ft of nextgeneration business workspace, over 6,000 new homes for every stage of life, and new space for cultural and community events.

A new town centre with shops, restaurants, leisure, bars and cafes will bring the Royal Docks together, while activities in and on the dock will transform London’s relationship with its water and promote healthy active lifestyles.

Coming back to life thanks to a unique partnership of local people, the public sector, Starwood Capital and experienced cityshaping specialists Lendlease, Silvertown is the hero of London’s most important regeneration story.

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Project outcome

The project will create a place that is innovative and environmentally sustainable, with long-term benefits for the local community. It will ensure 25% of the targeted construction jobs are filled by Newham residents, and target 40% of jobs on the completed project to local Newham people.

The site will also restore two iconic heritage buildings to retain the area’s rich industrial heritage and unique identity - the Millennium Mills building, a former flour mill dating from 1906, and Silo D, a Grade II listed 1920s reinforced concrete grain silo. Sustainability is built in, and the project aims to achieve BREEAM Certification for all non-residential properties, and 3-Star Home Quality Mark for all its homes.

Project highlights