Proposals by developers Hammerson and Ballymore go on display for a week from tomorrow

Goodysard 2018 - pedestrian street and park

A reworked version of proposals to redevelop east London’s Bishopsgate Goodsyard site have gone on public display this week, project developers Hammerson and Ballymore have announced.

Plans to regenerate the 4.4ha site in Shoreditch with a 1,300 home scheme featuring PLP Architecture towers of up to 46 storeys bit the dust in 2016, and the practice subsequently walked away from the project.

The new proposals – worked up by surviving design team members FaulknerBrowns, Buckley Gray Yeoman, Chris Dyson and Spacehub – will be lower with the tallest building coming in at 29 storeys.

Goodsyard 2018 - pedestrian street

The plans also include a series of 7-14 storey blocks with up to 250 homes. The site will include 1.4 m sq ft of offices along with 175,000 sq ft of retail and a 300-bed hotel. A park is planned for the top of the grade II listed Braithwaite Viaduct.

The move reacts to local opposition the earlier proposals faced and reflects a shift towards commercial uses for the site, part of which is currently occupied by the Box Park development.

Hammerson and Ballymore said Goodsyard 2.0 would feature “a new approach to routes and public spaces, including a new pedestrian street connecting Brick Lane and Shoreditch High Street, lined with retail, affordable workspace and studios” and an extended High Line-style walkway running across the site from east to west.

The public exhibition, which is being held at Protein Studios at 31 New Inn Yard, runs until next Thursday.

Bishopsgate Goodsyard proposals

How the previous scheme looked