Scheme being built by Henry Construction in the shadow of Olympic Park

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Hounslow-based contractor Henry Construction building a new development at Sugar House Island, near the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London.

Developed by Vastint UK and designed by architect Waugh Thistleton, the new workspace quarter called Dane’s Yard (pictured) forms the first phase of a wider Sugar House Island mixed-use scheme.

Dane’s Yard comprises 88,000 sq ft of workspace across eight buildings which will be home to companies in the creative industries, along with retail units.

The 26-acre site is bounded by water and has been masterplanned by ARC-ML. It will deliver 624,000 sq ft of office space and 1,200 homes, plus gardens, courtyards, a riverside park, restaurants, cafes, retail outlets and a hotel.

The site is close to the Olympic Park and next to 3 Mills Studios, home to film and TV productions including the latest Wes Anderson film Isle of Dogs.

The first offices in Dane’s Yard will available for occupation by the end of 2018.