Three residential buildings by Haworth Tompkins will complete east London development

Haworth Tompkins has won consent for the final residential buildings at Fish Island Village, a regeneration project near the Olympic Park in east London.

The three blocks will complete the sequence of buildings fronting the Hertford Union Canal.

FIV Phase 3 Haworth Tompkins Fish Island Village Forbes Massie View 2

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Haworth Tompkins’ Fish Island Village

They will also bring to completion the third phase of a project whose first two phases started on site in 2017 with buildings by Pitman Tozer, Lyndon Goode Architects and Haworth Tompkins.

The Stirling Prize-winner also masterplanned the live-work development, reworking a previously consented scheme by Stockwool formerly known as Stock Woolstencroft.

A collaboration between Peabody, housebuilder Hill and social enterprise The Trampery, Fish Island Village will contain 588 mixed-tenure homes and 5,522sq m of commercial floorspace when it is completed in August next year.