Bromley-by-Bow Planning Permission Resolution to Grant
24 January 2018
Following 4 years of hard work and working closely with officers & stakeholders. LLDC planning committee have just resolved to grant planning permission for Danescroft’s 491 unit residential scheme at Bromley by Bow. All of us here at Danescroft are thrilled and are excited to proceed on to the next stage. Well done and huge thanks to everyone involved! Danescroft Land acquired the site, which has direct access to Bromley-by-Bow tube station, in August 2014. It comprises two adjoining sites: Access House, which is a mix of office and warehouse space, and Clock House, which is a derelict office that is currently being used as a temporary compound for Transport for London as it develops the tube station. One of the key components of the site would be a new urban square, which would form the central hub of the overall scheme, said the company. "The Development of this gateway site will act as a catalyst for the further regeneration of Bromley-by-Bow South," said Dominic Fryer, Director at Danescroft Land. "The Agreed masterplan will deliver more many new homes, as well as a new junction from the A12, a local community centre, a two form-entry primary school and a riverside park." The planning application has been two years in the making after protracted negotiations with neighbouring landowners and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). Danescroft's site forms part of the LLDC's overall masterplan for Bromley-By-Bow South, which includes thousands of new homes as well as new commercial space.