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Dalston Junction

The practice designed this major residential development in Dalston, which includes a new station and a public square. The scheme comprises 309 apartments and forms a key component of the East London Line extension linking Hackney to the North with Croydon to the South. The scheme has become the pivot-point of a part of London that, until a few years ago, had no widely-known social or cultural cachet. The situation is very different today, and this scheme has played a central role in raising the profile of Dalston as one of London's most fashionable cultural hot-spots.
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  • Sector

    Masterplan, Infrastructure, Residential

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description


  • Client

    Barratt (East London), Transport for London, London Development Agency and London Borough of Hackney

  • Size

    33,000 sqm

  • Cost


  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Architect
    AKT, Structural Engineer
    White Code, Services Engineer
    Barratt, Quantity Surveyor

  • Status

    Completed 2014

Wood Wharf Masterplan London, UK 2012 Onwards
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