Take 26 acres of historic London. Add intelligent design, creativity, sustainability, and a real sense of community. And you have Sugar House Lane at Three Mills in London. Forming a triangle with Stratford and Bow, Sugar House Lane is being transformed into an energy-efficient, creatively designed, truly mixed-use neighbourhood. A place alive with the hustle and bustle of residents, retailers and local business people alike. Where mews-style townhouses sit comfortably alongside creative commercial space, where people bring their children to come to school and drop in to use the gym. Where beautiful public courtyards open up to piazzas and waterways bringing a tranquil sense of place to visitor-friendly parks and meandering paths. The plan is to deliver 1,200 new homes (40% of which will be family oriented with three or more bedrooms) and 58,000 m² of space for businesses, including local shops, cafés, restaurants and other community facilities. What’s more, if clients visit from abroad they can conveniently stay locally, at the 350-room hotel. This site is under construction, with the first area, called the North East Quarter, launched this autumn. To register for regular updates, please contact us.