The next phase of a major regeneration project in Barking is set to launch next month.
Bellway London Partnerships will be opening the doors to its Fielders Quarter development, a collection of 371 houses and apartments, on Saturday, April 4.
The development marks the latest stage of the Barking Riverside regeneration, an ambitious scheme which will eventually deliver 10,800 new homes, healthcare, shopping and leisure facilities on the site of the former Barking Power Station.
Fielders Quarter is the first development to be built by Bellway London Partnerships, a new division established by the housebuilder to deliver key regeneration projects and lower-cost housing across the capital.
A new sales centre and show apartment will be unveiled during the launch event, at which a Bellway London coffee van will be supplying refreshments to visitors.
Bill Kenneally, Regional Director of Bellway London Partnerships, said: “The launch of Fielders Quarter is a landmark moment for Bellway London Partnerships, as it represents the first development for our rapidly expanding division.
“We have recently recruited our first members of on-site sales staff in preparation for the launch, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming visitors to our sales centre and show apartment on April 4.
“The very reason we were established as a division was to deliver major regeneration projects across London, so it is extremely fitting that our first development is at Barking Riverside, a flagship scheme which is providing thousands of much-needed new homes for the capital.
“Fielders Quarter will be an extremely well-connected and sustainable development. It will be one of the closest developments to the new Barking Riverside Overground station, which is set to open in 2021 and will bring central London to within 22 minutes of the site. To encourage environmentally-friendly modes of transport, we will be providing no fewer than 600 cycle spaces at Fielders Quarter and there will also be an on-site cycle hub providing bike repairs.”
Located off Fielders Crescent, the development will include a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments and four-bedroom townhouses. Residents will benefit from a new public open space which is being created at nearby Frogley Park and the homes will be served by the pioneering Envac waste system, with automated waste inlets being used instead of traditional refuse bins.
For more information about Fielders Quarter, visit bellway.co.uk