Published 04 May 2017

Peabody News

Peabody Shortlisted for Housing Design Awards

Six of our developments have been shortlisted for a prestigious Housing Design Award.

The national awards showcase excellence and innovation in design, and are a cross-industry partnership between various arms of government, the private sector and key professional institutions.

Our four completed schemes on the shortlist delivered over 540 high-quality homes across four London boroughs: Wandsworth, Kensington and Chelsea, Tower Hamlets, and Newham.

Two of our unfinished projects, Fish Island in Tower Hamlets, and Southmere in Thamesmead, have also been recognised.

Peabody developments shortlisted include:

  • St John’s Way (Phase 1) – We completed phase I of our St John’s Hill estate regeneration in April 2016. This comprises of 153 new homes, high quality landscaping and play areas.
  • More West – 112 new homes, as well as, community and retail facilities.
  • Lock Keepers - 109 homes featuring energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly technology such as solar panels.
  • Upton Village – 168 new flats and houses have been built on the site of the former Plaistow Hospital in Newham, east London. The design emerged from a competition held in 2012 to celebrate Peabody’s 150th anniversary.
  • Fish Island – Designed by Pitman Tozer Architects, this scheme at our Fish Island Village development includes 71 new homes, affordable workspaces and a new public square.
  • Thamesmead – The first of four sites which will create more than 1,500 new homes in South Thamesmead. Southmere Village will form a new mixed-use civic quarter for Thamesmead including 525 new homes, a new library, and nearly 40,000 square feet of commercial space for cafes, retail businesses and local enterprises.
Fish Island Village by Peabody

Fish Island Village by Peabody


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