Following our extensive work at Phase One of Leaside Lock, Rund Partnership is continuing to help The Guinness Partnership progress its major scheme in Bromley-by-Bow as Phase Two of the project is now underway.
The development, which forms part of a wider regeneration project in the Greater London Authorities’ Lower Lea Valley (including Stratford) Opportunity Area, is delivering a total of 965 homes within a vibrant neighbourhood. A community centre, commercial areas and retail spaces will also be created as part of the scheme.
Cameron Cappus, Managing Clerk of Works at Rund Partnership said: “Leaside Lock is making a substantial contribution towards the Opportunity Area’s ambitious targets to create at least 32,000 homes and thriving communities through its regeneration programme. Our Clerk of Works services have been and will continue to be paramount in ensuring all homes reflect the strict quality standards required across the scheme.”
Phase One of the project involves the construction of 500 homes, with nearly 50% set to be affordable housing. Our Clerk of Works services have proven invaluable so far as we have been monitoring quality, construction, compliance, and progression of works to ensure exceptional build standards are followed. We have also been providing mechanical and electrical and fire stopping services, carrying out thorough inspections to aid compliance with strict safety and quality standards. Our Fire Stopping services have been particularly vital during installation of precast concrete panels at the site, which provide a high-quality and durable cladding option.
While works on Phase One continue, construction will begin on 144 affordable rent homes as part of Phase Two – with our Clerk of Works services ongoing to ensure consistent quality control procedures are carried out across all homes.