Bishopsgate Goodsyard

A masterplan for joint venture development partners Hammerson and Ballymore, to regenerate the ten acre Bishopsgate Goodsyard site, creating a vibrant new mixed-use urban quarter in the heart of Shoreditch focusing on flexible workspace and the creative industries.

The plans include 5.9 acres of public realm both at ground level and as part of the proposed park on top of the historic Braithwaite Viaduct. This will include a diverse mix of imaginative landscaped spaces, as well as cafés, restaurants and a hotel, creating active uses as part of the extended ‘high-line’-style walkway. At street level our approach to routes and public spaces includes a new east-west pedestrian street running from Brick Lane to Shoreditch High Street.

Our proposals ensure that as much as possible of the site’s heritage is retained, with the listed Braithwaite Viaduct arches opened up to the public and the Oriel Gate restored to become the ‘gateway’ entrance to the site from Shoreditch High Street.

Summary:
Mixed use regeneration development

Size:
270,000m²

Budget:
£200,000,000

Client:
JV Hammerson plc and Ballymore Developments (UK)

Construction:
TBA

Opening:
TBA

The Goodsyard is a unique regeneration opportunity and we have selected a team which we feel will deliver an inspiring mixed-use scheme which is fitting of its location and importance within London.

Robert Allan
Project Director, Hammerson