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The new phases will deliver 796 new homes in the London Borough of Newham.
Jane Imrie

Next phases of Royal Docks development to get go-ahead

London-based developer Mount Anvil has secured a resolution to grant planning permission for phases two and three of the Royal Eden Docks development.

Following the first phase of the scheme, a 19-storey tower known as Royal Docks West, the new phases will deliver 796 new homes in the London Borough of Newham.

Construction is scheduled to begin in autumn 2019 with completion due in 2024, and is expected to create 147 new jobs each year.

Emma Foster, development director at Mount Anvil, commented: “Securing resolution to grant planning permission for phases two and three of Royal Eden Docks is a landmark moment for the site.”

“The Royal Docks is one of London’s last pockets of regeneration, and Mount Anvil is proud to be shaping the area for future generations, with the delivery of high quality, tenure-blind new homes and amenities, and helping to establish it as a sought-after place to live.”

Mount Anvil worked in partnership with ExCeL London to secure the resolution, with Jeremy Rees, chief executive officer at ExCeL London adding: “I’m delighted with this latest planning success and our collaborative partnership with Mount Anvil.

“They’ve helped add significant value to our site and have delivered what they said they would. Their technical skills, strong political network and all-round decency make them excellent partners to work with.”

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