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Housebuilder Vastint UK has launched Botanical Mews, its first collection of homes at the Sugar House Island scheme.
Jane Imrie

Rental homes launch in first phase of mixed-use East London development

The first phase of a new rental residential development has been launched today in Stratford.

Housebuilder Vastint UK has launched Botanical Mews, its first collection of homes at the Sugar House Island scheme.

Comprising 128 apartments and 12 mews houses, the riverside rental properties sit within the new mixed-use development situated near the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Andrew Cobden, managing director at Vastint UK, commented: “Botanical Mews gives residents a new sense of space which isn’t often experienced when living in London.

“As we see more people wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of central London, looking for greenery, access to the outdoors, yet with shorter commutes, Botanical Mews offers the ideal balance.

“Sugar House Island is carefully curated to benefit households of different ages and sizes and to create an integrated and animated local neighbourhood. With construction underway on the new primary school, to be operated by Big Education Trust, there are many perks for people looking to start or relocate a family in east London.”

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