The developer behind the huge Island Quarter site, Conygar, has revealed a new masterplan for the scheme, which it says will “radically modify” placemaking in a post-Covid world.
Architecture firm Leonard Design Architects (LDA) and placemaking specialist Studio Egret West have explained their updated plans for the 36-acre site – which include “enhanced” green spaces and multi-functional public areas for outdoor events.
The new masterplan contains 10,000 sq m more urban river and green space than the original, as well as more than 20 restaurants, bars and cafés – including Canal Turn, which sits at the heart of phase 1A – and will boast 1,600 new homes and allow for more than 6,000 office jobs.
A spokesperson for Conygar said the refreshed masterplan is more of a
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