NAO Landscapes awarded hard landscaping contract for Hallsville Quarter, Phase 3

Linkcity and the London Borough of Newham have joined forces to deliver one of the city’s most significant town centre regeneration projects—Hallsville Quarter forms part of the £3.7 billion Canning Town and Custom House Regeneration Programme and will create a £600 million town centre for the up and coming area in East London. The development will provide 1,100 homes, over 323,000 sq ft of leisure and retail space and more than 32,000 sq ft of space for community facilities. Phase 3 has been underway since 2020 with Bouygues appointed as the main contractor. This particular phase is the largest to date and will more than double the number of houses the scheme has delivered so far. 

NAO Landscapes was thrilled to be awarded the contract for hard landscaping works by Bouygues and has been on the ground since 2022. The landscaping team are currently being led by project manager, Lyall Whitehead who joined the NAO team earlier this year. The project features multiple shared podium garden courtyards above street level that will provide a green space for residents away from the buzz of the high street. The courtyards offer a peaceful environment consisting of high-quality street furniture and play equipment making it widely accessible. A new civic square and park will also be created, all of which will be surrounded by high street retail, cafes and restaurants with outdoor dining. Phase 3 will see the completion of all of the main public pedestrian spaces in 2024. NAO Landscapes is continuing to work closely with all parties to ensure a successful handover for each part of the project. 

Consisting of 5 phases in total, Hallsville Quarter has been ongoing for over a decade and once finished, will transform the area into a flourishing residential, retail and leisure destination. It truly is one of the most ambitious and exciting redevelopment projects in the history of East London and will greatly improve the lives of residents through better public services, improved security and accessible open space.