About Ebury Bridge Regeneration Phase 1

Ebury Estate Regeneration project is currently the largest and most significant regeneration project in Westminster, delivering more than 750 central London homes, of which 50% will be affordable. The project will set new standards in how large-scale central London estate regeneration is undertaken, from engaging with residents to reaching new targets for sustainability the project sets a national example.

The new development will set a standard for Westminster’s ground-breaking vision for the new Ebury Bridge Estate, delivering exceptional design quality.

The project will be delivered in three phases, with Phase 1 consisting of 2 blocks of 16 and 17 stories, with a total of 226 units, comprising of:

- 84 market tenure

- 142 social and intermediate housing

- Green area with attractive landscape and social space

 


Activity

During the site visit, all visitors can expect an house keeping and attendance registration, followed by a brief overview of the project. After that, visitors will then be taken to visit the site by a member of the project team. Throughout the tour, visitors will be able to see the construction take place in front of them as the site will be live with all hands on deck. 

Book Your Visit




Tue

14

Mar 2023
10:00 - 11:00
Max Group 10
6 Places Left Book Now
Tue

14

Mar 2023
12:00 - 13:00
Max Group 10
8 Places Left Book Now

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Address 39 Ebury Bridge Road, London
SW1W 8RT

About Bouygues UK

Bouygues UK designs and builds sustainable developments that enhance and transform communities for the better. By combining innovative design, expertise in construction and operational excellence, we offer a fully-integrated service.

We are an innovative business with a diverse workforce which underpins how we approach our extensive project portfolio. We believe in knowledge sharing, adopting best practices and embracing new ideas to ensure we consistently deliver the highest quality projects to our clients.

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