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Pictures of £3.5bn Silvertown development unveiled

PUBLISHED: 10:09 22 January 2016 | UPDATED: 10:09 22 January 2016

The waterfront will once again be accessible with dining, entertaining, socialising  all part of a new buzzy and vibrant Silvertown.

The waterfront will once again be accessible with dining, entertaining, socialising  all part of a new buzzy and vibrant Silvertown.

Heidi Jutton

What does £3.5billion worth of regeneration look like?

Spaces at Silvertown will be open and accessible for people to wander into, engage and interact with the businesses and brands they love.Spaces at Silvertown will be open and accessible for people to wander into, engage and interact with the businesses and brands they love.

Well, according to the team behind the new Silvertown development, it’s this.

New artist’s impressions of the site have been released, showing how the 62 acre site is set to look.

Millennium Mills is set to become home to hundreds of businesses, providing up to 21,000 new jobs and contributiong £260m a year to the economy.

The scheme will also feature 3,000 homes, a new school, retail facilities and 1km of accessible water frontage.

Mills Square at Silvertown will host events and shows attracting visitors from London and beyond.Mills Square at Silvertown will host events and shows attracting visitors from London and beyond.

The project will be delivered in several stages, with the first businesses due to move in next year.

When complete, it will be open and accessible to allow consumers to interact with the brands and businesses they love, and will host art and food events in the vibrant development.


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