The city of London is working on Europe’s largest regeneration project: the Thames Gateway. One part of this project is Ferry Lane, a run down industrial area on the edge of the swamp. Our design calls for the gradual redevelopment of the area with an injection of new businesses. The basis for this development is the upgrade of the existing blue network of small rivers and creeks. By reconnecting these waterways with the Thames, a more natural, harmonious profile (for both man and animal) returns to the area. These new conditions form the basis and inspiration for further development. location: London, UK design period: 2003 - 2004 area: 75 ha program: redevelopment existing industrial business park designed by: Juurlink [+] Geluk (Cor Geluk, Huub Juurlink, Marcel vd Meijs, Jeroen van Kesteren) in cooperation with: Maxwan Architects + Urbanists commissioned by: London Development Agency

London Ferry Lane

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The city of London is working on Europe’s largest regeneration project: the Thames Gateway. One part of this project is Ferry Lane, a run down industrial area on the edge of the swamp. Our design calls for the gradual redevelopment of the area with an injection of new businesses. The basis for this development is the upgrade of the existing blue network of small rivers and creeks. By reconnecting these waterways with the Thames, a more natural, harmonious profile (for both man and animal) returns to the area. These new conditions form the basis and inspiration for further development.





location: London, UK
design period: 2003 - 2004
area: 75 ha
program: redevelopment existing industrial business park
designed by: Juurlink [+] Geluk (Cor Geluk, Huub Juurlink, Marcel vd Meijs, Jeroen van Kesteren)
in cooperation with: Maxwan Architects + Urbanists
commissioned by: London Development Agency