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New Pier Wharf development – London

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This week, Dearneside has secured the balconies and architectural metalwork on the New Pier Wharf development with Hollybrook Homes in London.

The development, which is one of the last remaining Riverside sites in London, is located at Odessa Wharf in Rotherhithe, at the edge of London’s financial district. Once finished it will consist of 50 luxury apartments with balconies, most of which will face the Thames river.

This project will be our first with Hollybrook and will be a great addition to our ever-expanding portfolio of prestigious projects located on the banks of the Thames.

For more information of the New Pier Wharf project visit the development’s website. development’s website

The Gore Street development – Salford, Manchester

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Dearneside is excited to have recently secured the balcony package on the Gore Street project in Salford, a 22-storey PRS scheme being built by Sir Robert McAlpine and financed by Grainger.

This will be Dearneside’s first project with construction company Sir Robert McAlpine. The £80m development is part of the ongoing regeneration plan to transform the Salford’s Chapel Street area. The development is set to be completed in 2020 and once finished, will comprise of 375 private rental homes through a mix of apartments and townhouses.

The Manchester area is seeing a boom in PRS projects recently, including the Clippers Quay in Salford, another project Dearneside is currently working on.

 

 

The Gateway Development – Salford, Manchester

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Dearneside has recently secured the architectural metalwork package on The Gateway project, a new PRS scheme in Salford, Manchester. This will be our first contract with Forrest Construction.

The Gateway project is a £21.1 million new build private rented sector (PRS) scheme. The development will consist of a 19-storey tower in Salford Quays in Manchester. The tower will house 191 premium one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, overlooking the city and quays.

The development will be finished to the highest standards, with 2.4m high windows to all apartments.

The development will also include a double-height gym, car park, secure bicycle storage, a management office and shops located on the ground floor.

The developer of the scheme is X1 Developments, a leading development company which focuses on rental accommodation in the North of England. Forrest Construction was appointed to deliver the project, and Dearneside to make and install the architectural metalwork package for the project.

Clippers Quay development – Salford, Manchester

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Dearneside is currently onsite fitting the Halo steelwork on the Clippers Quay development in Salford, near Manchester. We will be installing the balconies later this month.

Dearneside has been contracted by Sir Robert McAlpine, a leading construction and civil engineering company, to work on this impressive project.

The scheme, developed by build-to-rent developer Grainger, went onsite in 2016 and should be completed by autumn 2018. It is at present one of the largest build-to-rent developments in the UK, and the biggest one out of London.

The site was previously home to a derelict cinema, which was destroyed to build these new apartment blocks. Clippers Quay was seen as an ideal place to build the development due to its connectivity and proximity to Manchester and MediaCityUK.

Once finished, the development will comprise of five medium-rise buildings, constructed in good quality, durable and low-maintenance materials. In total it will be divided into 614 apartments, as well as commercial space on the ground floor, with shops and cafes.

 

New skyscrapers in Canary Wharf, London

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The Newfoundland Tower and South Quay Plaza development are currently both under construction in the Canary Wharf area in London.
The two will feature Architectural Metalwork by Dearneside Fabrications.

Once completed, these skyscrapers will be amongst the tallest residential buildings in Western Europe.

South Quay Plaza, designed by the world-famous architects Foster & Partners and developed by Berkeley, will eventually include three towers, the tallest of which will reach a height of just over 214m making it the second tallest residential skyscraper currently proposed for London. The development will also include shops and facilities, and will sit in 2.6 acres of landscaped gardens. It is due to complete by 2020.

Newfoundland Tower has been dubbed the diamond building because of its diamond-like support frame. This type of frame has also been used on other iconic buildings such as the Gherkin. Once finished it will house over 560 apartments and rise to an impressive 60 storeys. The development is due to be completed in 2020.

Ferry Lane Development – Walthamstow, North-East London

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Dearneside is pleased to secure the balcony package on the Ferry Lane development in Walthamstow, North-East London. This development is currently one of the largest purpose-built rental developments in the UK.

The scheme is being built on the former Ferry Lane industrial site by Walthamstow’s High Maynard Reservoir, transforming the existing aging industrial estate into a new modern and lively residential area. Its location near Blackhorse Road tube station, yet right next to the reservoir, makes it ideal for London renters looking for a bit more greenery.

The development is being built to environmental standards, and once completed two hundred new trees and grass areas will be planted between the buildings and the reservoir, with the aim of creating an ecological corridor that protects local wildlife.

The 2,000 sq m development will comprise of five buildings ranging in height from ten to 16 storeys and housing over 440 apartments and houses, elevated pedestrian walkways, commercial and community space, specialist start-up business units and even a microbrewery!

This will be the first project with Galliford Try Partnerships and is due to complete in 2020.

Dearneside is investing in the future

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Last month Dearneside purchased a state of the art PythonX robotic CNC plasma cutting system, which is renowned for being “the world’s most productive structural steel fabrication machine”. It’s a combination of advanced CNC robotics and high-definition plasma cutting, equipped with software so sophisticated it programs cuts by itself.

The machine will improve efficiency and standard in our fabrication shop thanks to its high speed precision metal cutting. It is also designed to only use 20% of floor space, compared to traditional fabrication, and takes about 20% of the processing time.

The machine has now been installed and launched ready for 2018.

London City Island – Leamouth Peninsula, London

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Dearneside is excited to have secured the balcony and architectural metalwork contract with Ballymore for blocks D, E and F at the multi-award-winning London City Island development.

Dearneside were chosen as a supplier following the previous balcony and metalwork packages we supplied for phase one of the project (see photos).

Located next to Canary Wharf and on the Leamouth Peninsula, London City Island will become an exclusive island neighbourhood surrounded by water, with a mix of residential and office space.

Once finished, the 12-acre site will include 1,600 residential unites and 20,000 square metres of office space. Other key features of London City Island will be the English National Ballet’s new home, a brand-new footbridge and a range of shops and cafés.

The Deaneside balconies will offer fantastic views overlooking the Thames, the O2, Canary Wharf and the City.

This new breath-taking neighbourhood is already being dubbed the “Mini-Manhattan” of London, and we are looking forward to seeing it all finished.

Dearneside installs over 250 balconies at Embassy Gardens

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After completing phase one earlier this year, Dearneside is currently on-site installing over 250 balconies for phase two of the Embassy Gardens development.

We are installing a series of modern bolt on and Juliette balcony designs to match the distinctive architecture of the development.

Master-planned by Sir Terry Farrell, Embassy Gardens is based by the Thames in Central London, and extends across six hectares and eight buildings. Once completed the site will host several embassies including the new US and Dutch embassy buildings, a series of apartment blocks and the world-famous Sky Pool.

For more information on this project click here.