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‘Water, water everywhere’ as Ballymore’s Goodluck Hope scheme on the Thames goes on market

PUBLISHED: 07:00 02 August 2017 | UPDATED: 12:02 02 August 2017

View to die for... How the City and the Thames will look from new Goodluck Hope development at Leamouth Peninsula. Picture: Ballymore Homes

View to die for... How the City and the Thames will look from new Goodluck Hope development at Leamouth Peninsula. Picture: Ballymore Homes

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A new Thames waterfront neighbourhood with 800 homes surrounded by water on three sides where the Lea flows into the Thames has been started on the Leamouth Peninsula.

New Goodluck Hope development going on the market for 2019. Picture: Ballymore HomesNew Goodluck Hope development going on the market for 2019. Picture: Ballymore Homes

The Goodluck Hope scheme ready by 2020 is now going on the market, with the first batch of suites, warehouse and tower apartments ready by 2019, from £335,000.

It extends Ballymore developers’ massive London City Island complex on the loop of the Lea tributary, dubbed ‘Little Manhatten’, where English National Ballet and the London Film School are moving to next year.

“Goodluck Hope completes the Leamouth Peninsula transformation,” Ballymore managing director John Mulryan said.

Balcony view of Thames by 2020 from new development at Leamouth. Picture: Ballymore HomesBalcony view of Thames by 2020 from new development at Leamouth. Picture: Ballymore Homes

“We are building on the industrial heritage of the area to create an environment for artisans to work.”

The scheme includes a business centre, leisure centre, swimming pool, gym, arts club, private cinema, restaurant and 20th-floor viewing lounge.

It even has a cottage brewery on the site of the old Orchard House pub along with its own brewers’ school teaching the traditional beer-making craft.


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