Allies & Morison has revealed its new design for a build on Ballymore’s Leamouth Peninsula development, Skyscraper News has reported.
The design features three towers and three lower buildings, which surround a small urban park area.
The architects propose to convert the light industrial site off Bidder Street, known as Crown Wharf, and create residential flats.
At 32 storeys, the tallest of the towers is on the north of the development and the accompanying buildings in Crown Wharf will be 28, 24 and 12 storeys high,
Skyscraper News said Allies & Morrison’s development, should it be completed, would be “another of those isolated developments that are gradually springing up piecemeal through out the area”.
Perhaps the most notable wharf development has been Canary Wharf.
The London Docklands Development Corporation was created in 1981 to secure regeneration of the area and encourage industry and commerce.
The docklands is now home to some of London’s leading employers and features examples of the capital’s most impressive commercial property.