We’re pleased to share that Neptune Wharf at Fish Island Village has won at the Housing Design Awards 2022.

Fish Island Village occupies a strategic position between established communities in Tower Hamlets and is one of the largest and most exciting urban regeneration projects in Europe. Unprecedented resources were invested to develop the sports facilities and infrastructure to stage the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012. As part of the regeneration of the industrial area south of Hackney Wick station and between Regent’s Canal and River Lea, XCO2 were part of the design team with Haworth Tompkins for Neptune Wharf. XCO2 developed site-wide energy and sustainability strategies whilst carrying out a suite of environmental assessments as part of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) including, Daylight, Sunlight and Overshadowing as well as Microclimate (Wind) Assessments for submission to the local authority.

XCO2 were involved in the wider masterplan across the years of its development, collaborating closely with Stockwool, Pitman Tozer and Lyndon Goode Architects who worked on other phases of the masterplan.

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