Public meeting over 73-storey tower on Isle of Dogs
Plans for a two tower development at South Quay rising to 73 storeys will be up for discussion at a meeting on Monday night.
Developer Berkeley Homes is due to put in a planning application shortly for the Isle of Dogs site, just south of Canary Wharf.
The community forum, an initiative led by Tower Hamlets Council, will be the third event held by the developer and will precede a final public exhibition.
The proposal for the residential towers is on the site of South Quay Plaza. The plans also include a smaller tower at Marsh Wall.
Harry Lewis, managing director at Berkeley Homes, said: "The community forum forms part of our extensive consultation process, providing local residents with another opportunity to engage with the team regarding our proposals for the site.
"Since the previous exhibitions, we have continued to meet with local stakeholders, and worked to incorporate the feedback we have received into our proposals.
"The proposals that will be on display at the community forum will deliver a world class development on the site, with much enhanced public realm, an activated waterfront, increased pedestrian connectivity and much needed new homes."
The event will take place at Lanterns Studio Theatre in Millharbour on Monday, February 3. It will start at 6.30pm.