The changing landscape of Rathbone Street Market will be boosted by 216 more homes as the third phase of a £180million regeneration project takes shape.

The east London site - one of the capital’s oldest trading areas - is the flagship development within Newham Council’s £3.7billion Canning Town and Custom House programme.

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It brings together the efforts of Muse Developments, Legal and General Property and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) for the latest batch - with 430 properties already created on site.

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The third release - spread across blocks including a 14-storey tower - is divided up between 162 privately-owned properties and 54 affordable, with shared ownership and rental homes also available.

ECf Development director Duncan Cumberland said: “This phase represents the next piece in the jigsaw for Rathbone Market and will put Canning Town firmly back on the map as a residential destination in East London.”

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