£58m Islington residential scheme to boost the trades
United House is set to build 327 homes in a £58 million mixed-use residential scheme in Islington, paving the way for new jobs in the trades.
The canal-side scheme will comprise a mixture of private sale, shared ownership and social rent homes.
The apartments will be built in four blocks from seven to ten storeys tall with rooftop play areas and terraces and including almost 6,000 sq ft of commercial space.
The double storey basement to be built beneath the scheme is between listed buildings and within a conservation area.
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