A CGI image of Mildmay hospital

Mildmay is a new regeneration scheme in Shoreditch, bordering on Hoxton.

With its selection of social homes, mixture of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for shared ownership, private sale and market rent; it is located in one of London’s most vibrant, creative and diverse communities.

This is a part funded Greater London Authority mixed use scheme which commenced on site in November 2011.*

The homes retain clear links with the history of the area; the Tabernacle Community Centre, a listed building, remains a key part of the development with two new community facilities – the Shoreditch Tabernacle Church and a new Mildmay Hospital. Both will continue to play central roles at the heart of this dynamic borough.

*Formerly Homes and Communities Agency

A map showing the layout of Apollo Court

Phased development

Phase 1 of the scheme was completed in 2014 and saw the reprovision of Mildmay Hospital. It includes a mixed tenure of social, shared ownership, private rent and private sale properties.

Phase 2 is due to complete in early 2017 and will provide further social, shared ownership and private sale properties.

Phase 3 is due to complete late 2016 and will provide the final private rent and social flats and maisonettes.

A CGI image showing an overhead view of the development

The scheme will provide a campus of seven buildings up to nine storeys in height delivering:

  • 31 social properties
  • 69 private rent properties
  • 14 shared ownership 1, 2 and 3 bedroom flats
  • 25 for open market sale
  • 44% of the affordable homes which will be three bed and above in size
  • A new Church
  • The reprovision of a new specialist Hospital
  • Public and managed space
  • A 70 sq.m. commercial unit on Hackney Road


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