Mildmay in Shoreditch

Last updated - 11 April 2018

A regeneration in the heart of Zone 1.
A world-class hospital, a new church and brand new affordable homes in the heart of London.
A picture of MildMay development

The vision delivered

Mildmay is a new regeneration scheme. It’s in the heart of one of the most popular London destinations, Shoreditch.

We had a clear vision when creating this neighbourhood. That was to offer a range of homes alongside a range of services. This included a new specialist HIV and AIDS hospitala church, a space for commercial activity (The Tab Centre) and a new children’s play area.  Part-funded by the Mayor of London, this mixed-use scheme is in one of London’s most vibrant, creative and diverse communities.

  • 31 social homes
  • 69 Private Rental homes
  • 14 Shared Ownership homes, a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
  • 25 Private Sale homes
  • A new Church
  • A new specialist Hospital
  • 1,740 Sq M public and managed space
  • 912 Sq M new public realm
  • 256 Sq M new playground/play space
  • 70 Sq M commercial unit on Hackney Road

A phased approach

Work began on the site in November 2011 with completion of Phase 1 in July 2014. This phase delivered the re-provision of Mildmay Hospital. As well as 22 social homes, nine shared ownership homes, 29 private rental homes and 1 home for private sale.

Phase 2 commenced on site in September 2013 and completed in June 2017. It provided a further six social rent homes, five shared ownership homes and 24 homes for private sale, as well as the new Tabernacle Church.

In April 2014, Phase 3 began on site with a completion date of February 2017. This saw the building of the final three social rent homes, 40 homes for private rent and finally the Tab Centre - a historic venue available for hire.

Working alongside Stakeholders

We worked with key stakeholders to achieve this. They included Mildmay Hospital and world-renowned HIV Charity. The Tabernacle Baptist Church were also key in helping us make it, as well as the English Heritage, the GLA and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. They helped us deliver this mixed-use scheme. We aimed to meet the needs of the local community, as well as to open the doors for new residents in this highly sought-after area.