Markets Co-location Programme

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Proposals

A planning application has now been submitted which seeks to co-locates all three markets to a new location, creating a 21st century, wholesale food location for London and the UK, providing market tenants with modern facilities in a location that offers room for growth.

Concept of how the wholesale markets could look at Dagenham Dock.

Key

Linear Park

Photovoltaic Panels

Car Parking

HGV Deliveries

Van Parking

Atrium

Market Entrances

The development will be built with sustainable materials, using the latest environmental technology.

The buildings will be designed to target a high BREEM level and the plans will limit the upfront energy required during construction and when operational.

Our aim is to create a scheme that places the health and wellbeing of occupants and workers at its heart.

Our schematic layouts have also been carefully designed to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the retail market, with the potential introduction of a mezzanine level providing space for a future retail offering.

The design of each market supports wholesale, retail and process driven activities whilst allowing for future flexibility to meet demand as required. A multi-deck yard will provide parking spaces for vans and cars at the front and rear which allows for the separation of vehicles with HGV deliveries taking place to the rear at ground floor level.

A green corridor to the west of the site links the scheme to the existing public transport network and the River Thames.

From this route, visitors will be able to access three individual market entrances. Each entrance will be unique and identify with the history and tradition associated with these markets.

These entrances lead to an atrium which provides daylight to the market below and connects to an entrance on the east of the site. All three atria also serve as renewable energy generators, harnessing solar power through photovoltaic panels.
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