Our Team & Partners

The Shoreditch Works proposals have been developed by a committed and experienced design and planning team, working closely with a range of stakeholders. Some of these are referenced below.

Linea Properties, the developer of Shoreditch Works, is a joint venture between The Estate Office Shoreditch Ltd and HDG Ltd, family businesses each with records of investing and developing in Hackney of over fifty years. Ownership of sections of the Shoreditch Works site extend back to the 1970s.

KPF is distinguished for its diverse architectural projects in central London, notably in historic settings. The firm excels in creating vibrant neighbourhoods, optimising environmental, social and developmental parameters.

Richard Griffiths Architects have established a leading reputation for the repair and creative adaptation of historic buildings through designing buildings that respond sensitively to their historic context.

ING Media skilfully combines built environment expertise with communication strategies. Their placemaking approach focuses on creating enhanced spaces and fostering connections that catalyse significant change. As an active and engaged Hackney business, ING Media’s place shaping strategy is integral to the local area’s cultural revival.

As a leader in ecological and sustainable innovation, Green Lab operates at the intersection of technology, community engagement, and education. It collaborates with various stakeholders to design and implement programs that push the boundaries of sustainable practices. Their work encompasses not just technological solutions but also deep research in food systems and educational initiatives, making them a beacon for ecological advancement and sustainability education.

GoodPeople are a London-based social enterprise, working with local communities to co-design and deliver place-based social impact programmes. Established in 2012, they partner with public, private and not-for-profit clients to deliver programmes that reflect local needs.

At the heart of artistic innovation, this national charity for the crafts transforms the landscape of contemporary crafts, providing a platform for artists to flourish and inspiring the public through captivating exhibitions, workshops and a commitment to nurturing the rich heritage and future of craft.

The online public consultation for Shoreditch Works has now closed.

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