Project

Goodman’s Fields

Berkeley Homes North-East London

Goodman’s Fields was historically an area for stabling horses, just to the east of the City of London, before it became part of the Aldgate banking and financial centre. When these uses themselves became redundant Berkeley Homes was able to realise a major mixed use regeneration project for the site creating over 1,000 new homes, student housing and new retail and office space. Lichfields has been working with Berkeley on every stage of the project securing the original hybrid planning permission and then the detailed approvals necessary to deliver this very high quality development.

Goodman’s Fields is a great example of place-making on a large scale on London’s City Fringe. As well as much-needed homes, a hotel and commercial floorspace, the scheme is delivering a network of intimate and larger scale areas of public realm which are carefully knitted into the existing urban pattern.

Iain Rhind, Senior Director Head of Heritage, Lichfields 

Image credit: Berkeley Homes