Fast on the heels of our contract at upscale residential development Chelsea Waterfront we’re delighted to announce that we’ve started installing ductwork at the Ram Quarter in Wandsworth, South London.
The Ram Quarter website promises “an exciting new residential and retail quarter, combining contemporary living with iconic heritage at the historic Young’s Brewery Site.”
It goes on to explain how the development will become a beer lover’s paradise. The brewing heritage of the site will be maintained by incorporating a new microbrewery and museum into the brewery’s iconic listed buildings.
Apartments will open to views of the river, gardens, historic buildings and public piazzas. Residents can step outside for shopping and dining on their doorstep, enjoy the private space of their gardens, or the calm of a wander by the River Wandle, which meanders through the heart of the neighbourhood.
The 11-mile long River Wandle passes through the South London Boroughs of Croydon, Sutton, Merton, and Wandsworth to join the River Thames on at Wandsworth.
According to the London Lost River’s website the names River Wandle and Wandsworth are thought to have derived from the Old English ‘Wendlesworth’ meaning ‘Wendle’s Settlement’.
Phase 1 of the Ram Quarter development is the first of a three-phased scheme that will consist of more than 650 apartments across a 7.7 acre site. The development will “help redefine Wandsworth Town and incorporate a brewery museum and micro-brewery within Phase 1 whilst an iconic tower within Phase 2 will offer spectacular views across London.”
There are four buildings within the development: Draper’s Yard, Wandle Gardens, Shoreham Gardens and Lanbridge House.
Visit the RAM Quarter website to find out more.