Goodman’s Fields, London

Goodman’s Fields is a £800m Berkeley Group development, situated in Aldgate East, just north of Tower Bridge. Once predominantly farmland teeming with horses, it  will provide 900 new homes as well as student accommodation, a hotel, shops, bars, restaurants, office space and a one acre public park. It will consist of a pedestrianised zone surrounded by six towers with green roofs and an abundance of public space including landscaped gardens containing dramatic new sculptures and other eye-catching pieces of art. Sculptor Hamish Mackie’s life-size bronze horses are an impressive example of some of the wonderful artistry being displayed around Goodman’s Fields and a touching reminder of the site’s equine history.

With fabulous views over the capital and a location within walking distance of the financial district, this seven acre, mixed-use development is leading the way for modern-day city living.  The underground car park is being constructed using approximately 5,000m3 of PUDLO waterproof concrete to ensure complete watertightness with the reassurance of the PUDLO 20 year warranty on the structure. The entire development is due for completion in 2019.