Bouygues development company Linkcity has secured planning consent for the latest phase of its £600m redevelopment of Canning Town in east London.
The 620-home third phase of the Hallsville Quarter development has received planning consent from local authority Newham Borough Council.
Plans include a new 11,000 sq m town centre featuring retail, leisure, offices and 50 care homes.
Due to complete in 2023, the scheme is being developed in conjunction with architect Hawkins\Brown and consultant Montagu Evans.
Montagu Evans partner Simon Marks said: “This is an important application for Newham, securing a further phase of development that will bring new amenities to the area, including an NHS health centre and the borough’s first extra care homes.
“These updates to the original 2012 consented masterplan will help landowner and development partner LB Newham better meet local needs with more homes, including affordable housing, in a well-planned development close to public transport, shops, health and leisure facilities.”
The wider £600m Hallsville Quarter project comprises 1,148 homes.
Bouygues is building the £100m 349-home second phase through its contracting arm, which is due to complete this year.