Completed in Summer 2017, Dalston Works is Regal London's first Private Rental Scheme (PRS), and is the largest (by mass) cross laminated timber (CLT) building in Europe.
Designed by the renowned Waugh Thistleton Architects, this striking development consists of 121 PRS and Shared Ownership homes and over 3,460 sqm of commercial space.
Dalston Works has won significant acclaim as well as the Evening Standard’s Homes & Property Eco-Living Award. It is a milestone in sustainable construction due to the use of forward-thinking sustainable materials like CLT. The scheme has appeared on the BBC and BIM online as well as featuring in numerous publications. More information about the building’s sustainability credentials can be found here.
The development is located in Dalston, one of East London’s creative districts, and is situated moments from Kingsland High Street, a lively destination of independent shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants. Cosmopolitan Upper Street is only a 10 minute bus journey away.
Dalston Works is only a short walk to the green spaces of London Fields, Hackney Downs and Victoria Park, and the development is also located just a 15 minute walk from Regent’s Canal, a beautiful waterside destination. It is also conveniently located close to London Overground and mainland stations and multiple bus routes.