Goodluck Hope is a new riverside neighbourhood comprising 841 homes located directly on the River Thames at the historic Leamouth Peninsula. Surrounded by water on three sides and situated adjacent to London City Island, the development is Ballymore’s latest east London success story, an extension of a strong footprint which has already delivered some of the most ambitious regeneration schemes in the area.
The masterplan also includes 2,300 sq m of commercial space, 250 sq m of education floorspace, and a restored Grade II-listed Orchard Dry Dock.
"Goodluck Hope completes the landscape at Leamouth Peninsula, making the whole island area a landmark in riverside living."
Having transformed Leamouth North with the creation of London City Island, which is set to become one of London’s leading arts and cultural destinations, Goodluck Hope in Leamouth South completes the landscape at Leamouth Peninsula, making the whole island area a landmark in riverside living.
At the heart of the development, with dramatic views both east and west along the Thames, the Orchard Dry Dock references the area’s historic purpose. Stood at the southern edge of Goodluck Hope, Ballymore will restore the entire structure to the outline of a great vessel with elevated seating, making it an open, accessible place in which to meet and socialise with stunning views of the River Thames.
For those looking to take advantage of the riverside location for commuting, there will be a new Thames Clippers service at Goodluck Hope making Canary Wharf accessible in 17 minutes and London Bridge in 31 minutes.