Last updated: 17 April 2023
Next review: 17 April 2024
Central Parade is a Grade II listed building located on Hoe Street, Walthamstow. The clock tower at Central Parade is one of the main features of the building.
The ceramic tiles, many of which show heraldic shields that have strong links with the borough, are a key reason why the building has a Grade II Listing.
In May 2020, the Council granted planning permission for the garages behind Central Parade to be demolished to make way for 19 new flats and a commercial space on the ground floor. This new building has been named Eastfield House.
About the proposals
The planning approval is for:
- Demolition of existing garages to the rear of Grade II listed Central Parade redevelopment to provide a mixed-use building up to five storeys comprising 167 sqm flexible commercial unit at ground level
- 19 flats, of which 50 per cent will be affordable
- Associated bicycle parking, plant and refuse storage
- Public realm improvements
- Relocation of electrical sub-station.
- Conversion of part of south western corner of Central Parade to provide two flats.
- Works to ground floor services and elevations of Central Parade.
- January 2020: Planning applications reference number 194012 and reference number 194013 submitted and public comments invited
- March 2020: Site made secure with hoardings. Existing garages and sheds demolished
- May 2020: The Planning Committee discussed the Central Parade planning application at its meeting on Tuesday 5 May 2020
The committee decided that, subject to planning conditions being met, the scheme should be approved
See the report to planning committee from page 23 (PDF)
- February 2021: Thomas Sinden appointed as the main contractor and works begin
- April 2023: Shared Ownership sales launch
- May 2023: Construction works to the building complete