We are pleased to let you know that we have recently submitted our planning application to the London Borough of Newham detailing our ambitious 10-year masterplan. These developments will help realise our aim to create a vibrant creative space which will benefit and inspire the community for years to come. The application is currently going through the public consultation process so this is your chance to let the London Borough of Newham know what you think.

The plans and documents are available to view online on the Council’s Public Access Website.

There are a large number of documents there so we would direct you to concentrate on the PDAS documents for an overview. You can directly comment on the proposals whilst on the site by clicking on the comments tab. This is the best way to do it if you wish to remain informed on the process of application.

Alternatively, you can submit your comments in writing to Ellen Nicholson, Development Control, Newham Council, 1st Floor, West Wing, Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU. Please remember to quote the application number in any correspondence.

Please note that any comments must be submitted no later than 28th November 2017.

View of bridge from North end of the site
View of bridge from South end of the site
Section showing Cody Docks site
Section showing opening movement of the bridge


What we are doing

Gasworks Dock Partnership (GDP), a registered charity based in the London Borough of Newham (LBN).

GDP is leading the regeneration and development of Cody Dock at 11C South Crescent, Canning Town, London E16 4TL. Against the backdrop of LBN’s very transient population plus the increased focus on the surrounding areas’ rapid regeneration, GDP aims to enable and inspire sustainable communities to emerge and grow by strengthening people’s sense of place and providing opportunities for people to participate and engage with the transformation of the Lower Lea Valley.

GDP’s vision is to rehabilitate Cody Dock, create a creative industries quarter with new workspace, visitor facilities and public space, not only providing jobs and public facilities but also fostering a stronger sense of place and civic pride by celebrating the area’s waterways and rich industrial heritage, through increased participation with the arts and improved access to the River Lea and its diverse ecology.