At EcoWorld London, we’re creating outstanding and sustainable developments that will stand the test of time.
Our Barking Wharf scheme is an example of our long term commitment. Over 75 people from Barking and Dagenham attended our careers fair at Barking Wharf in 2019 – including the council’s Employment Engagement Officers, Job Centre Plus, and Barking Job Shop who presented available positions within the companies subcontracted on the development, including JRL Civils, UK Facades, JRL Dry-lining and ARK M&E. From the event, a number of people have been offered full-time jobs and work placements on the project with many more scheduled for second round interviews.
Our goal is to create vibrant, welcoming places that enhance both the lives of our residents and the communities we’re part of. We don’t leave when the building work finishes either – we’re here for the long haul, working with local businesses and people to help foster strong, flourishing neighbourhoods where everyone’s well-being is considered. We strive for excellence in all aspects of our operations, developing projects that always have liveability and lifestyle at their hearts.
Barking Wharf – Jobs Fair
Barking Wharf – Careers Fair
Tesco is a leading retailer, with over 400,000 colleagues, serving millions of customers every week in stores and online.
EcoWorld London and Tesco are committed working with the community in Barking and Dagenham to ensure Quayside Barking contributes positively to the local area and meets the aspirations of residents in Barking.
The project team
The architect for the project is Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS) who have extensive experience designing high quality buildings and spaces in London. The project team planners are Barton Willmore who have worked on several developments in London. Cascade Communications will conduct the public consultation.