The four developers for the 8-acre Gallions Quarter brownfield site are:
- Gladedale and Zero C
- Notting Hill Housing Trust
- Swan Housing Association
The firms will now work up detailed proposals for the London Development Agency for a mixed-use scheme.
The Royal Docks is emerging as London’s top regeneration priority for the next 25 years.
London Development Agency deputy chief executive Peter Bishop said: “We are delighted to get a good range of potential partners for this exciting project to create a new sustainable community in Gallions Quarter.
“We will now work with them to develop proposals for high quality homes and build a lasting legacy in the Albert Basin.”
The LDA announced its intention to seek partners on sites across east London at the international property fair MIPIM in March.
The LDA wants to capitalise on the transformation of east London, sparked by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The selection process will be supported by the Climate Positive Development Program, a project of the Clinton Climate Initiative and the US Green Building Council that aims to reduce carbon emissions from new buildings.