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New 183-home development to be built in Stratford

PUBLISHED: 07:00 03 January 2018

New Garden Quarter in Stratford Picture: Telford Homes

New Garden Quarter in Stratford Picture: Telford Homes

Telford Homes

A new 183-home development on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is set to launch later this month.

New Garden Quarter in Stratford Picture: Telford Homes New Garden Quarter in Stratford Picture: Telford Homes

New Garden Quarter, which will feature a range of one, two and three-bedroom homes, is due to be completed by summer 2019.

Located on Penny Brookes Street, Stratford, the development is part of the Chobham Farm masterplan - a comprehensive regeneration of Stratford and the surrounding area.

It will be built by Telford Homes, in partnership with Notting Hill Housing, on the former London and Continental Railways (LCR) industrial land.

In addition to the homes, which will be a mixture of apartments and villas, New Garden Quarter will also feature 8,000 square metres of commercial space and landscaped parkland.

Each flat will feature a private balcony or terrace and have been designed to be open plan, with floor to ceiling windows.

Families will be able to benefit from a proposed nursery and play area, while other amenities include a communal gym, a cafe and a concierge service.

The development will include 63 car parking spaces, which will have to be bought separately, and 294 cycle bays - although it is just a few minutes away from Stratford International station and within walking distance of Stratford station.

David Campbell, group sales and marketing director for Telford Homes, said: “Our vision for New Garden Quarter is to create an inspiring neighbourhood, providing high quality homes for buyers wanting the best of both worlds, a high specification property close to the city and a thriving community on the doorstep.

“Investment and regeneration in Stratford has transformed the area with much more still to come, making it an increasingly desirable place to live and work.

“As well as living close to the financial hub of the city, residents and businesses in the area will also benefit from excellent access to the West End and central London when Crossrail comes to Stratford in 2018.”

Telford Homes have delivered more than 1,700 homes in Stratford during the past decade, including the Stratosphere and Stratford Central developments.

Prices at New Garden Quarter start from £435,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. For more information, visit newgardenquarter.co.uk

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2 comments

  • Again more homes not for Newham residents.... After 4000 New homes at royal wharf still none for hard working people who live in Newham like myself I have been waiting 19 years for a three bedroom And have watched hundreds of affordable homes demolished and thousands and thousands of new builds ..... some of which I deliver to, been a postwoman This is just so unfair

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    Miranda Missi

    Wednesday, January 3, 2018

  • So, no "affordable" homes for the people of Newham currently without homes then! I wonder what the trade off was to get this past planning?

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    Maureen Wood

    Wednesday, January 3, 2018

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