Chobham Farm:Next step in Stratford’s re-birth
Hundreds of new homes in proposed neighbourhood project
Proposals for a new thousand-home family neighbourhood in Stratford - have been formally submitted to Olympic Delivery Authority for consideration.
Chobham Farm will include parks, squares and open spaces.
The scheme from East Thames Group and London & Continental Railways follows public consultations into the future of an area to the west of Leyton Road and to the east of the Olympic Village.
This has resulted in a number of changes to the original scheme, including an increase in the number of family homes and homes with their own roof terrace with park view and new public streets linking the park and the bridges to the East Village to create alternative routes and make connections to Leyton Road.
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Chobham Farm is one of several planned new neighbourhoods as legacies of the Olympic Games.
Geoff Pearce, of East Thames, promised homes built to a high standard, offering families a great lifestyle in an area already transformed by the East Village and Olympic Park.
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David Joy, chief executive at London & Continental Railways, added: “We were pleased with the feedback we received at the public exhibitions and have taken this on board when finalising the plans.”
Chobham Farm, he said, will create a vibrant family neighbourhood.
For more information on the plans please visit the Chobham Farm consultation website at www.chobhamfarm.com