Chobham Manor, E20 | Taylor Wimpey & L&Q


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The first neighbourhood to be developed, Chobham Manor will welcome its first residents in 2015 with 70 percent of its housing designed for families.

The first of the five new neighbourhoods on the Park, Chobham Manor will welcome its first residents in 2015. They will be moving into a relaxing new neighbourhood of tree-lined avenues, intimate streets and stylish houses and apartments complete with private gardens and open squares – and all in the beautiful and safe surrounds of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Chobham Manor will provide up to 850 new homes, with 75 per cent designed for families and around a third affordable homes. The development consists of a mix of one to three-bedroom apartments, two to four-bedroom maisonettes and two to five-bedroom houses. Residents will benefit from new local schools, world-class sporting venues, retail space, play areas, communal gardens, and the picturesque parklands of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park right on their doorstep.

Chobham Academy, the new school in East Village, is minutes away, while Stratford International and Stratford regional stations are close by.

Also close to hand are the Park’s iconic venues such as Lee Valley VeloPark and the Copper Box Arena, as well as the Timber Lodge Café and Tumbling Bay Playground, the north of the Park’s popular family-friendly play area, restaurant and community hub.

The site is being developed by Chobham Manor LLP, a joint venture between London & Quadrant and Taylor Wimpey. You can register your interest for the homes currently on sale at Chobham Manor at www.chobhammanor.co.uk.


PRP Associate Director Peter Lancaric, Karakusevic Carson Associate Nick Ecob, Make Partner Frank Filskow and Haworth Tompkins Associate Chris Fellner reveal the ideas behind their designs.

Haworth Tompkins Architects - Chris Fellner
https://vimeo.com/89935035

MAKE Architects - Frank Filscow
https://vimeo.com/89931280

Karakusevic Carson Architects - Nick Ecob
https://vimeo.com/89933527

PRP Architects - Peter Lancaric
https://vimeo.com/89929256


All videos produced by Focus 2014

Taylor Wimpey is one of the largest homebuilders in the UK, building around 10,000 homes every year. When they won the bid to build over 850 homes in the Olympic Park, they tasked Focus with creating the brand identity, raising awareness of the Chobham Manor development and boosting lead generation.

View their case study here: http://www.focusintegrated.co.uk/case_studies/taylor-wimpey/


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Some recent photos of the construction progress at Chobham Manor.


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Chobham Manor Phase 1 brochure.

Chobham Manor Phase-1-Brochure.pdf (2.0 MB)


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Second phase of homes at Chobham Manor, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park receives planning approval

http://www.prparchitects.co.uk/press/news/2014/chobham-manor-phase-2-receives-planning-approval.html


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Chobham Manor building work from corner of Honour Lea Avenue and Scarlet Close. 06/06/2015.


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Chobham Manor, Burnell House in the evening.


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Phase 2 Chobham Manor
Legacy Communities Scheme
Planning Delivery Zone 6


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Looks like work has started on the area opposite Logan, Napa and Scarlet closes this week.


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Park View Mansions


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Burnell House and part of Park View Mansions.


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Construction Update
Tuesday 14th July

We want to provide all local residents with a quick update on the construction works which are set to take place soon at our Chobham Manor development in Stratford.

Piling foundation works for the Second Phase of homes are planned to start on 20th July, taking place in the middle of the site and lasting approximately two months.

While we will try to avoid any disruption, we want to make you aware that there may be some building noise and construction traffic while this is carried out.

Our attached letter will provide you with further details about the construction works taking place at our Chobham Manor development, as well as a contact number if you have any further queries.

Letter to Neighbours.pdf (117.8 KB)


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Chobham Manor phase 3 public exhibiton/consultation – last chance
Monday 20th July

I don’t think this has been advertised on Yonder! yet – but Chobham Manor are exhibiting their
proposals for phase 3 of the development at the marketing suite this weekend
(open now on Monday 10am – 7pm). This ahead of a detailed planning application
towards the end of the year.


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Free Safer Cycling event at Lee Valley VeloPark

Lee Valley VeloPark is hosting a Safer Cycling event on Friday 31st July from 2pm to 5pm – it’s for everyone, from beginners to keen cyclists!

This free event comes courtesy of Chobham Manor LLP (a joint venture between Taylor Wimpey and L&Q) with the Metropolitan Police, Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and Bikeworks.

See below for more information…


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Piling works are under way at Chobham Manor
Tuesday 28th July

Development work at Chobham Manor Phase 2 has now started with piling works in progress.

These works began on Monday 27th July and the current programme is scheduled to last for no more than three weeks. Hours of operation during the piling process will be from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, and then from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays, though the site team will try to finish a little earlier on each day if they possibly can.

Once the current programme of piling works is complete, there will be a further three-week period of piling taking place at the end of September. Further details of this will be provided nearer to the time.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.


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Thank you for the update @Lee. We may need another Academy for all the children. :smile:


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Hi @diederick_hattingh — I am sure @ChobhamManor can update you on the latest developments for new schools being built in E20.


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Thank you for you reply @Lee.

Hi @ChobhamManor, your new development looks very impressive. May I ask if there are any provisions for another academy/school within E20. It has always been a growing concern for all parents with children living in E20.

Because the academy offers placements for all boroughs as far as East Ham, parents with children living in E20 are starting to struggle. The Academy is simply not big enough to accommodate E20, which is a shame.

There may not be any short term solutions, but any feedback will be appreciated.


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Chobham Manor LLP project update - July 2015

Chobham_Manor_Update_July_2015.pdf (2.6 MB)

(Saved as JPGs below)


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@diederick_hattingh — Regarding the new schools coming to QEOP/E20: I’ve dug out some notes from a previous meeting.

Mossbourne Primary (will be first) is due for completion in January '16 and will be located at East Wick http://www.mossbourne.hackney.sch.uk/mossbourne-riverside-academy
Temporarily located at: Brook Community Primary School, Sigdon Road, London E8 1AS (As the school is currently being built, location is close to HereEast and Copper Box)

Legatum Academy The second school in an all through school; the primary school will be located at Sweetwater and the secondary school on the stadium island site. This will be a sports academy. The school is sponsored by the David Ross Educational Trust DRET - The name for the school will be Legatum Academy - stands for Legacy in Latin and the idea is that the school will be part of the continuing legacy of the London 2012 games.


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Awesome! Thanks for sharing - @E20_ORG