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
MAKE Architects - Frank Filscow
Karakusevic Carson Architects - Nick Ecob
PRP Architects - Peter Lancaric
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/