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Homes and living

By 2030, the Park will be home to more than 10,000 new households, among the first to live in the brand new E20 postcode.  

Our plans will see five new neighbourhoods, planned around green spaces and squares, and built to be lasting homes for those who live in them. They will include contemporary homes taking lessons from London’s traditional Georgian and Victorian squares and terraces, looking out over parklands and waterways. 

Around a third of them will be affordable housing, with many of them built for long-term rent as well as to buy. 

Each neighbourhood provides play areas, schools, nurseries, community spaces, health centres and shops, with places to relax, play and exercise, all within easy walking distance. With some of the best transport links in the city, including a link to Crossrail by 2019, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be one of the most desirable residential locations in London.

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Chobham Manor

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

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Sweetwater Hub Landing


A canalside neighbourhood in between the Stadium and vibrant Fish Island, Sweetwater will feature a mix of rented and private homes.

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Pudding Mill Hub Landing

Pudding Mill

A quirky, hidden new neighbourhood along the Greenway features new buildings inspired by the area’s industrial heritage.

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Existing Communities

Surrounded by Hackney Wick and Fish Island, Stratford, Bromley-by-Bow and Three Mills Island, the Park sits in one of the most vibrant and diverse parts of east London.

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East Wick Hub Landing

East Wick

Neighbouring the the new creative hub of iCITY and Hackney Wick, with the north of the Park on its doorstep, East Wick will feature a significant proportion of private rented sector housing.

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Marshgate Wharf Hub Landing

Marshgate Wharf

A high energy, metropolitan district right at the heart of the Park, Marshgate Wharf sits at the heart of the Park, next to the Stadium and Aquatics Centre.

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Local Developments

The area around the Park is seeing unprecedented development in new homes, including some which are already available to buy or rent.

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Local plan

Our Local Plan sets out strategic guidance for developers and informs planning applications for new buildings in the area around the Park.

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Design excellence

London has a proud heritage of high quality architecture, landscape and urban design. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park continues that tradition, aiming to be a 21st century model of city life. 

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