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.