A proper neighbourhood of homes and shops in a new urban park
A place for the whole community
Manor Road Quarter will be a proper neighbourhood. We’re creating 804 sustainable 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes for all sorts of families, 50% of which will be affordable, available at London Affordable Rent or for sale via Shared Ownership. There will be space for businesses and shops to serve the growing community, all built around a 2.9 acre new park.
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Linear green park
We’re working in partnership with the London Borough of Newham, the Greater London Authority and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing Association. Our joined-up approach will see this former retail park transformed into a vibrant, bustling and green new neighbourhood.Our Partners
We held three consultation events in the local community. These were well attended, with lots of positive feedback given about how informative the sessions were. They have now helped to shape the masterplan.
We submitted our hybrid planning application for homes in an urban parkland in 2019, and they passed in December of that year.
Building got underway in September 2021, including a large part of the park and 355 new homes across three buildings, one of which will be a striking addition to London’s skyline at 32 storeys tall!
Phase 2 in planning
We’ve submitted plans for the rest of the park and 290 more homes, 145 of which are affordable, available at London Affordable Rent and for sale via Shared Ownership. We’re also creating spaces for shops to provide amenities for the growing community.
The final homes will commence, positioned at the end of Canning Town’s high street, on Barking Road. These homes will form the gateway between the existing townscape and the new park and community at Manor Road.
A proper neighbourhood
By the end of 2027 our new neighbourhood should be complete and flourishing.
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