PRP and Make have bagged ‘unanimous approval’ for the 207-home second phase of the new Chobham Manor neighbourhood on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The London Legacy Development Corporation rubberstamped the housing-led scheme backed by Taylor Wimpey and L&Q yesterday (16 December).
PRP, along with a raft of other housing experts (see below) had already won consent for the first post-games homes to be built on the former London 2012 site in January.
Peter Lancaric, associate director at PRP said: ‘Phase one has already proved to be extremely popular with homebuyers, which is a true verification of the quality of the architectural design. Besides, the scheme has received high praise from both the Legacy Corporation’s Quality Review Panel…and the planning committee.
‘Developing innovative designs within two phases of such a high profile scheme has been fantastic; Chobham Manor is set to create a truly vibrant residential community for this iconic part of London.’
Chobham Manor is the first of five neighbourhoods to be developed on the land in east London which sits between East Village and Lee Valley Velo Park.
Once complete the neighbourhood will house more than 800 homes, as well as shops, community facilities and open spaces.