Stratford Waterfront Consultation Events

Over the last year we have been discussing the proposals for Stratford Waterfront which together with UCL East and the V&A collection and research centre at Here East forms part of East Bank a new cultural and education district in the Park. There are more details about who is coming in the flyer here: Stratford Waterfront Sept2018 flyer


We are now in the process of finalising the plans before we submitted a planning application later this autumn. During September a series of pop-up events and public exhibitions are being held to showcase the masterplan and building design that have been developed for Stratford Waterfront. We would love to hear what you think before we submit the planning application.


You can either see us at:


Saturday 8 September

12noon – 5pm

The Podium, 3 Thornton Street, E20 2DA



Tuesday 11 September

4pm – 7pm

Stratford International DLR station, Celebration Avenue, E15 2ER



Monday 17 September

4pm – 7pm

Hackney Wick Station, White Post Lane, E9 5LH



Tuesday 18 September

9am – 5pm

Stratford Shopping Centre, E15 1NG



Saturday 22 September

12noon – 5pm

The Podium, 3 Thornton Street, E20 2DA


Or view the plans online at (the materials will be available following the first public exhibition).


We hope to see you there and thank you for your involvement to date.

CM Summer picnic July2018

Residents end of summer Tea Party!

Date: Sunday 9 September 2018

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Place: In the rain garden and Villiers Gardens

If you enjoyed the street party in July or missed it, come and have tea (or a drink of your choice) with your neighbours. Chobham Manor Residents Association (CMRA) are hosting an end of summer Tea Party for all Chobham Manor residents.

Bring some cakes, scones, hot flasks of tea and coffee or drink of your choice.

If you have picnic tables, chairs and gazebos etc. please bring them along and help us set up the street party.

Please note Villiers Gardens will be closed to traffic from 1-6pm during the event, check the flyer for further information: CMRA Tea Party Flyer 090918

This event is being organised by the Chobham Manor Residents Association – for enquiries or suggestions/contributions for activities please email the organisers on

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Construction works 2A and 2BCD

Update on Considerate Constructors Scheme

Our Chobham Manor development continues its efforts to make sure the site is presentable, organised and well managed.  As we are registered on the Considerate Constructors Scheme, feedback from our recent site visit has commended our efforts to inform you as residents of the work that is taking place and reduce levels of disruption where possible.

We received a score of excellent in all the areas covered by the Code of the Considerate Construction, these being:

  • Caring about appearance
  • Respecting the community
  • Protecting the environment
  • Secure everyone’s safety
  • Valuing the workforce


Due to the hard work carried out by Taylor Wimpey’s site team, L&Q and the subcontractors, we currently hold a Bronze award and working hard towards a Silver award this year.


More about Considerate Constructors Scheme:

Chobham Manor development is registered on the Considerate Constructors Scheme. By registering with the Scheme, we have made a commitment to operate to a higher standard of considerate construction.

All registered sites, companies and suppliers are visited by one of the Scheme’s experienced Monitors who assess how our operation is performing against the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice and Checklist. Monitors also use their knowledge and experience to guide us on how we can address potential areas of development.

Scheme registration is nationally recognised, endorsed by local authorities, the Government, main contractors and major industry clients.

Other benefits of being registered with Considerate Constructors Scheme include:

  • Competitive advantage with prospective clients by demonstrating a commitment to high standards
  • Demonstrates to planning authorities that we are committed to community engagement and minimising impact
  • Scheme branding and recognition
  • Ability to assess and benchmark our performance and strive for development and improvements
  • Opportunity to win National Awards

Let your voice be heard

Newham Citizens Assemblies

As a Newham resident you are invited to a series of Neighbourhood Citizens’ Assemblies during the month of September 2018, taking place across the borough in each Community Neighbourhood. Here you will be able to identify and discuss how best to address challenges in your area, giving you and your neighbours direct influence to create a shared vision for the place where you live, helping to shape its development and growth.

Stratford Citizens’ Assembly will be taking place:

Date: Wednesday 12 September 2018

Time: 10am – 1pm and 6 – 9.30pm

Place: Old Town Hall Stratford, 29 The Broadway, Stratford E15 4BQ

Join the assemblies by completing the Citizens’ Assembly Registration Form and you can also register for special requirements to enable you to attend. Let your Newham friends and neighbours know too!

Light refreshments will be available at the assemblies.

For more information visit or contact

Putting Newham Residents at the Heart of Everything We Do.


Community Neighbourhoods

London Borough of Newham

Link to flyer: Newham Council Citizens’ Assemblies Sept2018


BBQ Fire

Help to reduce grass fires…

London Fire Brigade have sent an urgent letter to support in assisting the reduction of grass fires which are sweeping across the capital during the heatwave.

Please see link below for further information from the London Fire Commissioner:

London Fire Brigade Commissioner barbecue letter – LLDC

L&Q works with the London Fire Brigade (LFB) and Fire Safety Specialists in the management of property and communal areas. To support our colleagues within the LFB we are enforcing a ban on all barbeques in the common parts we manage as are our neighbours from across E20 / Olympic Park. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that barbeques and open fires are not permitted on private or public balconies due to the very serious risk to cause fire which could cause significant damage to the building, your home and your neighbours homes.

LSL Summer school poster August2018

‘Give Our Planet a Future’ Summer School Activity

Join London Stadium Learning for an exciting summer school.

Using multi-media technology we will be developing a new campaign promoting the use of sustainable energy systems to reduce pollution on the earth by looking at how small changes can make big differences.

London Stadium Learning’s Free! Summer School

Tues 7 – Thurs 9 August

10 – 3pm

London Stadium Learning is an brand new provision in the London Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Park. This project will be delivered with qualified teachers through high quality learning activities in an inspiring international sporting venue, resources are developed from the Stadium, Park and our wider ranging partners in E20 and the surrounding area.

To book:


Phone: 020 8522 6127



LSL Summer school poster August2018