The LLDC has now published the results of the neighbourhood survey on Chobham Manor Phase 1. We’re really grateful for all of the time that so many residents gave to this, and so we wanted to share it with Chobham Manor residents first, a link to this is below. We previously shared a link on the CM life website to a leaflet which gave a high level summary, this can also be downloaded below.
The overall results of the study are positive and confirm that residents feel Chobham Manor is a family friendly area, where people have strong social networks, with some residents describing the 880-home neighbourhood as place that ‘is in London, but with the feel of a small town’.
The findings show that the 259 homes built in the first phase of the housing development on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park outperform the average UK new build home in terms electricity, water and heat.
The full POE report as well as a leaflet giving an overview can be downloaded from the LLDC website.
LLDC and its consultant team are in the process of carrying out similar studies on the remaining phases of Chobham Manor and the first phase of East Wick & Sweetwater. For people who live in Chobham Manor phase 2, please get involved now by using this link: bit.ly/3xVVqJg
For queries on the POE, or if you are a resident who would like to take part, please email POE@londonlegacy.co.uk