East Village E20 (1,379 units)
East Thames, with its partners Southern Housing Group and developers First Base, formed Triathlon Homes, a consortium that will deliver 1,379 affordable homes in the Olympic Village development in Stratford. This is now known as East Village.
After 2012 the homes will be converted from athletes' accommodation into new homes for East London. This will include affordable rented, intermediate rented, part-buy, part-rent (shared ownership) and shared equity homes with a range of one, two, three and four-bed homes to cater for individuals, couples and families.
Find out more here: http://www.triathlonhomes.com/
Ocean Estate (800 units in total - half affordable)
The East Thames Consortium was appointed in early 2010 to work with Tower Hamlets Council on a £200m regeneration project in Stepney.
More than 800 new homes will be built near Ben Jonson Road and Harford Street as well as near Shandy Park and White Horse Lane. Close to the canal and Mile End Park, the area is well served in terms of transport links and local amenities.
Hammond House (56 units)
This regeneration programme will see the existing 36 run down apartments built in the 1930’s replaced with 56 brand new affordable homes with space standards substantially higher than the conditions currently on the estate.
The homes consist of large family sized three and four bedroom apartments, along with one and two bedroom units and up to five units adapted for wheelchair users. They will be available for affordable and social rent, shared ownership and some for outright sale.
New Union Wharf (400 units)
East Thames are busy with a major regeneration project at New Union Wharf. The existing 189 homes will be replaced with approximately 400 homes of mixed tenure.
We offered tenants a unique opportunity to vote for refurbishment or regeneration on the estate; more than 90% of residents voted in the ballot, and it was certainly a close vote, with a slight majority of residents voting in favour of regeneration.
Waltham Forest Garages (63 units)
The Waltham Forest Garages project is East Thames Group’s largest development in Waltham Forest following its selection as an Affordable Housing Investment Partner for the borough in 2009.
The project involves the redevelopment of seven garage sites to produce 63 homes for affordable and intermediate rental options. Homes consist of a mix of one and two bedroom flats and three, four and five bedroom houses and maisonettes.
One and two bedroom properties are now available at Frederic Street. Click here to find out more.
Hammond Court (43 units)
Waltham Forest Council granted planning permission for East Thames to redevelop Hammond Court, a rundown 70's estate that has been a target for anti-social behaviour and misuse.
The approval paved the way for the estate to be transformed in to 43 affordable homes, including large family houses and maisonettes overlooking a secure landscaped courtyard.
Grove Farm (104 units)
We are building a range of 1,2 and 3 bedroom flats and 3 and 4 bedroom houses in Redbridge.
Squirrels Heath Gardens (extra care scheme - 98 units)
We are replacing a run down care scheme, previously known as Snowden Court with a new extra care scheme, designed around the needs of local residents.
The site is now ready for demolition and final amendments are being made to the design prior to the development of the new homes. Further enhancements to the scheme have been incorporated including an additional hobby room and integrated secure scooter storage. Interest from local residents in living in the scheme has been very high.
Havering Garages Phase 2 (3 phases- potentially up to 60 homes across several sites)
We’re transforming a number of disused garage sites into spacious, energy efficient family homes. After completing 4 homes as party of a pilot, the first phase will deliver 22 homes for social rent. Future phases of the programme could see us deliver a total of almost 60 homes. The different garage sites are at various stages of development and will be delivered by June 2013, with the first phase to be completed spring 2012.