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New phase of Chobham Manor close to the Olympic Park

Development's third phase is surrounded by world-class amenities

The third phase of the Chobham Manor development on the edge of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford will be launched this Saturday (November 9).  

Chobham offers an extensive selection of homes which have been developed to appeal to multiple generations. The new phase will bring a collection of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes to the area, catering for first-time buyers, families and investors.  

The Manor offers the best of London life, giving residents access to some of the UK’s best leisure facilities, with London Stadium, Lee Valley VeloPark and Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre less than a mile away. 

Michael O’Leary, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey East London, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to see Chobham Manor continue to grow, and we are excited to welcome people to the launch of our third phase on November 9. Chobham is a wonderful community to be a part of, with all of London’s best amenities right on the doorstep and is a great choice for any kind of interested buyer.  

“Buying a home is a huge commitment, so we’re also pleased to offer prospective buyers the opportunity to visualise their future home with sample plots available for all of our housetypes. Our launch will show exactly what we have to offer and will take place at our brand new sales arena on the development. We would recommend that anyone interested in our Chobham Manor development pays us a visit on the day.”  

Chobham Manor is on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at 1 Hyett Terrace, Honour Lea Avenue, Stratford, London, E20 1HH. For more information, visit www.taylorwimpey.com or call 02036 409597. 

Homes at Chobham Manor are being built by Chobham Manor LLP, a joint venture between Taylor Wimpey and L&Q, selected for the project by the London Legacy Development Corporation. 

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David Buckley

Dave Buckley is a career journalist. “I once went painting girders for a week and discovered I didn’t like heights,” he says. “Apart from that it has always been journalism for me in one form or another.” Past publications worked for include the South-East London Mercury*, Kent Messenger, Daily Express, Today*, News of the World* and Hong Kong Star*. All those marked with an asterisk no longer exist (trend emerging?). He owned and edited a Thailand-based property magazine before returning to England and currently works as a production editor for an East Midlands-based publishing group.

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