Green homes up for grabs next to green’ Olympics

NEARLY 1,000 new state-of-the-art eco’ homes are up for grabs in East London with the launch of a development on a line-of-site with the 2012 green’ Olympics. The first 200 homes have just gone on the market on the site of a former Victorian hospital in view of the new stadium taking shape less than a mile away

By Hannah Roberts

NEARLY 1,000 new state-of-the-art eco’ homes are up for grabs in East London with the launch of a development on a line-of-site with the 2012 Green’ Olympics.

The first 200 homes have just gone on the market on the site of the former Victorian St Andrew’s Hospital at Bromley-by-Bow—in view of the new stadium taking shape less than a mile away.

Green credentials include surface water recycling and a communal energy-saving centre using hi-tech, low-carbon technology to heat water and saving on energy bills.


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Four apartments have already been sold by the developers, Barratt’s East London. Communal facilities include a fitness suite, cr�che and coffee shop.

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Prices start from around �200,000, but half the apartments, which range from one to two bedrooms, are for the shared ownership’ low-cost end of the market or for social rent.

St Andrew’s is part of a massive Lower Lea Valley regeneration led by London Mayor Boris Johnson, the London Development Agency and the Homes & Communities Agency.

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