Planning application submitted for The Score redevelopment plus play hockey at the Feel Good Too

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The Score Centre and Feel Good Too News

Walthom Forest

Planning application submitted

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The planning application, reference number 193694, for The Score site redevelopment, has been submitted and is now open for the statutory consultation.

The new Score Centre site development, on Council owned land, will provide:

  • 750 new homes contributing to meeting the borough’s housing need, with 50 per cent of them affordable
  • an attractive civic square with shops and cafes
  • commercial space
  • a health centre
  • a pre-school nursery
  • an enhanced sports and leisure centre for indoor sports with community facilities including, meeting rooms
  • landscaping
  • a district heating energy centre

You can see details of the planning application and make your comments online.

All comments made will be reported to the Planning Committee before it makes its decision.

It is expected that application will go to the Planning Committee  in spring 2020.

See and comment on the planning application for this scheme

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The proposals for The Score redevelopment include features that will reduce the impact of the scheme on the enviornment as part of the Council's work on the Climate Emergency.

These include:

  • Modern sports, health care and pre-school nursery facilities which are more energy efficient than current facilities
  • A district heating energy centre that will provide heating and hot water to the flats and the other facilities on the site
  • Solar panels to generate electricty 
  • Being car free, except for people with mobility issues, to reduce vehicle emissions
  • High quality parking for all cycle users to encourage residents and visitors to cycle rather than use motor vehicles
  • Enhanced waste and recyling facilities to reduce the amount of rubbish that goes to landfill or for incineration
  • Planting of trees, shrubs and landscaping which will help improve air quality

Delivering on our promises

Across Waltham Forest the Council is working to deliver more affordable homes for local people.

This includes Council homes for rent and for shared ownership where local residents get the first option to buy so they can get a foot on the housing ladder.

An important part of these developments is delivering improved transport services, new health hubs, schools and community facilities alongside new shops and work spaces to provide local jobs.

The Score Centre site in Leyton is currently the largest project in the Council’s programme bringing new facilities and homes to this part of our borough.

All weather floodlit pitch ideal for hockey

Feel Good Too hockey

Dark nights and rainy weather can make many hockey pitches unusable at this time of year but if you’re a keen hockey player you can still enjoy your favourite sport by using the all-weather, floodlit hockey pitch at Feel Good Too in Leyton.

You can book the pitch for matches or training sessions during the day or the evening and enjoy the facilities that are on offer.

When you finish your game there’s changing rooms with hot showers to warm you up before you head home.

Find out more about Feel Good Too

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