Work to start on 92 Leyton Green Road

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92 Leyton Green Road

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92 Leyton Green Road News

Walthom Forest

Work to start soon at 92 Leyton Green Road - residents' views lead to changes

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Building contractor Jerram Falkus is due to start on site at 92 Leyton Green Road, on Monday 16 November 2020.

The scheme will provide 47 new homes for Waltham Forest residents - 19 one bedroom, 16 two bedroom and 12 three bedroom homes.

Following engagement with residents during 2019, FBM Architects design introduces two new terraces, one re-establishing a street frontage along Leyton Green Road, the other forming a mews street  leading on to private gardens, a shared communal garden and a play area.

The terraces have been arranged so as to retain the existing trees on the site as far as possible. The building rises to five storeys to provide a focal point at the junction of Epsom Road and Matlock Road.

The project is due for completion in June 2022.

Some parking bays to be suspended for safe site access

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The first stage of work will be to install the welfare facilities for workers and then demolition of existing buildings on the site will follow.

The demolition will include asbestos removal in accordance with strict guidelines and monitoring.

Working hours will be Monday to Friday, 8am - 6pm and Saturday 8am - 1pm.

The site will be part of the Considerate Constructors scheme.

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Vehicles will use Matlock Road to reach the site and some parling bays will be suspended to allow this to be done safely.

There will be a pedestrian gate to the site on Leyton Green Road whch will be used only by site staff.

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Housing scheme will pay for care centre and support school expansion

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A planning application (reference number 200076) for the 47 new homes at 92 Leyton Green Road was approved by Waltham Forest Council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday 5 May 2020.

The new housing will pay for the Leyton Green Road Respite Centre, a purpose built state of the art short break centre facility for young people with mild to severe disabilities and learning difficulties.

The new centre opened in January 2020 and is collocated with Belmont Park School.

This provides a significant improvement in the borough's facilities for disabled children and their families and gives a clear message that the Council wants to ensure our children have the best experiences growing up.

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The Government’s current national lockdown guidelines has made clear that construction work should continue if safe to do so.

All sites are COVID secure, clearly signed, and respect social distancing guidelines, with hand sanitation stations.

Council officers regularly visit construction sites across the borough to ensure that regulations are being followed.

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