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Coronation Square

The Score Centre - 100 Oliver Road - Leyton - London - E10 5JY

Taylor Wimpey has secured full planning permission to redevelop The Score Centre in Leyton, creating 750 news homes and a range of community facilities.

  • Overview

    Major project will bring 750 new homes to Leyton

    Taylor Wimpey is working with Waltham Forest Council to revitalise The Score Centre as part of a major joint regeneration project in Leyton. Our proposal includes 750 new homes, of which 50 per cent will be affordable, as well as a range of new community facilities. The council is leading the redevelopment of the site but has selected Taylor Wimpey to deliver the project as its development partner.

    The planning application for Coronation Square was approved by Waltham Forest Council's planning committee during a virtual meeting in March 2020, and following the lifting of restrictions on construction during the COVID-19 lockdown period, Taylor Wimpey is now preparing to start work on site whilst operating under new health and safety protocols.

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  • About the site

    A key site for regeneration in Leyton

    Coronation Square - About the site

    Coronation Square is located on the site of the existing Score Centre, a community, sport, nursery, and leisure facility in Leyton. The site is less than half a mile from Leyton High Road and just over half a mile from Leyton station, which is an underground stop on the Central Line. There are numerous bus connections via Leyton High Road, Warren Road, and Ruckholt Road.

    The site was identified for redevelopment by Waltham Forest Council in 2016. As part of the council’s wider redevelopment plans, the existing outdoor sports facilities and the food growing beds at the Score Centre have already been re-provided at the recently completed Feel Good Too Centre on the former Ive Farm in Leyton, under a mile away from the development site.

    The site is next to the Leyton Town Centre Conservation area and bordered by a number of local landmarks, including Coronation Gardens to the south and Leyton Orient Football Club’s Breyer Group Stadium to the east, as well as existing homes. The setting presents an opportunity to create a new local centre, linking existing and emerging neighbourhoods.

  • What's proposed

    Creating a vibrant local centre with a mix of homes for all needs

    Coronation Square  Whats proposed

    Taylor Wimpey has secured full planning permission for a development of 750 new one, two and three-bedroom homes, of which 50 per cent will be affordable. The proposals will bring significant positive change to the area and deliver new community facilities, shops, cafes and flexible commercial facilities. 

    Coronation Square will include a new civic square, with a market hall and retail and commercial space for existing and new start-up businesses. This will become a distinctive local focal point, serving existing and emerging neighbourhoods and linking to wider cycle and pedestrian networks.

    New streets will enhance the existing street-scape and high-quality new green spaces will be key to the design, with homes arranged around communal courtyards that include lawns for recreation, play space for all ages and productive gardens. 

  • Community

    Health, education and leisure play key roles in new development

    Coronation Square - Community benefits

    As well as the new homes and civic square, Coronation Square will also include a new health hub and pharmacy, a sports and leisure complex for indoor sports, with community facilities and meeting room spaces, and a pre-school nursery. The development will be powered by a District Heating Network, and this alongside other measures will help to reduce the impact of the climate emergency. Around 170 new trees will be planted on sit

    As part of the planning agreement for Coronation Square an additional £5m will be put into improving local infrastructure and facilities, including approximately £486,500 towards Transport for London (TfL) bus services, over £400,000 towards local education and hundreds of thousands of pounds towards improving neighbouring highways.

    A full programme of community engagement was carried out prior to the submission of the application, with feedback from Waltham Forest residents used to help shape the final proposals.

  • Updates

    Latest news on Coronation Square

    Check back here to see key dates and milestones in the Coronation Square project.

    • February 2021 - work starts on site
    • March 2020 - full planning permission granted
    • November 2019 - planning application submitted to Waltham Forest Council
    • September 2019 - public drop-in session (final plans)
    • June 2019 - public drop-in session (changes following consultation)
    • February 2019 - drop-in session (public consultation)

    Visit the Waltham Forest Council website to find out more about the council’s role in the Coronation Square project.