Regeneration: Sansom Road, Leytonstone

Sansom Road


The site replaces the existing ball park and car park.

What is planned?

The proposal is to provide:

  • a five storey residential building containing 32 apartments, all of which will be available at social rent
  • refuse and recycling facilities
  • cycle storage
  • three parking bays for people with disabilities
  • private external amenity spaces as well
  • a buffer between the roads
  • a safe pedestrian footpath through the scheme

Who will do the development?

Sixty Bricks, the Council owned development company will be managing the building of this scheme.

What happens when?

  • Tuesday 11 July 2017: Waltham Forest Council’s Cabinet approved the principle of developing this site
  • January 2019: Greater London Authority approves grant funding of £100,000 per new home
  • Thursday 6 June 2019: Planning application submitted, and statutory consultation takes place
  • Monday 12 August 2019: Notice served to stop using car park
  • Wednesday 4 September 2019: Planning Committee decision expected
  • October/November 2019: Expected start on site
  • Autumn 2021: Expected completion of scheme


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Keeping you informed

Consultations have been held on:

  • Tuesday 29 August 2017: Section 105 Consultation Decision report published following consultation with tenants and leaseholders
  • Tuesday 12 September 2017: Consultation with residents
  • Thursday 14 December 2017: Consultation with residents
  • Tuesday 3 July 2018: Consultation with residents

Further details

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Sixty Bricks Project Manager, Emily Mountford 

Waltham Forest Council’s Stakeholder Relations and Community Engagement Manager, Keith Brown