Romford’s former ice rink site has been given the green light by planning chiefs. It will become almost 1,000 new homes. It will consist of seven blocks with between two and twelve storeys, located near Queen’s Hospital in Romford and the Crossrail station. It will consist of seven blocks of between two and twelve storeys, located near Queen’s Hospital and close to the Crossrail station in Romford. He stated that “This is an urban village for the sons or daughters of Havering who want to get on to the housing ladder and remain within the borough.” “Rom Valley Gardens” will be Impact’s flagship regeneration scheme. It represents Impact’s vision to create sustainable housing models that will help to revitalize underused sites in Britain’s towns and cities. There is a UK housing crisis and new quality affordable homes are needed for rental and sale. “By creating our own modular construction factory, it is ripping up the rules and combining smart tech, innovative design, and precision engineering to create the sustainable and affordable homes of the future. This is how one architect made his vision for London housing a reality. Elizabeth Line map: London Crossrail route, opening dates and what we know sofar. The recent public health crisis has also highlighted the need for a new way to build in the UK. “Nick Shattock is the chief executive of Impact Developments. He stated that Rom Valley Gardens was designed as an urban village. It will be integrated with Queen’s Hospital at multiple levels and will be a model for other central Romford developments. We are grateful for the trust Havering placed in us to deliver this major project and we look forward to managing and owning this neighborhood over the long-term. “The plans are still to be approved by City Hall and must be subject to the finalization of a section106 agreement. Construction is expected to begin in the fourth trimester of this year.