Building new homes for Marks Gate

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An artist's impression of the new development alongside Padnall Lake

We have now submitted a planning application for new homes on the land alongside the A12 at Marks Gate.

Our vision is for a new part of Marks Gate where people and nature come together. The aim is to create an area of modern homes as well as biodiversity and play, for walks, sports and cycling, in a much-improved environment.

The key features are:

  • more than 250 high quality, affordable council-owned homes
  • energy efficient with a sustainable power source
  • alongside the southern edge of the site to maximise green space and create a sound buffer
  • improved landscaping and biodiversity – with a new linear park and children’s play areas
  • better connection to Chadwell Heath with an improved, safer entrance to the underpass
  • built using modern construction methods to reduce disturbance and improve sustainability

The plans have been developed following initial consultation with local residents.

We submitted a planning application to the Council at the end of August. You can see it on the Council's website. The application number is 20/01686/FULL , and you can type in the postcode which is RM6 5ER.

Find out more!

  • Watch our new video which introduces the application we have made
  • Take a look in more detail – you can download the plans
  • Find out more - read our commonly asked questions or ask questions of your own
  • Register to receive our newsletters. Sign up to keep up-to-date with what’s happening when, at the top right corner of this page


We have now submitted a planning application for new homes on the land alongside the A12 at Marks Gate.

Our vision is for a new part of Marks Gate where people and nature come together. The aim is to create an area of modern homes as well as biodiversity and play, for walks, sports and cycling, in a much-improved environment.

The key features are:

  • more than 250 high quality, affordable council-owned homes
  • energy efficient with a sustainable power source
  • alongside the southern edge of the site to maximise green space and create a sound buffer
  • improved landscaping and biodiversity – with a new linear park and children’s play areas
  • better connection to Chadwell Heath with an improved, safer entrance to the underpass
  • built using modern construction methods to reduce disturbance and improve sustainability

The plans have been developed following initial consultation with local residents.

We submitted a planning application to the Council at the end of August. You can see it on the Council's website. The application number is 20/01686/FULL , and you can type in the postcode which is RM6 5ER.

Find out more!

  • Watch our new video which introduces the application we have made
  • Take a look in more detail – you can download the plans
  • Find out more - read our commonly asked questions or ask questions of your own
  • Register to receive our newsletters. Sign up to keep up-to-date with what’s happening when, at the top right corner of this page


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