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23 Feb

Old East Ham Fire Station shortlisted for the 2023 RIBA London Awards

We're delighted that the Old Fire Station, a landmark of East Ham has been shortlisted for the 2023 RIBA London Awards.

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22 DecThe Didsbury, East Ham, view from a balcony

2022: A Year in Review

Despite the many obstacles and challenges that 2022 has thrown up, Populo Living is incredibly proud of everything we have achieved over the last 12 months – delivering...

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06 DecThe Didsbury, East Ham, comfortable, light, open plan living and kitchen interior

10 tips to see how you can save over £500 and keep your home warm this winter

With the cost of living rising, we could all do with some extra money in our pockets and help keeping the cost of our energy bills down. Use our helpful guide with tips and support available in Newham.

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09 Sep

Statement on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Everyone at Populo Living is deeply saddened by the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. We thank her for her 70 years of loyalty and dedicated service to our country. Our thoughts and condolences are with HM King Charles III and the Royal Family at this time of mourning.

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25 AugThe Carpenters Estate aerial image, credit Proctor And Matthews, Metropolitan Workshop.

Carpenters Estate masterplan submitted by Newham Council as London’s largest estate regeneration scheme forges ahead

Official planning approval is being sought for an ambitious £1billion outline masterplan on the Carpenters Estate which will deliver 2152 new homes if approved, with a minimum of 50 percent social rent homes, on a 23-acre site owned by Newham Council in the heart of Stratford.

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25 May

Newham Council getting stuff done on Carpenters Estate after James Riley Point proposal approved by LLDC Planning Committee

136 refurbished modern homes, with 94 percent at social rent and London Affordable Rent, alongside a new state-of-art community and sports centre at James Riley Point approved by London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) Planning Committee.

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