A sustainable community and a space to grow

Planners have put their heart and soul into making Beam Park an outstanding place to live. It will be a vibrant community of over 3,000 homes with modern amenities and infrastructure to match.  With a new Sainsbury’s Local store, early-years nursery and multi-use games already available for residents.

Beam Park Health Centre is open for residents to register with, providing GP and health services to the local community with 22 consultation rooms, 3 interview rooms and an enhanced treatment room.

In September 2024 Emmanuel Community School will open, a two-form primary school with nursery provision for up to 30 children. This is the first of two primary schools that will open at Beam Park. Plans also include gym facilities and community multi-faith centre, alongside attractive recreational areas throughout the development.

A place to connect

Beam Park will feature a number of landscaped recreational spaces with play equipment for younger residents, including 2.5 hectare Central Park and multi-use games area with basketball hoop and five-aside football goals. Benefit from Beam Valley Country Park being on your doorstep, a 75 hectare nature reserve just a 5 minute walk away. In addition you’ll also find RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve close by, great for exploring on foot or by bike.

Carry on walking through Beam Valley Country Park you’ll discover Eastbrookend Country Park. An 84-hectare park and local Nature Reserve, with a state of the art Discovery Centre, an environmentally friendly visitor centre with tea room, toilets and baby changing facilities, children’s playground and outdoor gym equipment.


A place for shopping and a city to explore

If you like to shop until you drop, L&Q at Beam Park is perfect for you. A short train journey takes you to central London, one of the world’s shopping paradises.

From Westfield Stratford, to West End fashions and designer labels, through to quirky boutiques and iconic shopping hubs, there’s so much to see and explore. Closer to home, just 12 minutes drive and accessible by bus from Beam Park, is Lakeside Shopping Centre. As well as an abundance of shops, cafés and restaurants you’ll also find plenty of entertainment including cinema, bowling, trampoline park, indoor crazy golf, escape rooms, The Upside Down House and Nickelodeon World!

Whilst Bluewater Shopping & Leisure destination is just 20 minutes by car. Along with shops, cafés and places to eat you can enjoy England’s longest zip-wire, crazy golf, dinosaur themed soft-play centre, trampoline park, de-lux Showcase cinema and Young Driver.

New schools and a bright future

The development will boast two new, purpose-built primary schools with excellent facilities with the first scheduled to open September 2024. The Emmanuel  Community School, Beam Park will be a two-form entry primary school with 420 places, alongside a nursery for up to 30 children. Rainbow Angels Nursery is also located at Beam Park, providing childcare for up to 133 children Monday to Saturday from 7am to 7pm.

There are three primary schools all within walking distance of Beam Park and all rated Good by OFSTED. Beam County Primary School and Newtons Primary School are both a 10 minute away, with Marsh Green Primary School a 15 minute walk from the development.

Your home is well connected

Reach Fenchurch Street in 22 minutes
train Dagenham Dock Station
train Fenchurch Street
Reach Canary Wharf in 28 minutes
train Dagenham Dock station
train Canary Wharf DLR station
RSPB Centre at Rainham Marshes