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A sustainable community and a space to grow
Planners have put their heart and soul into making Beam Park an outstanding place to live. When complete, it will be a vibrant community of 3,000 homes – and it will have the modern amenities and infrastructure to match. New facilities springing up will include primary and secondary schools, a nursery, a medical centre, exciting gym and leisure offerings, plus an attractive recreational area.
A place to connect
Your new home also benefits from an excellent range of existing amenities. You’ll be near some beautiful green spaces, including RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve and – in the near future – the new, 2.5 hectare Beam Park. There’ll also be a cycle path and fitness trail and you’ll be living moments away from the Beam Valley Country Park, where the Beam River joins the Thames.
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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, Lakeside Shopping Centre is only a short distance away. Covering 200 acres, it’s home to over 250 shops, 50 cafés and restaurants and a seven-screen Vue cinema. From food to fashion, technology to jewellery, you’ll find it all.
New Schools and a bright future
L&Q at Beam Park promises a bright future for families and their children. The development will soon boast two new, purpose-built primary schools with excellent facilities. These will add to over a dozen nurseries, primary and secondary schools in the area that are rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
Chandlers Chatters Pre-School is very popular, while Scargill Infant School is ‘Outstanding’. Good local primaries include La Salette RC Primary School and Rainham Village Primary School & Nursery. For secondary-aged children, Harris Academy in Rainham is ‘Good’, as are Dagenham Park C of E School and Abbs Cross Academy & Arts College.
One thing’s for sure – whichever local school your children attend, they will be assured of an excellent education.