What's new at The Quarry?
The Quarry welcomes Bexley leaders
This week, The Quarry was delighted to welcome Councillor Teresa O’Neill OBE, Leader of the London Borough of Bexley, for a tour of the site in Erith. She was joined by the Council’s newly appointed Chief Executive, Jackie Belton, who was visiting the new eco-development for the first time. The two council representatives were shown around the third phase of properties, which are currently under construction. Due to launch late 2019. Read more
Erith residents come together to celebrate 'The Big Lunch'
Residents at L&Q’s new family-friendly development ‘The Quarry’ host their first ever street party in true ‘The Big Lunch’ style. On Saturday 1 June, more than 150 residents at L&Q’s new eco-development site The Quarry, in Erith, came out to host The Big Lunch street party to get to know one another and learn more about their community. Read more
Erith at Half Term
Erith is brimming with exciting opportunities to keep the smile on your kids’ faces throughout half-term. We have pulled together our top 5 fun-filled things to do in and around The Quarry’s neighbourhood, to make the most of a full week off school! Read more
The Quarry is Highly Commended at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards
L&Q and the Anderson Group are thrilled to reveal The Quarry has been awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the Best Affordable Homes category at the London Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2019.With 14 different categories, the awards bring together the very best properties from across the spectrum, ranging from first-time buyer homes to luxurious apartments. Read more
First Time Buyer Readers' Awards 2019
We took home two fantastic awards at the 2019 First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards, held on Friday 26 April. We were awarded Best First Time Buyer Family Home for The Quarry, our joint venture with the Anderson Group, and Best Urban Regeneration for Acton Gardens, our major West London development with Countryside. Read more
The Quarry transforms trees into musical sculpture for local school children
A new musical sculpture crafted from wood sourced from The Quarry site has been installed at Willow Bank Primary School by The Quarry’s developers L&Q and Anderson Group. The new xylophone sculpture will be used as part of a ‘sensory experiences’ learning programme for the school’s more vulnerable students and will eventually take permanent residence at The Quarry’s new state-of-the-art primary school, Lime Wood Free School, upon the school’s completion. Read more