Estate Management – Slippery Surfaces

Hi All,

I hope you enjoyed the brief fall of snow on Chobham which definitely lifted some moods. More may be expected this coming weekend.

With that said, when temperatures fall below zero we can expect slippery surfaces across the development.

Please be mindful when entering / exiting your home and travelling to and from places. 

The estate management team have grit stored on site and will be keeping an eye on the forecasts. Where necessary we will be distributing grit outside but not limited to building entrances, bin store entrances, access to car parks, access to play areas and green areas (Phase 1 Rain Garden / Phase 2 The Green) and internal open walkways (Burnell House and Hewett House). 

Thank you.

Chobham Manor Estate Management Team.

THE EXCHANGE – *Must Read*

Coronavirus has hit people in our communities hard; people have less of what they and their families need to get through the week.

In response, The Yard Theatre has set up The Exchange, working in partnership with the East Village Management Team, Chobham Manor Residents Association and many brilliant local residents, we deliver weekly packages to households in need of a little extra support.

HOW IT WORKS

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are currently seeking donations of certain items, available to see here.

We know lots of people aren’t leaving the house much at the moment, so we’ve made it easy for you to donate online. If you can, please consider doing an online shop, delivered to The Hall. We’ve suggested items from leading shops here.

If you want to speak to someone about a donation or the project in general, please contact local@theyardtheatre.co.uk

How inclusive is your home and neighbourhood?

Dear Residents,

 

Early December 2020, Catalina Morales, a PhD Researcher from Oxford Brookes University, visited Chobham Manor to carry out a study about Inclusive Design in the Park area.

You may have met Catalina on her visit and had a chance to talk about the project or received an invitation in your letterbox to participate in the project’s survey.

Catalina is thankful to everyone she has spoken to during her visit to the Chobham Manor neighbourhood and to those who have already taken part in the survey.

Unfortunately, due to the current public health guidance related to Coronavirus, face to face visits have been put on hold.

If you are a Phase 1 resident and interested in participating in the study, the survey deadline has been extended and is now open until Sunday 14 February 2021.

You can find additional information about the project survey below and how to access the online questionnaire (or request a printed version).

 

 

The Inclusive Design research project and why Chobham Manor was chosen

Catalina is conducting a project centred on studying Inclusive Design. Inclusive Design is about creating spaces that are comfortable and welcoming for people of all ages, social background and physical and mental abilities. The buildings and urban area in Chobham Manor were developed applying Inclusive Design Standards, relating to the reason why your neighbourhood was selected for the study.

As in most cases, people using their space are the best judges to determine how well it’s fulfilling the intended purpose. The Inclusive Design research study will gauge what you think about your home and neighbourhood. The knowledge you have about your home and area, based on your everyday experience, would be incredibly valuable to understand what works, what doesn’t work and why.

Your views and insights captured in this study, will inform future projects, so we can continue to improve inclusive design standards and regulations.

 

How can you participate?

You must be a Phase 1 resident to participate in the survey and let us know what you think.

To start, click on the survey link here: http://bit.ly/E20Survey

The survey is open until Sunday 14 February 2021

By completing the survey, you can enter a prize draw with a chance of winning a £70 Amazon Voucher!

 

Do you have any additional support needs?

Are you or someone in your household registered as disabled? Are you a parent with a small child? Are you expecting a child? Are you an older adult?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, Catalina would like to discuss your experience living in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Area with you. This part of the study focusses on understanding the residential space at Chobham Manor from your unique perspective. Such as; what you think about your home and neighbourhood and what is important to you in the context of your home considering any additional support needs.

If you are interested, get in touch with Catalina by email or phone. Contact details are listed below. Interviews will be carried out virtually.

 

If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact Catalina at:

E: 17092880@brookes.ac.uk with ‘ID_ Survey Info’ as the email subject

T: 01865 483 408

L&Q – Estate Management Update

Hi All,

We hope this update finds you well. Please click on the following link to see more information:

What to expect from our Estate Services (lqgroup.org.uk)

Many thanks in advance,

Chobham Manor Estate Management Team

Working together – Reporting of ASB / Crime

Hi All,

 

We hope this update finds you and your loved ones well.

Following on from the website post sent out in October in regards to reporting ASB and Crime (follow link provided) – http://www.chobhamlife.co.uk/reporting-of-crime-and-asb/ 

I want to thank everyone for their continued efforts to report these matters via the right avenues. However, I must stress the importance of reporting all crimes and ASB to ChobhamManor1@lqgroup.org.uk

Doing so allows us to build a better picture of the crime and ASB occurring on Chobham Manor, which will then assist in obtaining further resources from the local authorities and the police.

With that being said, I kindly urge all residents to continue to report any incidents (no matter how small) to our inbox, including ones which are historic / closed down by the police. Please also include the crime reference number, if you have it to hand.

It is with your ongoing support and cooperation that we are able to maintain the development and retain its community.

If you have neighbours who do not receive the Chobham Life updates or SMS updates, please also email ChobhamManor1@lqgroup.org.uk and we can assist with setting you up. In the meantime, we would appreciate residents sharing this website post with their local neighbours.

Many thanks in advance,

Chobham Manor Estate Management Team

 

 

 

 

Bike Crime Group – Local area

Hi All,

The following group of youths (see image below) have been spotted in Here East carrying out a bike reconnaissance. Should you spot these individuals please call 101. If an incident is occurring / has occurred, please call 999. Please don’t forget to report all incidents (major or minor) to ChobhamManor1@lqgroup.org.uk.

Have a great weekend ahead and stay safe.

 

PCM – New Abercrombie Road Residents discount code

Hi All,

Hope the new year has been off to a good start. Please see below the new residents discount code for Abercrombie Road, visitor parking.

Should you have any questions, please email ChobhamManor1@lqgroup.org.uk 

PCMCM211

Thank you.

Chobham Manor Estate Management Team