The official handover of 51 flats and 22 town houses in Stonebridge saw school children burying a time capsule in the grounds of the development’s new play area this week.
Pupils from neighbouring Stonebridge Primary School and Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School buried artwork, letters and mementos from the pandemic years at the grand unveiling for the new green space that includes play space and an outdoor gym. The time capsule buried in the play area is due to be opened fifty years from now on 09 November 2073 when today’s primary students will be able to look back at their childhoods.
Households are ready to move into the 51 one, two and three-bedroom homes in a high energy efficiency block in Hillside, Stonebridge, named after community champion, Revd Roy Smith. Families moved into the street of 22 four-bedroom townhouses in Milton Avenue over the summer and were visited by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.