The London Legacy Development Corporation has given the house builder and its housing association partner L&Q reserved matters approvals for the first phase of 259 homes.
Andrew Harrington, spokesperson for Chobham Manor LLP, said: “We are delighted with the planning approval and are on course to start constructing the homes very soon.
“It’s exciting to think that the very first Chobham Manor residents will be moving in to their new homes next year – our dream is now becoming a reality.”
Chobham Manor will comprise up to 850 homes, and forms part of the Legacy Corporation’s Park-wide masterplan for five new neighbourhoods with up to 6,800 new homes to be built on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
All homes with private parking will be provided with electric vehicle charging points, extra on-street points will be found throughout the neighbourhood and smart meters will be installed within all homes to provide vital feedback to residents on their energy usage.
The homes at Chobham Manor will also be built to the latest standards of environmental sustainability, with selected properties achieving a zero-carbon rating.