Work is under way to build 27 homes on King Edwards Road.
Construction company Jerram Falkus has started work on the Kingsbridge project.
Approved by Barking and Dagenham Council cabinet in March 2016, the scheme includes houses and maisonettes for shared ownership.
Works also include site clearance, decontamination, demolition, drainage and infrastructure building.
Elsewhere in the borough, Jerram Falkus is building six bungalows for elderly residents on Burford Close in Dagenham.
Roger Lawson, senior business development manager at the company, told BOLD that “work is currently progressing well on site with a number of successful meetings with residents who live in close proximity to our works”.
“A robust strategy of resident liaison and ongoing communication is vital to the successful delivery of this and indeed all of our housing projects,” he added.
The City of London Corporation is about to buy Barking Power Station site in east London for around £125 million, according to Property Week.
A £25 million grant for Barking and Dagenham Council will help it support new housebuilding over the next four years.
Councillor Darren Rodwell, the leader of Barking and Dagenham Council, has welcomed the decision to approve the proposed Beam Park…