The names of the five new neighbourhoods at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park have been revealed.
The new suburbs which will contain around 8,000 new homes are to be called Chobham Manor, Eastwick, Marshgate Wharf, Sweetwater and Pudding Mill.
Nearly 2,000 suggestions for the neighbourhoods were made to the Olympic Park Legacy Company in a competition earlier this year.
The suggestions had ranged from the likes of those chosen to the less serious Plastic Fantastic, Redgravia and Little Athens.
The winners were judged by a panel including representatives from Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest councils and the Museum of London.
The homes will include modern versions of London's traditional Georgian and Victorian squares and terraces, as well as riverside properties.
Up to 35% of them will be affordable housing, in-line with the Mayor of London's plan.
The park will open in phases to the public from 2013, with families moving into the first new homes in 2015.