In recent years, factors such as the long-term identity of the area, quality of place and social infrastructure have become more important than ever to homebuyers and investors. Providing not only long-term investment benefits, buying into a regeneration scheme allows home owners to enjoy new housing, upgraded high streets, and improved transport links. From west London’s White City to east London’s Greenwich Peninsula, London’s landscape is being transformed.
White City Living
Set in west London, White City living by St James, part of the Berkeley Group, will bring over 2,300 new homes to the area. All homes are ideally placed within eight acres of park, formal gardens, private courtyard and water features, creating the perfect place to call home for those who enjoy the outdoors. Setting a new standard for life in the capital, White City Living brings together inspirational architecture and landscaping with exemplary facilities and amenities in a well-connected location. In addition, residents will enjoy access to an extensive range of world-class private facilities, including a state-of-the-art Home Club.
Alongside its privileged location to outstanding leisure facilities and amenities, White City Living is ideally located to enjoy the best the capital has to offer with its exceptional Zone 2 location in the heart of west London. Home owners will be just 1.5 miles from Hyde Park, while White City and Wood Lane underground stations are positioned less than a two-minute walk from the development’s entrance. Prices start from £798,000, for further information, please call 020 3733 7541 or visit www.berkeleygroup.co.uk
Clarendon in Hornsey, North London by renowned developer, St William, part of the Berkeley Group will bring more than 1,700 new homes, 100,000 sq ft of commercial space and five acres of new public realm. With a landscape-led vision and well-being fundamental to life at Clarendon, residents will enjoy a new park and numerous pocket squares on the doorstep, along with access to a range of exclusive resident facilities including a concierge, gym, residents’ lounge, swimming pool, spa and sauna.
With a collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments available, all homes are designed to perfectly complement modern life with generous living and dining spaces. Some apartments also enjoy dual aspect, allowing residents to enjoy picturesque views over the gardens and London’s cityscape. While being ideally surrounded by some of North London’s most attractive neighbourhoods, Clarendon is also set between four Zone 3 stations – Wood Green, Turnpike Lane, Hornsey and Alexandra Palace, providing home owners with quick and easy travel in to, and around, central London. Prices start from £449,000 and Help to Buy will be available on selected properties from summer 2020. For further information, please call 020 3797 0226 or email:[email protected]
Spanning 150 acres and wrapped in 1.6 miles of the River Thames, Greenwich Peninsula, South-East London is one of the largest urban regeneration scheme in Europe. Developer, Knight Dragon, is investing £8.4 billion over the next 15 years to create a thriving waterside district and a cultural centrepiece for London. Fast becoming the capital’s most boldly modern landscape, it will create 15,000 new homes, 13,000 new jobs and 7 diverse new neighbourhoods, alongside new shops, restaurants, event venues, a new school and an elevated cultural walkway – The Tide.
The latest of the seven neighbourhoods to complete is Upper Riverside, which introduces five striking new waterfront buildings to London’s iconic skyline. Together, the buildings offer homes with far-reaching river and city views, alongside a series of communal roof gardens, to create a new waterside social hub. Inside, the interiors of each of the five riverside towers have been conceived by different interior designers, including Sophie Ashby and Tom Dixon, bringing together the capital’s best talent to create private and social spaces each with their own distinctive character – offering a range of styles to suit all lifestyles and tastes among design lovers. Prices start from £450,000, for further information please call 020 3713 6153 or visit www.upperriverside.co.uk
The Brentford Project
In comparison to its higher-profile neighbours, Brentford has previously gone unnoticed, despite its desirable riverside location, proximity to major business hubs and its superb connections across the capital and beyond. Spanning 11.8 acres across the southern half of the town’s high street, developer Ballymore is revitalising the West London town centre with new retail, cultural, community and leisure spaces alongside 876 new homes and expansive new landscaped spaces. As a nod to the area’s industrial past, a series of characterful yards and lanes will reconnect the high street to the river, where there’s destined to be a new foodie hub with restaurants, cafés and pubs lining the waterfront. Extensions to the Thames path will also create new routes to walk by the water.
The first collection of homes comprises a range of studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments with open plan layouts and floor-to-ceiling glazing, and many with cantilevered terraces. From nearby Brentford train station, residents are also just 12 minutes from Clapham Junction and 24 minutes from Waterloo, while London Heathrow Airport is 15 minutes by road. Prices start from £369,500. Please visit www.thebrentfordproject.com for further information.
Acton Gardens is Countryside and L&Q’s flagship regeneration of the South Acton Estate in West London, delivering more than 3,400 new homes over 15 years. One, two and three-bedroom homes are available at three phases across Acton Gardens, which is one of the largest regeneration schemes in west London. With five Underground and Overground stations nearby, residents can reach central London in under 40 minutes. Prices start from £420,000 with Help to Buy London available. Call Countryside on 020 3918 7659 or visit www.actongardens.com
Delivered by Countryside and L&Q, Beam Park is a 3,000 home (with 50% affordable) regeneration scheme, transforming the derelict site of a former Ford manufacturing plant into a new and vibrant destination, across 29 hectares. Beam Park will also deliver extensive community facilities, including a proposed new railway station, medical centre, two schools, retail spaces, a gym, nursery, community facilities, a multi-faith space and two energy centres.
With 44% of the development being allocated for publicly accessible green space, which includes a three-hectare central park in the heart of the development with the River Beam running through it, makes this an ideal place to call home for those who enjoy the outdoors. Prices start from £275,000 for a one-bedroom apartment through to £535,000 for a four-bedroom house with London Help to Buy available. For further information, please call Countryside on 020 3733 1592 or visit www.beampark.com