Shared Ownership in London
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Living affordably in London can be a challenge, as house prices have increased sharply over the past few decades. However, if you think that your budget can’t stretch to a home in London, then Shared Ownership is ideal for you. Join us on Saturday 18th September(10:30am - 5pm) at the London Home Show and come and say hello to our friendly team. See below for more details.
From Westminster Cathedral to Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral to the West End, there are so many amazing places to explore in London. Thousands of people commute to work in the two main financial districts, the City and Canary Wharf, and thousands of tourists flock to London each year to marvel at its stately homes, palaces and verdant parks. The city is proudly diverse, and this is evident in the incredible culture and amenities that Londoners enjoy.
A Shared Ownership home in London means that some of the most beautiful parks will be on your doorstep, including Kensington Gardens, Regent’s Park and Holland Park. You can spend your time at art galleries, open-air cinemas, museums and World Heritage sites, or indulge your green fingers at flower markets or any number of garden centres. Foodies are spoilt for choice as London has thousands of restaurant options, ranging from traditional greasy spoons and fish & chip shops to afternoon tea in five-star hotels and three Michelin star experiences.
Whether you’re already living in London, or you want to make the move and cut down on your commute, our Shared Ownership properties across the city make it possible for people from all walks of life to enjoy home ownership, without compromise.
Join us at The London Home Show, which is FREE to attend. It takes place on Saturday 18th September at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster, from 10:30am – 5pm. This is a ticket only event, so please REGISTER HERE if you wish to attend.
Drop by Stand 23 to meet our friendly team, ask us your Shared Ownership questions and pick up some free branded goodies.
One of London’s most recognisable landmarks, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, is located in Tower Hamlets, East London. Perfect for a family day out to take a tour and see the crown jewels, or simply as a fantastic backdrop to a weekend walk along the river Thames.
Regent Street is a famous shopping destination in London’s West End. Built in the 1800s, its gently curved street and white stone facades make it instantly recognisable. Londoners and tourists alike flock to Regent Street to shop for anything from clothes to perfume, toys to technology.
One of London’s most famous open spaces is Kew Gardens. The World Heritage Site boasts the world’s largest collection of living plants and is a fantastic place for a day out. Attractions at Kew include the treetop walkway, the Nash Conservatory, Palm House and Japanese Pagoda.
30 St Mary Axe, or the Gherkin as it’s more commonly known, is a striking skyscraper in the City of London. Built in London’s primary financial district in 2004, extensive development means that the Gherkin has been joined by other famous buildings including the ‘Walkie Talkie’ and ‘Cheesegrater’ on Fenchurch Street and Leadenhall Street.
Both small ‘express’ style supermarkets and large superstores are plentiful, as are independent shops, boutiques, and department stores. Every part of London has local greengrocers, butchers and markets and the city boasts an incredible array of restaurants. Keeping fit in London is easy thanks to open spaces, lidos and swimming ponds. There are also leisure centres and gyms in every borough. Take a look at some of the other amenities in London below:
London provides a vast range of educational options for all ages. From famous public schools like Harrow School to modern academies, there are so many choices for education in every London borough. As well as schools, London is home to some of the best UK universities, including the London School of Economics and Political Science, and University College London.
Transport for London, or TFL, runs most of the public transport options in the city, as well as the major roads. Londoners can get around using the impressive network of trains – including the tube, Overground, DLR and national rail. London buses are frequent across the city, and there are night bus and night tube options for late-night travel. International travel is possible via London’s airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, as well as on the Eurostar from St Pancras, or by road from Victoria coach station.
Every London borough provides a wide range of healthcare options, including dentists, GPs and hospitals for its residents. Both private and NHS care is widely available in the city. Some of London’s most famous hospitals include; St Thomas’ in Westminster, Great Ormond Street Hospital in Bloomsbury The Royal Brompton Hospital in Kensington and Chelsea, The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel (which is home to the London Air Ambulance)