Shared Ownership in East London
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If you enjoy the bustle of city living as well as peace and tranquillity, an affordable home in East London is for you. From quiet Wapping to trendy Shoreditch, East London has it all. Spend less time commuting and more time enjoying life with many transport links and proximity to the City and Canary Wharf. Shared ownership can make living in this vibrant metropolis a reality.
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From the artistic and alternative communities of Hackney and Shoreditch to riverside living with a skyscraper backdrop in Docklands, East London is such an exciting place to be.
There is so much to see and do, that you’ll hardly need to venture out to other parts of London. Take in the sights and smells of Brick Lane market, make the Thames path your new running route, and spend your weekends wandering around city farms or marvelling at the latest street art in Shoreditch.
The 2012 Olympics saw massive regeneration in East London with the development of the Olympic Park and Westfield shopping centre. Stratford is now a great place to shop, dine, go to the cinema and enjoy outside spaces including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Lee Valley BMX Circuit and nearby Victoria Park.
East London’s business district, Canary Wharf, is home to one of London’s most recognisable skyscrapers. One Canada Square, visible across much of Central London, is not only home to offices, but also to restaurants and bars, shops, theatre and nightlife.
Close to Liverpool Street Station, Hoxton and Shoreditch, Old Spitalfields Market is a vibrant mix of food stalls, restaurants, fashion and art. Enjoy a wander around the market stalls at the weekend, treat yourself in the more expensive boutiques, or join a Jack the Ripper tour nearby and learn about one of the East End’s darkest periods of history.
The Tower of London and Tower Bridge are iconic landmarks, making them impressive tourist attractions in East London. Treat the family to a tour and see the crown jewels, or simply enjoy this incredible backdrop to your weekend walk along the river Thames.
Make the most of everything from supermarkets to garden centres, Olympic size swimming pools to outdoor lidos. It’s easy to keep active, with leisure centres across East London and the option to take up watersports on the River Thames and River Lee. Take a look at some of the other local amenities in East London below:
The boroughs in East London have a wide variety of educational facilities for all ages – from nurseries and preparatory schools up to universities. With comprehensive, private and grammar schools as well as a range of specialist schools for children with additional needs, this is a great area for young people of any age to excel.
East Londoners benefit from lots of public transport links ranging from national rail, overground trains, tubes and the DLR to riverboat services. City Airport is in Newham, close to Canary Wharf, and the Stansted Express from London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport takes just 45 minutes. There are also dedicated bicycle lanes and hundreds of Santander Cycle docking stations for more sustainable travel across London.
There are plenty of GP surgeries, dentists and hospitals in East London, providing both private and NHS care. The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel provides accident and emergency and district general hospital services, as well as being the London Air Ambulance’s base. The East London NHS Foundation Trust is committed to providing the highest quality mental health and community care.