Shared Ownership in Newham
Explore affordable Shared Ownership properties and developments in Newham.
This North East London borough, which underwent significant change as a result of the 2012 Olympics, is quickly gaining popularity among young professionals seeking chic flats, fantastic retail opportunities, and a quick commute. It’s the perfect location for those looking to live close to the hustle and bustle of London at an affordable price.
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Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre is a paradise for shopaholics with 280 shops and 70 restaurants spread across 2,000,000 square feet of space. Newham excels not just in dining and shopping, but also has a thriving cultural scene. The Theatre Royal Stratford East and the Stratford Circus Arts Centre are two fantastic places to see a variety of comedic, dance, theatrical, and musical events.
There’s plenty to explore in vibrant Newham. Some of our favourites include:
Located at Victoria Dock, ExCel London is an exhibition and international convention centre that has a jam-packed calendar of conferences and events all year long. The location of the venue puts it in the centre of London’s “events district,” where fantastic hotels, shops, pubs, and restaurants are all conveniently close to Canary Wharf, The O2, and the Olympic Park.
Sitting above London’s Royal Docks, the Emirates Air Line is a cable car that crosses the River Thames between the Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, providing stunning 360-degree views of London. The cable car is a great way to take in London’s views and be in line with the gorgeous skyline at a height of 90 meters. It’s a terrific experience for a family or group of friends as cabins can accommodate up to eight people.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit, which is 114.5 metres tall, allows you to first view London’s famed skyline through breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows before taking in the city’s highlights from the outside viewing walkway that is suspended 80 metres above the ground. Get a bird’s eye view of the London 2012 Olympic venues as you explore sights including Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the O2. For adrenaline junkies, the ArcelorMittal Orbit also provides visitors with the opportunity to slide down the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide or go 80m down UK’s highest freefall abseil.
Newham’s attraction lie not only in its vibrant cultural life but also in the excellent schools in the region and the swift public transport network.
Across the borough of Newham, parents can choose from a wide variety of primary and secondary schools for their children. With more than 97% of students achieving expected levels in English and math, St. Edward's Catholic Primary School, St. Helen's RC Primary School, and Keir Hardie Primary School are among the top options for young children. St. Bonaventure's RC School, Plashet School, and St. Angela's Ursuline School are some of the borough's top secondary schools.
The Hammersmith & City, District, and Jubilee Underground lines, as well as the DLR, are all operational in Newham, providing commuters with a hassle-free ride to the City, Canary Wharf, and other locations. Canary Wharf can be reached from West Ham in only 5 minutes. Along with the London Overground and National Rail services, the Emirates Air Line connects residents of North Greenwich to Emirates Royal Docks. Alternatively, London City Airport is also on the DLR for all your foreign travel requirements.
Barts Health NHS Trust serves the county well for healthcare. Hospitals under the Trust include Newham Hospital, Mile End Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Whipps Cross Hospital and The Royal London Hospital. Newham Hospital and Whipps Cross both have an accident and emergency department with excellent public transport links and outpatient services. St Bartholomew's Hospital does not have an A&E department but is a centre of excellence for cardiac and cancer care. The Royal London Hospital offers a full range of local and specialist services and is one of the largest children's hospitals in the UK.