Shared Ownership in Tower Hamlets, East London
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You might have thought that this London Borough was out of your price range, yet Shared Ownership can make a home in Tower Hamlets your new reality. Transport links and proximity to the City help you spend less time commuting, and more time exploring. 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.
The borough proudly boasts one of the most diverse populations in the country, and this is evident in the incredible culture and amenities that its residents enjoy.
A shared ownership apartment in Tower Hamlets means that some of London’s award-winning parks will be on your doorstep, including Victoria Park, Weaver’s Fields, and Poplar Recreation Ground. You can while away your weekends at city farms and art galleries, or indulge your green fingers at Columbia Road Flower Market. The restaurant scene in Tower Hamlets varies from traditional London greasy spoons and fish & chip shops to Michelin starred experiences – catering for all tastes and budgets.
Whether you’re already familiar with Tower Hamlets or you want to relocate to this vibrant borough, we can help. Our one and two-bed shared ownership properties in this area of East London make it possible for people from all walks of life to enjoy homeownership, 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 iconic landmarks, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, is located in Tower Hamlets. It’s perfect for a day out to see the crown jewels. And it acts as a stunning backdrop to a weekend walk along the river Thames and around your neighbourhood.
Close to Liverpool Street Station with national rail and underground links, Old Spitalfields Market is an eclectic mix of food, fashion and art. Enjoy a wander around the market stalls, or treat yourself in the more expensive boutiques lining the centuries-old market hall.
Tower Hamlets is proudly multicultural, and Brick Lane is a prime example of this. Famed for authentic curry restaurants, art exhibitions, and The Old Truman Brewery this street in East London is a great place to explore.
St Katherine Docks on the north bank of the Thames was once part of the Port of London and used as a commercial dock. The docks were closed in the 1960s and redeveloped into a popular housing and commercial area with pubs and restaurants overlooking the water.
There are plenty of local shops and supermarkets (both small local supermarkets and megastores with car parks). It’s also easy to keep active, with leisure centres in Wapping, Bethnal Green, Canary Wharf and the option to take up watersports at Shadwell Basin. Take a look at some of the other local amenities below:
Tower Hamlets is a family-friendly area, and the borough includes educational options for all ages – from nurseries up to universities. With over sixty primary schools, twenty secondary schools, and a range of specialist schools for children with additional needs, this is a great borough for young people of any age to excel.
Living in Tower Hamlets means you’ll be well connected to London and beyond. Residents can make use of lots of public transport options including buses, tube stations, the DLR, riverboat services and national rail with direct trains from London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport. There are also bicycle lanes and over 100 Santander Cycle docking stations in the borough for more sustainable travel.
There are plenty of GP surgeries and hospitals, including The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel which provides district general hospital services for Tower Hamlets residents, as well as accident and emergency. It is also where the London Air Ambulance is based. Many Pharmacists in the borough offer extended hours making it easy to pick up prescriptions after work.