We have started to roll out our customer portal called My Brolly.
This allows you to report repairs, manage your payments, and raise a general query on top of other useful features.
You will be sent an email with your login details when we are ready to sign you up. Until you have this, unfortunately you won’t have access to My Brolly.
We hope to provide access to most customers within 2024.
We know that buying a home can be a confusing and stressful time, especially if you’re a first-time buyer, trying to save up as much as possible for a deposit while deciding what kind of home you can afford. You might find yourself feeling nervous about making the wrong decision, overwhelmed with all the choices, or just clueless as to where to even begin.
So why not join us on Saturday 14th May from 10am – 4pm for our Open Day Event at Leon House and learn more about the pros of buying a new home with Shared Ownership and how it might be a more affordable and flexible option than buying outright.
Please note that bookings are byappointment only, so register today to secure your place.
Don’t miss this opportunity as only the last few Shared Ownership apartments are available.
Saturday 14th May
10am – 4pm
233 High Street,
With a dedicated, 24 hour concierge who will arrange your post and deliveries, as well as 24/7 CCTV security, it’s hard to imagine feeling safer anywhere other than Leon House in the heart of South London.
Every aspect of each two bedroom apartment at Leon House is modern and clean with stunning features like oak flooring and specialist ceramics, and is available from just £105,625 for a 25% share. Compared to other modern developments, room sizes are generous which, together with high ceilings and large windows, gives wonderful light and space in your new home.
Hear what our customers have to say about Leon House:
“Once I came to view the flat, I immediately fell in love with it, and can easily visualise myself living here. The flat is newly decorated, and the location is brilliant for me. Very good transport links with easy and fast trains to central London.” Erika