- Hits: 1983
Developed by Barratt Homes and completed in 2008 this Blackwall Way development consists of three towers: Elektron, Proton and Neutron.
Each tower houses studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, some of which provide lovely views of the River Thames.
In addition to a wonderfully appointed living space and grounds containing beautifully landscaped communal areas, residents in Blackwall Way are treated to a 24-hour concierge service, on hand to professionally handle any enquiries in a discreet and efficient manner, secured on-site parking and access to either of two health and fitness centres built into the development is perfect for clearing the head after a long day at work.
- Hits: 1866
The first residents to move into the Cascades Tower in the late 1980s watched as London’s Docklands changed out of all recognition. Today this development looks as striking as when it was first built.
One of the most iconic of London Docklands’ apartment buildings, Cascades Tower was designed by architect CZWG and completed in 1988 by developer Kentish Homes. It was the first private building to be completed on the Isle of Dogs as the regeneration of this previously run-down part of the capital took shape and the block remains an enduring landmark on the Docklands skyline. Today the Isle of Dogs is a thriving area with some of the world’s leading finance houses located at nearby Canary Wharf - also a major shopping destination and transport hub. The luxury apartment blocks that dot the skyline are now home to thousands of Londoners.
- Hits: 1643
Clyde Square, formerly known as Royal Quay, was developed by Regal Homes and consists of a series of historic canal-side warehouse buildings positioned on the Limehouse Cut, London’s oldest canal. Clyde Square is located on Dod Street, in the heart of East London.
The past meets modern day at this architecturally superior development - original structures are cleverly combined with modern elements to create a truly special residence.
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I don’t know about you, but I’ve always had a mistrust ‘thing’ about estate agents… and I’ve been working in this industry for over 10 years.
Sure, there’s some good people out there, people who always cut to the chase (in a good way), don’t waffle, tell you how the market really is and always return your calls and emails promptly. But, and it’s a big but, there are also agents out there who do the complete opposite – they revert to type – they revert to the generally held perception of estate agents.
When I set Proper Local up no one needed to tell me what the ethos should be, because for me it was obvious, and indeed natural: set up a company which just does the job properly, with no ego, no shiny suits, and only, and I really mean ONLY deal with a geographical area you actually know about.
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The £14.8 billion Crossrail project is currently Europe’s largest infrastructure project. Construction began in 2009 at Canary Wharf, and is now almost 75% complete. The new railway, which will be known as the Elizabeth line when services begin in next year and will be fully integrated with London’s existing transport network and will be operated by Transport for London.
The new state-of-the-art trains will carry an estimated 200 million passengers per year. will speed up journey times, increase central London’s rail capacity by 10% and bring an extra 1.5 million people to within 45 minutes of central London. Journeys from Reading in the west all the way Shenfield in the east, taking in 40 stations (10 new ones) and providing the first ever direct connection between all of London’s main employment centres and Heathrow airport.