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Stevenage Property Investment Guide Blog

Stevenage Property Investment Guide

At just 25 minutes from London by train, Stevenage is the perfect commuter town

Stevenage is thriving right now. Set in the stunning Hertfordshire countryside the town has all the fundamentals buy-to-let investors are looking for. GlaxoSmithKline and MDBA are big employers in the area, so there’s plenty of demand for quality rentals from professional tenants who work in the well-paid research and development sector. Read More
Horley Property Investment

Horley Property Investment Guide

The perfect take-off for your investment 2 minutes to Gatwick Airport

Horley has two major purposes which make it a great investment. Primarily it supports the major international airport at Gatwick. It also benefits from being a commuter town with fast trains from Horley station reaching London Victoria in as little as 33 minutes. Read More
York Property Investment

Investing in Property in York combines best of both worlds

Investing in Property - York history and contemporary urban.

York is a historic English city with history stemming back to Roman times. The city has long been a trade hub, conveniently located in the heart of Yorkshire. York's local economy is thriving thanks to strong employment growth (set to grow at 4% more than the UK average by 2030) and tourism. An urban setting, York benefits from the close proximity to both of Yorkshire's national parks, truly providing the best of two worlds – city living a stone's throw from the glorious rolling greens of the Yorkshire landscape. Read More
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Hounslow Property Investment Guide

The London borough of Hounslow is one of the largest boroughs, and one of the most diverse.

It stretches from the bars and restaurants of Chiswick in the east, through the multicultural buzz of central Hounslow to the western boundary of Heathrow Airport. The population of the region is currently around 255,000 and has risen at around 19% over the last ten years. Statistics show that unemployment is currently falling throughout the borough. Bordered by the M4 Motorway to its north and the river Thames and A316 trunk road, to its south, it is a region of contrasts. Read More
Kidbrooke Off Plan Property

Kidbrooke – Complete Transformation with a bright future around the corner.

Kidbrooke, a regeneration success story.

Kidbrooke lies in London’s Royal Borough of Greenwich, a popular destination for residents and visitors alike, where people from all over the world come to enjoy historic locations such as the Royal Observatory, the Queen’s House and the National Maritime Museum.

Kidbrooke’s proximity to central London and its swift transport links make it a very desirable location for city workers and young professionals working in areas such as Bank and Canary Wharf. The massive regeneration of the area as well as big demand for property creates the perfect equation for price growth, and investors who put their money into Kidbrooke are very likely to see healthy returns as the area continues to improve over the next 15-20 years and beyond.That means Kidbrooke property investment is right for you if you're looking for a London regeneration area.
Over the past six years Kidbrooke has undergone a terrific transformation into a place that people are truly proud to call home. The desirability of Kidbrooke is skyrocketing thanks to an ambitious £1bn regeneration scheme that has seen the demolition of the old Ferrier Estate to make way for a vibrant and attractive village with a pleasant sense of community and environment.

  • Employment
  • Investment
  • Transport
  • Education
  • Shops & Leisure

Kidbrooke is very well located for city workers and young professionals employed in most of London’s major employment hubs such as Canary Wharf, Bank and London Bridge.
The increase in Kidbrooke’s desirability thanks to the major regeneration plans is having a direct effect on the socio-economic demographic of the area’s residents. This phenomenon is known as ‘urban gentrification’ and is a major factor on appreciation in property values. The Kidbrooke master plan itself has created over 2,500 construction jobs including 56 apprenticeships.

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