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Lambeth Property Investment Blog

Lambeth Property Investment Guide

Regeneration and gentrification are behind South London's most impressive transformation

Lambeth has roughly equal amounts of residential and office space so it’s a perfect place to live and work. Many companies are now attracted to the area due to the lower rentsthatLambeth offers while still being an inner city borough within easy reach of central London. Waterloo Station is also a massive transport hub and major artery to the south-west of England and Clapham Junction is the UK’s busiest train station proving Lambeth’s superior connectivity. Read More
Kensington and Chelsea Property Investment

Kensington & Chelsea Property Investment Guide

Small and beautiful Kensington & Chelsea

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the smallest borough in London at just 4.68 square miles. At the 2011 census, it had a population of 158,649 making it one of the most densely populated areas in the United Kingdom.

The borough is located to the west of Westminster and east of London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham containing many of the most expensive residential properties in London.... and the world. Read More
Elephant and Castle Property Investment

Elephant and Castle Property Investment Guide

£3bn of regeneration is creating London’s newest cluster of sky-high living

London is entering the age of the skyscraper and Southwark’s £3 billion regeneration is putting Elephant and Castle ahead of the herd with many new residential towers built, or being built there. Elephant and Castle were once on the outskirts of Zone 1, but as the tower buildings move outwards from The City, Central London is spreading further south, creating great yield potentials for investors. Read More
Tower Hamlets Property Investment

Tower Hamlets Property Investment Guide

A high-flying economy with high-earning tenants

Tower Hamlets includes much of London’s redeveloped Docklands area, together with the capital’s financial centre of Canary Wharf, which is home to some of London’s tallest buildings. One Canada Square, also known as Canary Wharf Tower, stands at an impressive 244 metres high, and is the second tallest habitable building in Britain. Read More
Elephant and Castle Property Investment

Elephant & Castle property no longer a white elephant for buy-to-let investors

When hearing the words “Elephant & Castle”, most Londoners immediately think of a run-down and ramshackle area dominated by a double roundabout of traffic turmoil and two large and loathsome estates – the Heygate and Aylesbury, both of which look, feel, and smell of decades of decay and neglect. Read More
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