Category Archives for "London Zone 1 & 2"

Lewisham Property Investment Guide

The gateway to the city your key to attracting Canary Wharf professionals Lewisham is a district in south-east London that includes Deptford, Catford, New Cross, Blackheath and Forest Hill. Town centre Improvements that plan to create a metropolitan centre to rival Croydon Bromley are underway.

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Islington Property Investment Guide

A dynamic local economy with an increasing population This is a very promising district with a dynamic local economy, and a bright, enterprising, youthful population. Islington forms part of the central sub-region of London, along with the City of London, Southwark, Lambeth, Camden and Kensington  Chelsea. This is one of the most productive areas in […]

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What is the ripple effect in property?

Investment Education – How can you use it to benefit your property investment? The ripple effect is a phrase used to describe the rising wave of house prices outward from a central point of high activity. It usually references how changing prices in London spread outwards across the rest of the UK.

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Camden Property Investment Guide

A thriving London borough with a growing population and a strong economy The London Borough of Camden, with the famous Camden Town at its heart, covers just under 8.5 square miles and was formed from the amalgamation of the former boroughs of Hampstead, Holborn and St. Pancras. Neighbouring areas are the City of Westminster and […]

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Wandsworth Property Investment Guide

Central London’s largest regeneration area The Nine Elms area of Battersea is central London’s largest regeneration area. It is an underused industrial area which is being redeveloped on a huge scale. Over the next ten years, the Nine Elms project will bring an Olympic scale boost to Wandsworth.

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Wapping Property Investment Guide

From media fortress to desirable village Wapping is superbly located on the River Thames in London’s Zone 2. It offers walkable access to London’s main business hubs in the City, Canary Wharf and London Bridge as well as the cultural neighbourhoods of Shoreditch, Whitechapel, Bermondsey and the Southbank.

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