Kidbrooke Village has all the ingredients to make a great investment opportunity – a world renowned and award-winning developer, a community in the making and an excellent location. And best of all? We know it's a winner!
It's very easy when talking about Salford to focus on the Salford Quays, there are so many fundamentals here and for anyone that has been to Manchester the Quays restoration and regeneration is an amazing success.
London Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10
Commuter towns of London have really come of age. The push to have more and more people working from home, the availability of fast internet, video conferencing has seen demand being pushed to crazy levels. This, plus the price of London property has seen places like Sittingbourne in Kent become the future star performers in the race of the commuter towns.
A great investment in the heart of Manchester
Manchester is a pillar of the Northern powerhouse, and there’s a very simple reason for that: it’s fantastic economy. The city contributes some £54bn to the UK’s GVA each year, and was ranked the ninth strongest regional economy by property consultants JLL, beating major cities such as Barcelona, Edinburgh and Berlin.
If that wasn’t enough, it’s own GVA contribution of 2.5% exceeds the UK average of 2.3%, putting it firmly on the list of one of the UK’s top performing cities.
The city’s economy is set to expand even further with the addition of HS2 in 2033, reducing the travel time to London to 1h 7min. An estimated 180,000 new jobs will be created in the region by 2040 due to the increased business presence that HS2 is set to attract.
An enticing opportunity in Wolverhampton
£1bn worth of regeneration investment, great transport links to the rest of the UK and a growing local economy mean that Wolverhampton is a force to be reckoned with. It's all set to improve further as work gets underway and more residents are attracted to the city and all that it has to offer.
For property investors, the city offers a great opportunity to get in on the early stages of the growth it's sure to see.
A great investment in the heart of Manchester
Regeneration, excellent transport links and a thriving local economy are three ingredients to make the case for this property investment. This development ticks every box on an investors' wish list.
It's no secret to many investors that regeneration and the ripple effect are two aspects that can really help house prices grow substantially. The development is currently benefitting from both.
Billions of pounds have been invested in nearby Canada Water and Convoys Wharf, placing the development in the heart of an evolving area. In fact, the development itself itself offers over 11 acres of regeneration as the area is transformed by adding around 1,100 homes, shops and restaurants.
The development is around half an hour to Canary Wharf. Not only is this one of London's major employment hubs, but the area will soon be welcoming the Elizabeth Line as part of the Crossrail project. In combination with the three stations in close proximity to the development – Deptford, Surrey Quays and Canada Water – this means that residents will have access to some of the best transport links in the country, bringing the office and all that London has to offer much closer.
Investors in Wembley will be part of something huge
Urban regeneration has been proven time and again to boost property prices, and when that regeneration conspires with strong existing fundamentals the upward pressure on values is explosive. For investors in Wembley property, the future price growth (which has already outperformed similar areas) promises to be dynamite.
Stanmore is booming
Aspirational, affluent and booming, Stanmore has it all going on. Stanmore is one of the most exciting areas of London thanks to the many opportunities on offer. Stanmore is an affluent North London suburb, boasting some of the finest private schools around. For young professionals, the draw is the closeness to the office and easy access to London's nightlife and shopping. There's really something for everyone in Stanmore.
House prices may be well above national average, but when it comes to apartments, Stanmore is only £30,000 more expensive at £299,995 compared to the UK average of £269,751. Stanmore has seen incredible growth over the past few years and that's set to continue,
A great investment in the heart of London
What is a good investment? While that's certainly an open-ended question, many agree that a good location, amenities, growth, community are important. Luckily, this development, located in the heart of Elephant & Castle, ticks all those boxes.