The ever changing London skyline

January 25, 2018

With the need for over 63,000 London new homes per year it's not surprising London's skyline is forever changing. The list of new build London property developments seems endless: Chelsea Creek and Waterfront, Goodman's fields, Canada Water, Hill House, The Orchard Quarter, City Island, Royal Wharf, Royal arsenal in Woolwich, Quebec quarter, Brandon House, Cassia House, The Madison - 53 story tower over looking the Thames and O2, St Paul's Square, Nine Elms Point, One Blackfriars and Queens Hurst.

 

Although property prices, overall, are falling in London for the fourth month in a row and London property investors are becoming more difficult to find, the skyline is still riddled with cranes, lift shafts and hard-hatted construction teams trying to meet tight deadlines.

 

Our London property snagging team have inspected countless apartments in the greater London area so whether you're purchasing a studio flat, an affordable home, a buy to let, a help to buy, a share to buy, or investing in a penthouse over looking the Thames they all have one thing in common - snags. 

 

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