News & Insight


6th Aug: Evening Standard Homes & Property ‘Buying a house or flat in inner London Zones 1-3: why record numbers of home buyers are heading back to the capital's central zones’

One West Point and North Kensington Gate are featured in a piece by London’s Evening Standard on the rising popularity of living in Zones 1 to 3, with Zone 2 regeneration featuring as a major influencing factor.
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30th July: Capital West London ‘Demolition progress at Old Oak’

Capital West London looks at the progress being made at Old Oak Common for the delivery of HS2 as they meet an important milestone on site.
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5th July: PrimeResi ‘Sales success for City & Docklands in midtown’

Our sales success at recently complete Halsey House, a boutique development comprising 13 homes on Red Lion Square, is reported in PrimeResi demonstrating that the Prime Central London residential market is still active for the right property in the right location. Red Lion Square is located in the heart of Holborn and steeped in history with excellent transport links connecting residents to the rest of the city.
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1st July: PrimeResi ‘Hidden Scandi-style mews houses with ‘invisible kerb appeal’’

PrimeResi has written a feature piece on Manor Mews – our two beautifully designed mews houses in the City & Docklands portfolio, located on the infamous Abbey Road in St. John’s Wood.

The feature highlights the ‘invisible kerb appeal’ of the homes as one of their standout USP’s, together with their Nordic style and central focus built around a beautiful courtyard garden.
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19th June: City & Docklands are proud to support Liv AWOL SPOK’D U23 women’s cycling team.

Over the last two weeks the team has been riding in the Tour Series – a criterium of 7 races held in town centres around the country.
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7th June: The Times Bricks & Mortar ‘Open spaces and light: the mews house is reborn’

Manor Mews by City & Docklands is featured in the Times Bricks & Mortar on the rise in popularity of mew homes in London.
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29th May: EGi & Estates Gazette ‘City & Docklands makes flexible office debut’ with the launch of The Barbon Buildings

The Barbon Buildings, flexible office space on Red Lion Square in Holborn.
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3rd May: The Times Bricks & Mortar ‘Halsey House: People are saying that they can’t wait forever’

Almost all the apartments in the Halsey House development in Bloomsbury were sold within six months.
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15th April: Evening Standard Homes & Property ‘New homes in the centre of London: buy into Holborn’s best address and live among the legal eagles and free thinkers in WC1’

WC1’ In the conservation area of Red Lion Square, Halsey House is a listed building refurbished into 13 apartments, with prices from £1.1 million.
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26th March: Evening Standard Homes & Property ‘Best London areas to buy a home: on the Crossrail route with high street regeneration is where you'll profit in a sluggish property market’

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14th March: Evening Standard ‘London's biggest regeneration project: Spring Statement reveals £250 million cash injection for Old Oak Common scheme’

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25th January 2019: Ealing In London ‘One West Point breaks ground in North Acton signalling the beginning of construction for the delivery of 578 homes’

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January 2019: Savills research

In their latest UK Build to Rent Market Update, Savills names One West Point as one of the key PRS schemes being delivered in London now.
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