Areas To Invest
Battersea & Nine Elms
‘Knightsbridge on the Thames’ the Battersea & Nine Elms skyline features the Battersea Power Station and its four distinctive chimneys, visible from both land and water, making it one of London’s most famous landmarks. Battersea’s most famous attractions have been here for more than a century.
Central & West End
Central London is a global attraction and most inner part of London, featuring the incredible Buckingham Palace, which houses over 700 rooms, within a 5 minute walk from the palace through the leafy green park, you will find yourself in the area of ‘Mayfair’ which ranks London’s richest neighbourhoods as well as being one of the most exclusive location, Mayfair is home to some of the highest priced properties in the capital with featured developments such as the ‘Clarges’, Mayfair park residences and No.1 Grosvenor Square.
Southbank & City
Located south of the river, London’s Southbank attracts over 4.5 million visitors each year, all of which arrive to see the some of the most incredible landmarks including the London eye, The Shard and Oxo tower. Located within the centre is London’s busiest train station Waterloo.
Canary Wharf & Docklands
Canary Wharf is a key financial district and the home of many international businesses, including Barclays, Credit Suisse, HSBC, Morgan Stanley and J. P. Morgan. The area was once one of the busiest docks in the world.
West & South West City
One of the biggest regeneration areas in the Capital, West London features the incredible White City redevelopment, which is home to the famous BBC Television centre, the TVC as its known has recently been redeveloped into stunning residential apartments located across two buildings, the Helios and The Crescent. As well as the White City Living project developed by Berkeley Homes one of London’s best developers.