Royal Dockside London Highlights
Luxury Apartments and Penthouses
1, 2, 3, and 4 Bedrooms
No Taxes for Foreigners
Special Enterprise Zone
£1.2 billion area transformation
3rd Financial District of London
High Quality Establishments
Royal Dockside Apartments
A fabulous collection of new apartments located in a burgeoning area of East London. This historic location steeped in nautical history benefits from excellent connections to many of London's key destinations. This area of London is attracting huge invest making Royal Dockside an ideal opportunity to capitalize on the robust growth in the London property market. A key part of this influx of investment is the introduction of Crossroads in 2018 which is expected to significantly boost capital values of nearby properties.
The creation of a nearby Asian Business Port is another example of why this part of London has become the focus of development within the metropolis. And Royal Dockside represents an early opportunity to be part of this with 76 private apartments this stunning river frontage development offers a diverse array of stylish homes. Come see the property development that is attracting buyers from Kuwait, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, China, and Russia as a leading investment in their property portfolios.
The living spaces provide ample room to enjoy the creature comforts that elevate menial tasks of life. Sleek contemporary bathrooms and fittings have been chosen to enhance everyday life. Spacious kitchen areas encourage gas enthusiasts to indulge their creativity. While those who prefer to relax and enjoy the generous private balconies which will allow the viewer to be master of all the survey. And with floor to ceiling glazing the Riverside views and panoramic skyline are available from the comfort of your sofa. A high quality specification shows a level of comfort whether entertaining or enjoying time to yourself. With cosmopolitan common areas and massive regeneration, both on the doorstep the world's financial center, this is an opportunity not to be missed.
A unique opportunity to invest, buy and prosper
As the project to transform the London Docklands begins and gathers strength from across the globe the Royal Docklands London development with its 70+ apartments and penthouses continue to shine as one of the best opportunities in the new financial zone. Well built, high quality living spaces that capture the light of the rising sun as well as the iconic London skyline are being offered an incredible introductory prices to nationals and foreigners alike. Now is the time to learn more.Parker O'Keefe - International Property Specialist - GXM Investments
Royal Dockside London News
London Fashion Weekend is scheduled for the weekend starting September 22nd. …read more
The number of newly built homes in the UK has increased 6% in the past year, according to the latest house building data from the government.
Some 139,030 new homes were completed in the year to June and have continued to build gradually over the last two years, according to the figures from the Department of Local Government and Communities.
The data also shows that more than 144,280 homes were started in the year to June 2016 but the figures are still below the current target of 220,000 that are needed to meet the housing crisis.
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid admitted that more needs to be done. ‘We’ve got the country building again with more new homes started and built than this time last year.
This is real progress but there is much more to do. That’s why we are going further and increasing our investment in house building to ensure many more people can benefit,’ he explained.
A breakdown of the figures show strong regional growth in London, Swindon and Wakefield, which are all experiencing high levels of completions. Delivery in London saw 24% more homes being built in the year to June 2016 than the previous year with local authorities in Greenwich …read more
Home buyers in London borrowed £5.5 billion in the second quarter of 2016, down 23% compared to the previous quarter and down 3% year on year, the latest data shows.
It was first time buyers who kept the market going in London, borrowing 10% more while those remortgaging borrowed less, the figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) shows. They also increased in Scotland and Wales.
Overall borrower took out 17,500 loans, down 17% on the previous quarter and 8% compared to the second quarter 2015 but first time buyers borrowed £3 billion, up 3% on the first quarter and 10% compared to the second quarter last year. This equated to 10,800 loans, up 3% quarter on quarter but down 1% year on year.
Home movers borrowed £2.5 billion, down 41% on quarter one this year and 14% compared to a year ago. This equated to 6,700 loans, down 37% quarter on quarter and 18% year on year.
The figures also show that remortgage activity totalled £4.3 billion, up 6% on the first quarter 2016 and 29% compared to a year ago. This came to 14,200 loans, up 5% quarter on quarter and 19% compared to a year ago.
‘First time buyers …read more