East London and Bromley-by-Bow Property Investment
Those individuals who choose to live and work in London are always on the lookout for the new trendy locations for the best of capital city living. One of those locations is in the Lower Lea Valley of East London from Stratford to Canary Wharf with Knight Frank reporting :
‘...has so much to offer new residents and investors ripe with development it boasts amazing value for money with significant cash injections, boosting the area''s profile across transport, education, culture, leisure and the environment.’
East London, Bromley-by-Bow
The East London location of Stratford had its growth begin with the Olympics and with its excellent transport services (Zones 1 & 2), education, culture and leisure infra-structure have had its local property prices increase over five years by 82%.
It is expected that property values for 2019 could see a 4% increase and a 13% growth in rental rates.
Stratford and Bromley-by-Bow have become popular locations for city workers, entrepreneurs that has helped to get prices to rise. Bromley-by-Bow is now the fastest growing location in the Tower Hamlets borough. The report finds that 72% of the ‘high status buyers’ are in Tower Hamlets. The wider area of the East London, including Stratford and Bromley-by-Bow, are expecting 50,000 new jobs, over 40,000 new homes to be constructed and an increase in population of 12.8% between 2019 and 2029. The developers for the new homes at Three Waters at the River Lea include Mount Anvil and Peabody.
More attractions expected to bring property demand include four new universities campuses, new employment opportunities by Revenue & Customs, BT Sport and Transport for London.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged £1.1 billion for a new cultural and educational hub, the East Bank, which will feature the BBC, London College of Fashion, Sadler’s Wells, English National Ballet and the V&A.
Knight Frank reports that the new developments will be:
‘Taking inspiration from the tranquil surroundings of the three conjoining waterways; Bow Creek, the River Lea and the Limehouse Cut, one, two and three bedroom apartments at Three Waters offer cityscapes with unrivalled headspace - a raised garden, roof terrace and generous private balconies offer views of The City, and with water surrounding the properties, you’ll enjoy triple the tranquillity.’
The Tube will be minutes from the new homes and will include a 24-hour concierge, private screening room and waterside café.
For more information: https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/commercial/for-sale/threewaters-bow-creek-london-e3/KRD181019