Greater London

Battersea's £8bn makeover

Two new Tube stations are coming to Battersea, as well as 4,000 homes and a new high street over the next 10 years.

The Zone 2 area that feels like an 18th century village

Highgate has a mix of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian houses, with some modern houses scattered around and some significant blocks of flats including the Art Deco Cholmeley Lodge. This leafy London village attracts a mix of locals, many of whom have turned to Highgate in search of more space for their money. VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE

Discover the vibrant hotspot on the city's doorstep

Famous for being where a small fictional bear from Peru was found, Paddington is perched on the edge of central London and despite a huge and ongoing regeneration scheme of apartments and offices, maintains a great sense of community. Best of all, it's easy to walk to work into the West End. VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE

A Zone 2 hotspot with solid homes and bags of character

Affectionately known as Stokey, Stoke Newington in north-east London inspires great loyalty, appealing to families and City types alike with its park, reservoirs, wealth of independent shops and historic "Magnificent Seven" cemetery, now a nature reserve. This Zone 2 spot has great links to the centre and solid Victorian housing stock. VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE.

Living in Fulham: everything you need to know

Large period homes make Fulham a favourite with well-heeled families, but smart new riverside flats offering a wealth of amenities in landscaped gardens, together with loft shells and new townhouses, are drawing a younger City crowd.

Property area guide: east London

Improving transport links in east London are enticing first-time buyers to seek out those few pockets of east London that are still affordable and offer an increasing number of new starter homes within easy reach of the centre.

Is this London's biggest transformation story?

The newly emerging neighbourhood of King’s Cross is rising phoenix-like from what were the old railway badlands behind King’s Cross station. It took some seriously good design to turn this grim place around and there's plenty more to come... READ FULL ARTICLE

Crossrail is sparking a revival in this commuter town

Maidenhead lies thirty miles west of central London. The natural beauty of the riverside walks, nearby villages and countryside make up for a town that's lost its spark for many of the London families who move here for better schools and bigger homes. But Crossrail is not the only exciting development on the horizon, the town-centre is getting an upgrade too....  VIEW OUR FULL ARTICLE HERE.