A cultural regeneration is expected across Stratford as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, unveils a brand new £1.1billion vision for its continued transformation to reflect the successes of London’s South Bank.1 His plans for the area include a new dance theatre, a University of the Arts London campus, and recording facilities for the BBC, bringing 2,500 new jobs to the area. House buyers looking to establish themselves early in a flourishing community that boasts a variety of exciting rewards should look to Bellway Homes’ vibrant new development, Legacy Wharf in Stratford, E15.
At the heart of the new planned cultural hub, Legacy Wharf residents will benefit from employment opportunities, world class venues, high speed public transport and parkland, as well as cultural amenities. The contemporary apartments, convenient transport links and appealing location combine to make a great purchase for prospective first-time buyers.
Each home is complete with open-plan living, kitchen and dining spaces, a contemporary bathroom and a spacious balcony, some enjoying riverside views overlooking the Bow Back River. Residents will also benefit from the communal courtyard, located in the centre of the development, where they can socialise and relax in an outside space just outside of their front door.
Emma Hamlett, Sales Director at Bellway Homes, comments: “For potential purchasers looking for a fresh start, Legacy Wharf is a great opportunity to invest in the revived area of Stratford. With properties at such attractive prices compared to similar sized properties in neighbouring areas in London, the homes here offer a great base for all that the capital has to offer. With many employment opportunities available, along with easy access to a variety of leisure and retail conveniences, it really has everything needed for buyers who are looking to take advantage of the regeneration of Pudding Lane and the Mayor’s new vision for the wider area.”
Retail lovers will be spoilt for choice in Stratford, home to the largest urban shopping centre and leisure destination in Europe. Only nine minutes away on the train, residents of Legacy Wharf can enjoy over 250 shops, 65 restaurants and a 17-screen, all-digital Vue Cinema. For leisure, less than a mile from Legacy Wharf, the London Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park seats 66,000, and offers a multi-use venue for music, sport and entertainment.
Thousands of new, diverse employment opportunities are available thanks to the regeneration of Stratford, which includes a variety of jobs at venues like the London Aquatics Centre for swimming, and the Lea Valley VeloPark for cycling. Jobs have also been created through the development of over 300 new retail and leisure outlets at Westfield Stratford City, and through the multiple uses at the London Stadium.
Ideal for commuters, Pudding Mill DLR station is the closest to Legacy Wharf – just a two-minute walk from home. The nearest central station is Stratford, an eight-minute drive from the development, with regular services to London stations every five minutes. Crossrail services are also due to stop at Stratford station from 2019, offering 12 trains per hour at peak times in both directions, and enhancing the current services on the tube, DLR, Overground and mainline. Major roads are easily accessible, including the A11, A12 and A13, and for domestic and international air travel, City Airport is only five miles away via the A12.
Prices at Legacy Wharf start from £382,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. For further information or to register your interest, please visit www.bellway.co.uk or call the sales team on 0203 092 9383.