London calling: Four property areas within the UK capital to watch in 2018
Major regeneration plans, significant transport upgrades and Brexit uncertainty mean that London’s property market continues to evolve at pace. And despite the current challenging environment, there are four pockets within the UK’s capital that have great potential for strong growth.
First is Tottenham, in North London. Haringey Council, the London borough authority that controls Tottenham, recently signed a development agreement at the end of 2017 with Lendlease for a £1 billion (€1.13 billion) regeneration project of High Road West, a major thoroughfare in the area.
The project is set to transform the district into a modern and desirable place to live and work. The plans include improved public spaces, community facilities and a new public square with shops and restaurants. The first phase of construction is set to start this year and is expected to take up to 15 years to fully complete. The council plans to deliver at least 2,500 new homes, of which 750 will