Welcome to HomeViews
Choosing a new home is one of the biggest decisions of our lives. What is it really like to live there?
The only people who actually know are the people who live there.
HomeViews collects verified resident reviews for new build homes across the UK, so you can make an informed decision.
Reviewing Vox, M15
The Perfect Home for a Couple wanting a slice of Social Life yet Fancy Living.
Reviewing Wensum Grange, NR21
Slowly but surely this house is becoming a wonderful home
Reviewing Royal Arsenal Riverside, SE18
A Pleasant Development with a Lot to Offer – Bring on Crossrail
Reviewing One Eighty Stratford High Street, E15
Great Location but not a show stopper
Reviewing Battersea Power Station, SW8
Living with an icon of London
Reviewing Regency Heights, NW10
My own City-life living, with a Country-type view
Reviewing Vida House, SE8
The building’s upkeep is fantastic
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HomeViews collects verified resident reviews for new build homes across the UK. Explore the best new homes developments across the UK, then click on the regions to see the developments and to see detailed reviews and ratings for Design, Management, Location, Value and Facilities for each.
Explore Greater London
Greater London is the name of the ceremonial county that covers the London region, excluding the City of London. With a population of over 8.9 million (2018), this 607 square mile area is split into 33 districts that stretch from Hillingdon in the west to Havering in the east, south as far as Croydon and […]
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Explore South East England View Region
South East England is the third-largest of the official regions of England by area, and has the highest population of all the regions.
Explore South West England View Region
South West England is the largest of the country’s nine official regions. It stretches from the Isles of Scilly at the south-westerly tip of the UK up through Cornwall and Devon to Gloucestershire and Wilshire at its easterly border. The largest cities in the region include Bristol, Bournemouth and Exeter.
Explore East Midlands View Region
Easy access to London and the national motorway network ensures the economic prosperity of the East Midlands, UK. A dedicated airport also serves to connect this central region to Europe and the world, with key cities Leicester and Nottingham also providing financial stimulus and good value options for housing.
Explore West Midlands View Region
West Midlands is the name of both a large region and a smaller county on the western side of central England. This guide covers the larger region, which stretches from Shropshire and Herefordshire in the west to Staffordshire and Warwickshire in the east.
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Explore East of England View Region
The East of England sits within the curved section of land protruding above the Thames Estuary, covering the home counties above London and stretching up to the border with the East Midlands.
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Explore North East England View Region
North East England is a region of contrasts. Wild, rugged landscapes dominate the north of this corner of England, while the south is more widely populated, with major cities and arable land. In the north of the region, Northumberland sits on the border with Scotland.
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Explore North West England View Region
North West England is one England’s nine official regions. It is made up of Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside. This corner of the UK is its third most-populated region, with Manchester and Liverpool its two principal cities.
Explore Scotland View Region
Boasting some of the highest scores for standards of living in the UK, Scotland is a country of extraordinary natural beauty. Add to that its friendly, cultured cities and a rich history stretching back for centuries, and you have a location that offers something for everyone.
A proud and beautiful country, Wales boasts the UK’s highest mountains and much of its most spectacular scenery. Most of the Welsh population live in the south of the country, with the Snowdonia National Park taking up much of the northern half of the country.
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Explore Yorkshire and the Humber View Region
Sitting directly north of the East Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber has a history strongly connected to the steel, coal and farming industries. Although still a major player in the UK’s energy industry, the region is still adjusting to the move towards cleaner fuels and cheap steel imports.
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