Only a privileged few are lucky enough to call Central London home. This is one of the most famous cities in the world, so naturally, living in its heart doesn’t come cheap. With house prices falling largely into the multi-million pound bracket, residents here tend to be politicians, celebrities and those born into ready-made fortunes. Read on to discover the developments that are rated as the best places to live in Central London. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in Central London.
I live near this awful development and to cut costs this ‘developer’ is pile driving on a previously green field. 9 weeks of incessant pile driving – and that’s only phase 1. No thought for residents who are being driven to tears by 9 weeks of constant intrusive thumping- all
To save money. No consideration or care for either people or environment. Avoid this outfit. They will be in court soon I hear for the pile driving.
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Another bland and bleak concrete estate. No design or vision. Rack and stack sink estate. And they want you to part with £££ luxury home level money. Out to make to make a quick buck and will be long gone ploughing up another villages green fields and wrecking the environment. This company couldn’t care less about those people living nearby who, stuck at home in lockdown are forced to keep
Their windows shut due to the incessant pile driving that has been from 8am to 5pm for 9 weeks! I honestly don’t know how they are getting away with it!!! I hear that the council have sent a noise specialist to the site and these cost and corner-cutters will be up in court soon paying some hefty fines.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I am sharing this for others to read before they do move in.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
No – I am an owner of existing property and am one of many formally pursuing a complaint regarding this company.