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. Enjoying some of the driest weather in the country, East England is also the lowest-lying land, with parts of The Fens more than two metres below sea level. Major towns and cities include Cambridge, Norwich, Bedford, Luton and Ipswich, while its constituent counties include Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Good location to walk into town.
A lot of anti-social behaviour and drugs on the boat roller path which I have witnessed on numerous occasions. I don’t feel safe walking back home on the path, especially when it’s dark.
There was a tramp found in one of the bin compartments here, the building and security need to be look after better for our safety.
Please review your development:
The design of the buildings is nice however the east quay is looking very tired and rundown now.
The games room, working space and dining room are great – we are lucky to have these and they are taken care of.
Property could be managed better. Water is constantly turned off and Wi-Fi can be down a lot of the time.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
Good insights – very close to town. Whoops, restaurants and supermarkets
Bad insights – area is dodgy, a lot of drugs and bad behaviour.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
We haven’t had any issues with our flat as of yet, however I have heard from a number of residents that the management is very poor in terms of responding to issues or problems and doesn’t make it their priority to sort the issues. When we moved in we asked for one of the mattresses to be removed as we have 1 of our own, this was never allowed apparently so we have 2 mattresses in 1 room. The management are not accommodating and will not go above and beyond to help with anything.