Lewisham lies just a few miles south-east of Central London. A borough given a little more than just a fresh coat of paint in recent years. In fact, this area has seen plenty in the way of renovation. Including, a transformation of the town centre and a brand-new riverside park. As such, it moved at lightning-speed into the ‘up-and-comer’ category a couple of years back. Then, in the blink of an eye, it became highly sought-after, courtesy of its affordable homes and fantastic transport links. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in Lewisham. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in Lewisham.
Lack of restaurants and coffees, good transportation but extremely noisy place. Supermarkets close by.
Please review your development:
A pet friendly building you have to pay £75 per pet. You are obligated to keep a terrible bike even if you don’t want it. A rent that increases with the market (not inflation) every 12 months. Good for the environment but the tenant pays for it. The flats are not bad, but they are extremely overpriced. The best here is the property managers, but they are behind a big corporation that instead of truly creating a community as they advertise, their profit goals makes people move in and out all the time.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
That I had to keep a bike I was not gonna use. They say you have to keep it in the storage room, but the bike takes the entire space, so if you do that you loose the storage you pay for. I never saw one person leave the building with these bikes.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Quickly. Every issue is already being sorted before I realise it’s happening.