Woolwich was tipped as one of London’s ‘up and coming’ neighbourhoods for a number of years. But it’s only recently been catapulted into the spotlight – namely thanks to the colossal Royal Arsenal Riverside development, and hotly anticipated in-construction properties such as Callis Yard and Trinity Walk. Read on to discover developments that are the best places to live in Woolwich. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in Woolwich.
The location of this estate is good as it is close to several different supermarkets, train station, DLR station and town center (10-15 minutes walk). So it is easy to find something to eat. On the another, it is a quite place as it is not near to the main road so that there is not much noise from the traffic.
One bad side is that the common area nearby is not that clean as people seems left some rubbish that makes lots of pigeon.
Please review your development:
The design of the flat(one bedroom) is general good. It is simple and easy for owner to place furnitures (say enough socket for TV and Internet route in the living room). The balcony is big enough with the big windows to make sure the flat get enough light in the day time. The only down side that was one of the cupboard in kitchen is not deep enough for 10.5′ large dish. (But it just needs one or two cm that will be perfect for those dishes)
Car parking and bicycle parking are provided with enough parking space especially for bicycle.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
You may need to get prepare if you don’t want to follow the design of the furniture location as the sockets location are based on suggested furniture position like TV and working branch.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
CS will help to arrange the time for the engineer to come to your flat to have a first investigation with a week. They will help to fix it if it is easy fix and will come back again if there is anything need further following up.