Top 10 new build homes developments in West London

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Leafy, lovely and never lonely, living in West London is a ‘have your cake and eat it’ experience. You have great access to the delights of the big city lifestyle, but it’s easy to step outside the mad rush and enjoy things at your own pace. But where are the most exciting hotspots in this part of the capital? Let’s find out, as we list the 10 highest-rated new build homes developments in West London according to verified residents on HomeViews.

Top 10 new build homes developments in West London

If you’re not put off by the prices, then why not peruse our line-up of the 10 top-ranked new build homes developments in West London? These are the 10 new build developments that have attracted the highest overall scores from their residents. This is no easy task – there’s an awful lot of competition in this part of town, and people expect plenty of bang for their buck.

As with all our top-rated lists, we determine the rankings purely based on verified resident reviews. Since the people who live there know these new build developments best, we leave the scoring entirely up to them!

*PLEASE NOTE these rankings take into account how many reviews a scheme has and how recently those reviews have been submitted, so may not match the overall star ratings shown. Buildings with a larger number of more recent reviews are given a greater weighting to reflect current building performance.

1. be:here Hayes, UB3

be:here, Apo
4.66 (179 reviews) 4.66 (179 reviews)
Area guide to Hayes
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Top of the list, be:here Hayes is currently the best-ranked development in West London. This residential letting development in Hayes provides 119 one, two and three-bedroom apartments. There’s also a great mix of commercial units present, including restaurants, leisure amenities and even a music venue. Convenient s well as comfortable, be:here Hayes is close to Hayes & Harlington Station, as well as major roads such as the M4 and M25, as well as Heathrow Airport.

Read reviews and details of be:here Hayes, UB3

2. Charter Place, TW3

4.56 (141 reviews) 4.56 (141 reviews)
Area guide to Hounslow
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A Hounslow development takes the second spot on our list. Charter Place is an INSTRATA Lifestyle Residence, managed by Greystar. It features a collection of studios, one, two, and three-bedroom rental homes. Residents have access to an onsite gym, lounge, a private dining room, and co-working spaces. In addition, Charter Place is only a short walk away from Hounslow East Underground station.

Read reviews and details of Charter Place, TW3

3. Fizzy Hayes, UB3

Fizzy Living, Greystar
4.45 (219 reviews) 4.45 (219 reviews)
Area guide to Hayes
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It’s back to Hayes for number 3. Fizzy Hayes is a residential development of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, also managed by Greystar. It’s in the southern part of Hayes, right near Hayes & Harlinton Station, and just a short drive from London Heathrow Airport. Also, the development sits between two popular green spaces – Minet Country Park and Lake Farm Country Park.

Read reviews and details of Fizzy Hayes, UB3

4. Apo Kew Bridge, TW8

4.33 (53 reviews) 4.33 (53 reviews)
Area guide to Brentford
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In 4th, Apo Kew Bridge is a Build to Rent development in Brentford. It is located adjacent to Kew Bridge station and is a short walk to Gunnersbury Park and Kew Gardens. In addition, residents benefit from an onsite residents’ gym, ‘The Local,’ a residents lounge and a co-working space. The Local opens out onto one of the three private roof terraces. Apo Kew Bridge offers well-being studios and meeting rooms for private hire. As well as this, residents can enjoy free wi-fi and a deposit free option. Similarly, there is a resident host who is onsite 7 days a week.

Read reviews and details of Apo Kew Bridge, TW8

5. Gravity Co West Court, TW3

Gravity Co-Living
4.22 (19 reviews) 4.22 (19 reviews)
Area guide to Hounslow
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Hitting the middle of our list, Gravity Co-Living West Court is located just a short 5-minute walk to Hounslow Central tube station. The the property boasts 97 cleverly designed, fully furnished en-suite studios, each containing a double or king size ottoman bed, lots of hidden storage space, a small dining table with chairs and a compact kitchenette, complete with sink, fridge, convection hobs and microwave. On the ground floor, all Gravity residents have access to a communal lounge / co-working space, complete with a large flat screen TV, comfortable seating area, free pool table, co-working tables with ample power sockets and a newly fitted communal kitchen, complete with complimentary coffee.

Read reviews and details of Gravity Co West Court, TW3

6. Atrium Point, UB6

Sovereign Network Group
4.05 (96 reviews) 4.05 (96 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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In 6th, Atrium Point is a rental development by Network Homes, situated on Sudbury Hill (on the edge of Wembley) in the former ‘Kellogg Tower’ building, originally constructed as headquarters for IBM (and known as ‘The Big Blue’ in the 1960s). Residents love the open layouts of apartments here, and have plenty of good things to say about the helpful, friendly management team.

Read reviews and details of Atrium Point, UB6

7. Verdo Kew Bridge, TW8

EcoWorld London
3.86 (15 reviews) 3.86 (15 reviews)
Area guide to Brentford
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With only 15 reviews, Verdo Kew Bridge by EcoWorld is a relative newcomer to HomeViews, but it has made a very favourable first impression. It’s a residential development surrounded by parks, the tropical gardens of Kew and the River Thames. There’s collection of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments on offer. With the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Village and Chiswick close by – plus good rail and road connections, the location is very desirable.

Read reviews and details of Verdo Kew Bridge, TW8

8. Lyons Dock at Greenford Quay, UB6

3.86 (28 reviews) 3.86 (28 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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Taking up 8th position on our list is Lyons Dock at Greenford Quay, a development by Greystar. It has 251 brand new studio, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments to rent. Residents benefit from enviable amenities, including a gym, dining room, cinema, lounge, meeting rooms, children’s play area, and rooftop terrace.

Read reviews and details of Lyons Dock at Greenford Quay, UB6

9. Tillermans at Greenford Quay, UB6

3.82 (85 reviews) 3.82 (85 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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Tillermans at Greenford Quay is our 9th top-ranked listing, and is located in Ealing. This Build-to-Rent development has 379 residential units on offer and is placed conveniently between Greenford, Sudbury Hill and Sudbury Hill Harrow stations. These provide regular connections to the Piccadilly and Central Lines, not to mention Chiltern Railways and GWR services.

Read reviews and details of Tillermans at Greenford Quay, UB6

10. Homesgate Place, UB3

Barratt Homes
4.68 (12 reviews) 4.68 (12 reviews)
Area guide to Hayes
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Finally, in 10th place we have a Barratt Homes development, Homesgate Place, which comprises 183 residential dwellings with a range of one and two-bedroom apartments and studios alongside a mix of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom houses. The development is a 7-minute walk away from Barra Hall Park and a 19-minute walk away from Hayes & Harlington station.

Read reviews and details of Homesgate Place, UB3

Where is West London?

West London is the general term for the western sweep of the capital. This starts from Paddington and Chelsea near the centre, extending all the way out to Hayes and Uxbridge, near the M25. On the way, it includes the likes of Notting Hill, Hammersmith, Ealing, Brentford and Hounslow.

Why live in West London?

You can find plenty of variety in West London, in practically every metric of city living. Towards the centre, you’ll find the hyper-affluent areas of Chelsea and Kensington, which offer up many of the smartest and chic properties, shops and dining experiences in the capital. If you want things a little quirkier, look towards Notting Hill, where boutique stores and tucked-away restaurants are the order of the day.

Further west, Chiswick and Ealing offer outstanding retail opportunities, with their exceptional high streets. As for green spaces and great days out, there’s the always delightful Kew Botanical Gardens to enjoy. Not to mention the many outstanding parks – Gunnersbury Park, Holland Park, Osterley Park and House, and the unmissable Hyde Park are all located in West London.

What is HomeViews?

As well as the great access to green spaces, fitness is a major theme throughout West London. Over 100 health and fitness clubs operate across this part of London, alongside innumerable fitness groups organised over social media.

If you want more space and possibly more solitude, head out further west. Hayes and Uxbridge provide competitive rental rates and property prices, but still offer great access to central London.

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What are Transport Links like in West London?

West London is very well supported in terms of great transport links. Major A-roads such as the A40, A312 and A406 connect the different West London boroughs. Plus, the M4/A4 runs all the way from the M25 Orbital Motorway to central London.

This section of London also has excellent Underground connections, with 7 out of 11 major lines servicing the area. The Hammersmith & City Line is particularly useful in getting to and from the city centre. The District Line is also great for servicing popular commuter areas of West London.

What are West London property prices like?

West London is not cheap. This is where you’ll find some of the most desirable properties in the capital, along with big price tags.

At the time of writing (January 2024), Zoopla put the West London house price average at nearly £1.4 million. Admittedly, the more central parts of West London are dragging this average up, but it still paints a picture. Don’t expect much by way of cheap property deals.

Flats in West London averaged at almost £1,000,000 for this period too. Meanwhile, detached homes can easily run into several millions of pounds. Again, if you’re looking for more affordable London property, choose a different compass point. West London is still charging top-tier prices in early 2024, and this seems unlikely to change any time soon.

Hopefully, our roundup of the best new build developments in West London provides some useful insight into what’s on offer. If you want to widen your search, check out our dedicated area guide below.

West London

West London
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