About A2Dominion

A2Dominion is a residential property group based in the UK, who own and manage over 32,000 homes across London and Southern England. Its property portfolio is diverse with a range of affordable, private and social rented homes, housing for older people alongside student, NHS and temporary accommodation.

A2Dominion developments

Deepak House, West Plaza, Keybridge House – Exchange Gardens, Green Man Lane Estate and Carlton House are all A2Dominion developments listed on HomeViews. These are mainly situated in Central and West London. One prominent development is West Plaza located next to the Staines Reservoirs on Town Lane in Ashford. Ashford station is the nearest Rail station being only a twelve-minute walk away.

A2Dominion reviews

“West Plaza is an attractive, gated development in the heart of Ashford, overlooking the open water of the Staines Reservoirs and the greenery that envelopes them. Despite its peaceful countryside credentials, the area is extremely well connected, so it’s easy to see why so many big businesses have set up camp here – Apple, Canon and Toshiba all have local HQs.” HomeViews Property Pro, West Plaza.

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Number of Developments

5

Ratings

3.71 Rating

Rating (based on 53 reviews)

Excellent

13.21%

Very Good

60.38%

Average

16.98%

Disappointing

3.77%

Very Poor

5.66%

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Modern building

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My boyfriend owns our flat and I moved in 2 years ago. He had previously rented in Angel but found it was much better value for money buying around here instead – he could get a 2 bed flat instead of a 1 bed and he now can walk to work.

The flat is really nice with a great layout. It feels modern and all the fixtures and fittings are done well with a great kitchen and balcony. Whenever friends come over people comment on how lovely it is. One thing I don’t like is that there is not much storage.

The lifts do break occasionally but we have an amazing on-site cleaner who is like a warden, she reports things immediately to A2 Dominion and they get sorted quite quickly by management, it does feel like we are being looked out for. We had an issue with security as the recycling room was left unlocked and homeless people were living in there and it felt unsafe.  Whilst we don’t have a concierge, they increased security for a while and got it sorted out.

The best standout features of the development are the amazing roof terraces, there are two and they are huge. They are really quiet, with lots of space and the most amazing views of the city. I definitely recommend going up there for sunset.

The residents don’t tend to mix much in terms of events though people speak when on the roof terrace, there is also a facebook group where residents discuss any issues.

I would definitely consider a new build again – I love the modern finish and the fact there are few issues with the flats as everything is new so no leaks. My colleagues have all been talking this week about the fact they haven’t slept in the heatwave, but our building is so well ventilated that it is warm in the winter but cool in the summer and we haven’t had that issue.

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I used to rent in Dalston and West London but find the connections here are so much better – it has halved my commute to work. There are not many things to do on your doorstep but I like the park and the canal.
There is a great coffee shop called Husk that has live music, poetry reading, creative nights and children events. We are also neat The Narrow which is Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant which is great for lunch and the Gandolf pub. Canary Wharf is a one mile walk away which has loads to offer.

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There is parking available at an extra cost and some people who have spaces rent them out if you want one.

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very happy

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5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
Management

City Wharf is a collection of canal-side apartments, located in one of London’s most creative districts close to Shoreditch, Old Street and the surrounding Islington area.

The outside of the buildings have wood and metal cladding and I love the views across London from the balcony where you can see the old and new residential towers changing the landscape.

I love the canal path which gives the area a more distinctive feel and the balconies overhanging the canal have a heavy solid feel like window boxes of flowers.

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We have chosen to rent here and I am very happy

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Silent serene luxury facility

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Facilities
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Design
5
Location
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Value
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Management

This property is a luxury serene peaceful block of flats. The community is safe and peaceful. There is a lovely balcony view for the flat, the wine cooler and stone top kitchen design is also very nice. Although the place is quiet and neighbours do not interact as much we do have the occassional party. Our roof top on Merchant Building is the highest and best in terms of view compared to the other two roof tops on the City Wharf compound. The building is smoothly run although at the moment we have a minor problem of our intercom being broken.

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This is a silent peceful facility with a lovely interior garden where you caneed come down and experience the outdoor feel while still being indoors. The community is very peaceful and safe. Neighbours do not interact as much because this is a private urban high rise but we do have the occassional party.

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The building forces you to use a smart meters based on credit which still charges you even when you go on vacation for example.

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Great interior design of flat with lovely luxury design but building management is terrible

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Location
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The design and interior facilities of the house or flat are great and all high class but the building management is terrible and seem to ignore our needs and requirements thinking we will not care as much because we are in shared ownership. Things get broken down all the time and repair is quite slow. But the people living here are nice and get on very well. We even have our own Facebook Group among residents.

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It is a great commuter area as far as access to transport, shops and restaurants. However, I wish there was a gym in the outside downstairs place for the building residents to use. Solicitors, shared ownership nice to have a fun

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There is not much I was not prepared for or did not know enough about. I think it is good value for money although I have not tried to sell it and don’t know as much.

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