About Barratt London

Part of Barratt Developments PLC

Barratt London is part of Barratt Developments PLC. The first scheme launched in 1982 and, since then it has been responsible for hundreds of residential properties across the capital, spanning exclusive city penthouses to mixed-use regenerated communities. The company strives to offer quality homes by providing excellence in design, construction and customer service.

Barratt London developments

The company has constructed properties all over the capital, ranging from Trinity Square in North London’s up-and-coming Colindale suburb, right down to aptly-named The Sanctuary in the leafy Wimbledon area of South West London.

The development felt like home so quickly. Customer service has been second to none, the post sales team and site manager have been fantastic – this has added such value for us. We are so pleased with our decision to buy a new build!” – Katie L, resident at Barratt London’s Trinity Square

“Right overlooking the Welsh Harp, absolutely excellent. I’ve also become more cognisant as to how well designed it is for privacy, such as the balcony layout. The building management team are excellent, staffed by people who genuinely want to make sure that residents are happy and who really try their best for the residents. In addition, the after sales service was exemplary, really couldn’t fault it. I’d add, I’m delighted I live here and have thought that every day since I moved here.” – KS, verified resident at Hendon Waterside

“The development is excellent value for money (based on the service change) given that there’s a really good gym, concierge, the common areas are maintained to a good standard.” – Yoana, verified resident at Greenland Place

Reviews for Barratt London

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Number of Developments

40

Ratings

4.02 Rating

Rating (based on 931 reviews)

Excellent

32.55%

Very Good

50.38%

Average

12.78%

Disappointing

2.58%

Very Poor

1.72%

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The concierge team is lovely and very helpful.

The concierge team is lovely and very helpful. They work 24hours. We also got cctv which is good. There were a couple of incidents with people breaking into the parking area, though.
The buildings got a courtyard which is lovely, and I am also lucky t have a roof terrace.
I would say the facilities are all well-maintained. We got a yoga studio which I haven’t tried yet, and a gym which is quite basic but good. It is also really nice having shops in the development too, as they give some life to it.
The flat is also nice and the size is not bad. It was really good we could choose a lot of the things in the flat as we purchased while still getting built.
Overall I am really happy with the development.

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Transport could be improved. For example with the 199 it only comes every 10minutes and in the morning they tend not to stop if too full. It os a 15 minute walk to Canada Water what is alright. The tube is fine. We got the junilee line which is great.
I like the scenery of the area. It is really nice. We got shops and nice cafes around. I also feel it is quite safe although there have been few issues.

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I would say I knew everything before moving in here.

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Really like living here but parking is a problem

It was a family decision to move into St Andrews as we wanted a bigger place to stay and liked that there was an upstairs and a downstairs area as we rent a maisonette. We already knew the area as we had moved from only ten minutes away.

I like that there is also a great sense of community here because of the number of apartments on the site and we are friends with lots of our neighbours. There are many events that are organised by residents, and we have regular barbecues where across the main path across the estate, everyone comes together and donates food for us all to enjoy. It is a really nice community here.

When we moved in, there were only a few problems with small details in the flat like nails in the walls, but the management company came the same day to fix them. All in all, I am quite happy with them. We do have a concierge on the estate where we go to for all services, and they are good with deliveries and issuing any information to tenants. It is also nice to have a gym on the site, which is right next to the concierge office.

Our flat has a very modern design and we have a lovely balcony, which is the size of a box room. We make use of the space by having lots of plants and my dad even has a shed there, and we always sit together as a family on it. It is a nice area and as we have a flat on one of the top floors, we get a nice breeze.

However, the quality of the flat is not that great, especially in terms of insulation. It gets really cold in the winter as we have lots of windows in the apartment that are full length and we get a draft coming in. It was a huge hassle to find curtains for the long windows and we had to get them tailored specifically. Whereby in the summer, it gets really hot and we have to put on fans as we don’t have any air-con. We also hear a lot of loud music in the summer from all over the site as the walls are quite thin.

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I like that it’s quiet and isolated as well as how well located the development is for travel into Central London. I’m a University student and I really value the station that is nearby and the three different bus stops, which offer a variety of different routes. I think it’s great if you need to commute into Central London for work.

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Parking is a big problem – there are so many apartments but barely any parking spaces.

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5
Design
5
Location
4
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4
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Perfect home for disabled tenants

My apartment is a purpose build apartment for my disabled wife who benefits greatly from the wide doorways for her wheelchair and the bathroom has good facilities such as railings and open access. The grounds are looked after really well and the quality of the built was done with a lot of consideration.
I am a carpenter by trade and see that the decor and doors are really well designed.
I have never had any issues with security and as my whole block is made for disabled tenants, we get to really work together as a community,
In the past we have had muggings but has definitely calmed down recently.
Garden are looked after really well and i live on the back of the building so i get a lovely view of the communal garden.
It can be expensive for those not on social housing but very convenient.
Sky tv wasn’t working for a week and we had some issues with the water but other than that it is a perfect.
honestly, with my wife’s illness, this is the best home we could be in and I absolutely love it!

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I was brought up in the area and it has changed a lot. It has become more cosmopolitan and really become a transportation hub.

Cinema and bowling alley are just 5 mins away which is great for my grandchildren. Parks are wonderful and we are able to fish in the lake!

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I grew up in the area so i knew the area well and i loved the apartment

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5
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Quiet and Relaxed Atmosphere

I really love that this development is in a contained and secluded area, you hear less traffic noises and more silence! The river nearby is a huge bonus, it creates and a great spot for walks or runs and the actual development itself has many green areas which is great for kids and dogs. It provides a natural and social element to the residence. The actual house is great! We have underfloor heating which is efficient in the winter and double glazed windows to trap the heat, however they pose as an inconvenience in the summer as it gets very hot and we don’t have AC. We are given extra ventilation, but its not enough. When we first moved in, our thermostat didn’t work, the heating was constantly on although we set the room temperature to 18 degrees this meant our energy bills were very high, maintenance dealt with this issue quickly and professionally. The level of light entering the house depends on the position of your apartment, in my old flat (same development) we got a lot of light however in the one we get less. The windows overlook the greenery of the development. The actual development offers many facilities such as a large gym, a concierge and very trustworthy staff. It makes me feel better about living here. The area is safe and very well connected. Theres Greenwich station nearby, many bus links and living near supermarkets such as Waitrose make this residence more convenient.

There are no facilities I would like added, most of the facilities I need are very close or offered on this develop.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Like – The river is at a good distance which means I can go on walks and just relax.
Dislike – Nothing, its really a great place!

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

I really wish I knew about it sooner, its in a great location and a very safe area.

Are there any facilities you would like added, or that you have but do not use:

There are no facilities I would like added, most of the facilities I need are very close or offered on this develop.

4
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Design
5
Location
3
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