About Barratt LondonPart 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
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