About Comer Homes

Comer Homes is a property developer focused on residential and commercial schemes. Its developments are situated throughout the UK, including London, Hertfordshire, Dorset and the South East of England.

Comer Homes developments

HomeViews lists a number of Comer Homes developments. Tower Point is in the heart of Enfield town centre, and features a Virgin Active health and fitness club on the lower floor. The development is only 20 minutes’ from the City by train, with Enfield Chase and Bush Hill Park as the nearest stations.

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The building situated in the very centre of ENFIELD. Very close to park and shopping.” – Nisso, verified resident of Tower Point

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Number of Developments

5

Ratings

4.01 Rating

Rating (based on 41 reviews)

Excellent

34.15%

Very Good

41.46%

Average

14.63%

Disappointing

4.88%

Very Poor

4.88%

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The area is up and coming and becoming safer

River is very appealing, well maintained and built with safety in mind. For an example of maintenance, the lifts have been out of service before but were fixed very quickly – within a week. The design is great for example, the fire doors automatically shut and the fire alarms run on battery and on electricity so safety has been greatly considered. I also feel incredibly safe because of the onsite concierge and the several cameras at different entrances in addition to the fob and key system. The ground rent can only be changed once every 10 years which is great. Unfortunately the land next to the building was previously not very secure so some squatters using drugs moved in there however building management has responded well by blocking off the land and placing security there so the squatters have been driven out and the land has been overturned to prevent this happening again. I do like my view from the balcony as I have a view of the river. The area is upgrading and it is safer than it was as the royal arsenal development has provoked more interest in the area and so nice buildings are being built and more businessmen are moving in. The service charge is fairly expensive though very worth it because a lot of maintenance occurs such as litter picking and other work from the cleaners. Closer transport links would be ideal though.

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The area is really coming up and there are loads of developments which are making the area nicer and richer. It really is a worthwhile investment.

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Crossrail is coming ans so the area is rapidly developing so there are loads of new flats near the river leading up to the royal arsenal wherr there will be many great things such as a huge art centre, ballet school, restaurants and much more.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

The nearby could be used for something else/another building so that squatters and gypsies dont move in instead.

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Not how it looks, you will leave sooner than you think

It is disappointing that Mast Quay has potential but suffers from unbearable issues.
The street is extremely noisy and the windows don’t seal properly. Comer Group will not you replace the windows.
There is often bike thefts and break-ins and the conceriage are not often there nor do they stop the break inside (which is fair as the thieves are often armed) which has happened on several occasions. police do nothing either.
the developers are also doing building next door which is very loud and dusty and replacing the balconies which has taken over a year and the equipment is still on the balcony, making them largely unusable for children.
Finally and most importantly the neighbours are often unruly and that includes the children. they often throw trash outside their windows and the smell of weed is rampant. if you open your window you can not avoid smelling it. with windows closed you will hear the parties and drunken shouting.
we are moving out because of this behaviour.
The conceirage were nice but most have left. although they only cover one building out the three. and since they are only in 1 building I have seen on a number of occasions men just force the building main sliding door’s open without using a key card. so not super safe. I can also not comment on the number of times you smell weed in the building and lifts. speaking of lifts, you will be lucky if one for them works and in 1 year for 7 months total one lift kept breaking down and out of service.
to be honest it’s a bit of a ghetto mentality type of people (don’t care how they look, what they do or how it affects their neighbours) in saying that there are some lovely and considerate neighbours. we however can’t stand it and will be leaving

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public transport is great and getting to city airport Is a breeze. 2 good train lines to London,
dlr and elizabeth line so spoilt for choice. although you do hear the planes. Nice walk along the river during the day and not far from North Greenwich and o2. you also have the river boat.
can’t comment on schools, but they don’t look too promising.
given that however road transport is atrocious with roads getting blocked and cars honking particularly during rush hour. its near a roundabout that often gets stuck and you can hear people shouting and honking.
late at night you hear motorbikes in particular as well as high speed cars and often sirens.
the ferry is convenient to cross to the north as a foot passenger. on a vehicle it can add about an hour just to cross the river and is not convenient. Blackwall tunnel is a bit quicker at times bit also hectic. the road infrastructure is not at all adequate.
there are a few nice restaurants and possibly a few more in the pipeline.
mast Quay bin collection is terrible, the bin area reeks and trash is often all over the floor, and you can spot rats now and then. this is because bins are not collected often enough with trash piled high and on the ground.
you will often get youth loitering, criminals roaming and in many instances they are armed. one with a machete and a few times with knives. police do come when they are called, but it happens to often for them to do anything and there are too many routes for the criminals to escape. in saying that i haven’t personally been threatened but stories from neighbours that happened to them are insightful.
we will be moving out asap

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The building suffers from a sewage issue and the flat often smells like sewage.
I wish I knew that you couldn’t replace the windows without their permission and doing so means the whole building have to agree.
I wish I saw it during rush hour.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

The building management’s theme is “sorry we can’t do anything”.
they occasionally put up letters about the smell of weed but the smell and the smoking still happen. they put up messages about the trash and throwing things from the balconies but you will see trash often.
Comer Group are incompetent and portray its a nice place to live, yet its anything but. they are more focused on the new development and selling that than maintaining the current one. mind you despite little service you will pay the service fee.

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Great modern town center location with a few improvements needed.

The design of the building and apartments is nice though apartments are a little too small for my liking. One big improvement that needs to be made is the kitchen space. The kitchen is too minimalistic with very little counter space.
One thing i have had trouble with is Chancellor’s. Their agents aren’t ready to own up any responsibility when things go wrong. They just hop you from one agent to another with no solution whatsoever.
Other than the kitchen space and Chancellors letting agents, the property is nice, clean and habitable.

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The surroundings are great. There are a lot of options to shop, entertain and dine around. The area is well looked after and clean. I haven’t found any trouble so far in my tenancy with this area. Since this is the town center, parking is a kind of a challenge. But overall a nice surrounding.

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I wish I had known I was moving into an apartment that was a ‘commercial’ property. I had no idea what it meant until I figured out that the electricity meter cant be transferred on my name and no one took ownership of this issue. It is still not solved and I have been here more than a month

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Aleks and Lucian are great people. Chancellor’s not so much!

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Some issues with the plumbing and building management is not the best

The development has good views, 24 hr concierge, good transport links, spacious flats and is very good value for money. The flat is very safe and mainly the security is from the concierge. I like that the parking inside so makes it kind of private. Unfortunately there are no gyms on site and I wouldn’t really call the development really family as there are not really kids/green spaces.

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The building managment is really responsive and deal with issues raised really well and make sure the concerns of the residents are attended. For example, they didnt inform everyone about why there is an area boarded up in the development.

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The service charge is quite expensive for buyers and the he company that runs the place doesnt maintain the development all that well.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

I would change the plumbing as they did a really bad job initially and the development is quite old – buily in 2006.

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