About Galliard Homes

Galliard Homes is a residential property developer based in Loughton, Essex which operates across London and the Home Counties. The developer’s mission is to ‘build market-leading homes in locations ready for regeneration’, and it prides itself on being ‘a family business run with family values’. Galliard Homes is the largest, privately owned residential property developer in London.

Galliard Homes developments

HomeViews lists a number of Galliard Homes developments in multiple London locations – from Canary Wharf’s upmarket 35 Indescon Square to Holloway’s Drayton Park Apartments (right next to Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club). Look out for new-build Galliard properties that are labelled as ‘In Construction’, too. The City’s The Stage is an example. Due to complete in 2021, this development will offer a host of leisure facilities and is less than a five-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station.

Galliard Homes reviews

It is a very good development with sufficient facilities such as reception and cleaning services. It is in a good location, in the vicinity of Canary Wharf but also have convenient nearby local stores such as Tesco and Subway. The security also seems good, with entrance hobs and CCTV in the lifts. Overall a good development to live in.” – verified resident of 35 Indescon Square

You can read HomeViews’ reviews of Galliard Homes properties by clicking on the developments in the list below. If you can’t find a Galliard Homes development on HomeViews, we’d recommend reading reviews of other developments to gain an understanding of residents’ experiences in similar properties. You can also submit a new Galliard Homes listing here.

Number of Developments

30

Ratings

4.08 Rating

Rating (based on 294 reviews)

Excellent

30.61%

Very Good

50.68%

Average

13.27%

Disappointing

3.74%

Very Poor

1.70%

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Good location, great furnishing but lack of opening windows might be a problem for some

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Design
5
Location
4
Value

Having previously functioned as the HQ for American Airlines, Trinity Square is a relatively new development that was an office to apartments conversion. The building has an atrium indoors and as a result apartments either face the outside or the inside of the atrium. Access is via a fob with two rotating doors on the front, facing Staines Road and one wide sliding door at the back that is a service entrance. Underground parking is available with permits.

I live in a Studio apartment within the block and was impressed with the furnishings – high spec flooring, toilet fixtures, kitchen – with inbuilt fridge, dishwasher and electric hob. The apartment, though small is perfectly portioned into living and sleeping areas with an inbuilt wardrobe separating both. The only negative with the fixtures is the lack of windows that open, so some people might feel claustrophobic. However, with strong extractor fans and air conditioning, this isn’t much of a problem.

The development has a day concierge who attends for about 12 hours in a day – taking care of deliveries and parking access. One aspect that you’ll be surprised of is the amount of walking involved from the building entrance to your apartment – including multiple doors, and two pairs of lifts that may not always work.

The Atrium has a great space with couches and artificial trees where you may entertain guests who you don’t want to take up to the apartments i.e. for a short while for eg.

The block is best for its proximity to the bus stops, Hounslow central tube station and the Hounslow high street though, which is why I rented the place. It is also quite close to a couple of schools, nurseries and the SS Martin and Michael RC Church.

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Like – access to the bus stops, tube station, convenience stores – Aldi, Tesco, Home Bargains, Quality Foods, Iceland. Close to the new Hounslow council building and library too.

Dislike – area can get quite busy on weekends and having some one with a car pick up and drop you off around the area can be quite difficult.

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5
Location
4
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Really great location but would not recommend this residence

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Design
5
Location
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Value
1
Management

Although the apartment is good quality and is well-designed, spacious and not noisy, I really cannot recommend living at Trident Point. The building is managed so poorly by Y&Y management – they don’t respond to issues such as the lift frequently breaking down. This is a real issue for elderly people and families with small children and Y&Y blame this issue on the lift company rather than take g responsibility for it themselves- they even asked us residents to pay for the lift repair. I have lived here since the building was brand new and it is clear to me that the company ran over budget when building the residence and so rushed the finishing touches, resulting in poor quality and many problems within the building. It seems that Y&Y are mainly interested in making as much money as possible without doing due diligence and taking responsibility for the problems within the building. Another issue is the terrible stench from the bin room, which is located between the car park and the first floor of apartments. The smell is particularly bad during the summer and many residents leave their bin bags strewn on the floor and there has been no action to resolve this problem. Further to this, there is a problem with teenagers smoking weed in the car park which is intimidating and unsettling for all residents but especially mothers with children.

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I really like the area – the connections to central London via the metropolitan line are excellent.

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I wish I had known that the construction if the building had was rushed at the end, which resulted in poor quality and many issues within the building. I also wish I had known how the poor design of the building would affect day to day life here.

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Design
5
Location
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Convenient, comfortable and good food

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Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
Management

Transport here is really good, were a short walk from colindale station on the northern line so we have really easy access to central london.
Shopping is great here, there are absolutely loads of shops to visit for basically anything you need.
parking issues are not great here, there is no guest parking but more importantly we were sold the apartment on the idea that we had a parking space with the ability to charge an electric car but when we arrived we found out there are actually no electric spaces here so we were lied to essentially.
Another thing we were lied to about was delivery, first we were told two years ago that we could move into our flat in the coming January, a year later we still hadn’t moved… we had to wait until earlier this year to move in which is hard as we now have a newborn.
Loads of things have broken here, and they break very often but the problem is that we can’t fix them ourselves, we have to call building management to fix it every time and although they’re quick, they clearly don’t fix things properly as they continue to have to come back.

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The bin storage isnt emptied often so it stinks and there are loads of flies around which is disgusti g.
i think its very convenient, there are loads of shops, morrisons, a chinese food market, mcdonalds, kfc and loads of clothimg shops to go to.

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We were promised the electric charging point for our car that does not exist, we were t9ld that our flat would have a lot of things that it didnt actually come with when we moved in actually such as a breakfast table.

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Facilities
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Design
4
Location
4
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Not that nice

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Facilities
4
Design
2
Location
3
Value
4
Management

Actually the building where i live is new which is quite nice and the concierge service is a plus! Unfortunately I don’t feel safe at night walking from the station and i have witnessed some robbery episodes. The street where i live is on the main traffic road which make it so noisy and even sometimes difficult to sleep and can’t enjoy the balcony 🙁 it seems and up and coming area but not there yet. There are not markets, gyms or anything decent nearby. Good is the proximity to Royal Victoria.

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Dislike the lack of safety feeling walking around – even need to be careful with personal belongings

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How safety it is not and the lack of shops

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4
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