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

29
4.07 Rating

Rating (based on 271 reviews)

Excellent

29.15%

Very Good

52.03%

Average

13.65%

Disappointing

4.06%

Very Poor

1.11%

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Distillery Tower

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The design of the building is stark; what makes it is its prime location and breathtaking views. It has a 24/7 concierge team who are really great people. The area it falls short is with its relations between managing agent PPM and leaseholders, which can be quite strained.

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

Originally the area lacked varied entertainment, but much change has taken place since the Distillery was developed by Galliard Homes. There is now an abundance of bars and restaurant, and the new Seager Gallery.

What is the best feature of your home:

Terrific views, wide hallway, in a great building, full of interesting and energetic people.

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Facilities
3
Design
5
Location
4
Value
3
Management
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Developing area, close to the tube station

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The build quality compared to the cost of living is low, many new builds now offer better value for money. I also had leaks, sewage and infestation problems , the first I reported the leakage issue, the management advised to wait for the issue to deepen in order to claim insurance. In terms of facilities we have parking which is useful and a concierge for getting your packages. The key fob system doesn’t work because it keeps breaking all the time, the playground is quite open and it is becoming more public now, you don’t know who is part of the development, which makes the premises more open to crimes and vandalism.

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

It is a developing area, close to the tube station, only 5 minutes away, the nearest station is on the Jubilee line and the DLR, in terms of grocery shopping and nightlife, we have Co-op nearby and it is more of a community area.

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

I wish I knew about the noise around here. Sometime at 9 am you can’t sleep because of the constructions.

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

The service is getting better. We now have a gmail group, google groups, where we mainly raise building management issues. Most of the stuff have been resolved through emails.

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Facilities
3
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
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Up and coming area, with excellent transport links

In terms of facilities, the concierge is very useful, there is an area for children of all ages with a playground, the development is very well kept generally and there aren’t any major issues in there. My flat is comfortable, open plan with a lovely kitchen.

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

Very good transport links, it is quite up and coming area, a lot of investment running, in terms of shops we have butcher shop right around the corner and Co-op near the station

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

I wish I knew about the properties that have been built around, they blocked my view

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

I haven’t had any concerns and haven’t really raised any issues but I believe they are running the development fairly well.

4
Facilities
4
Design
4
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3
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4
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Well located development with 24 hour concierge

It’s got good parking space and the park nearby is cool. The development is spacious and feels safe. My flat is warm and feels homely. The only downside is that it’s on the mezzanine floor so it’s not particularly private in terms of people being able to see in. It came furnished to a very high standard. I was very impressed with the appliances; it has everything, even down to the kitchen utensils.

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

It’s close to Canning Town station which is on a few underground lines. There is also a bus stop right outside the development which is also handy, although I do prefer to walk.
I am able to shop around, for supermarkets near by. There Arne two many bats and restaurant not far away

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

There is nothing so far that has come as a surprise to me about the development.

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

For the price of the flat, I don’t think it necessarily needs anything else.

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Facilities
4
Design
4
Location
5
Value
5
Management
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