About Lendlease

Lendlease is a leading international property and infrastructure group. It has worked on a number of high profile developments – including the Athletes Village for the London 2012 Olympics and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. It inspires to ‘create places that leave a positive legacy with a focus on health and safety, customers, innovation and sustainability.’

Lendlease developments

HomeViews showcases a number of Lend Lease’s developments – from Southwark’s Elephant Park to Westfield Avenue’s Glasshouse Gardens, which is in close proximity to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Keep an eye out for the newly completely construction development, Cambium in South West London.

Lendlease reviews

“Elephant Park encompasses all the main factors I looked for in a long term investment in central London. Firstly, the price was affordable for a high specification project set amidst a generous layout of green spaces with well planned amenities for everyone, young and old. The interior space, of my 3-room flat, in particular is very well designed and comes equipped with superior quality appliances and fittings, to ensure better reliability and durability. The communal areas too enjoy a high level of maintenance and upkeep, and with the upcoming opening of the Central Shopping Street, Elephant Park will undoubtedly become a residential landmark in Central London .. Hooray!” – Anonymous, Verified Resident of Elephant Park

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Number of Developments

7

Ratings

4.44 Rating

Rating (based on 84 reviews)

Excellent

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Very Good

40.48%

Average

9.52%

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Plans to build with the community

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I was so impressed with the ethos of the Elephant Park developers and it is why I chose to move to South Gardens. Like so much of London communities are under seige from new developments and developers need to bring something new, support the community but also not lose the history of an area. I think it is right that these big developers who are making a lot of money out of the development are giving back and investing in community services. London does not need more of the haves and have nots living side by side but we need to create shared values and experiences.

I love that the developers have made a commitment to name all streets and buildings at Elephant Park based on suggestions from the local community. Examples on South Gardens include Bodley Way and Eider Street, which were both streets before the Heygate Estate went up and match very closely to the new streets that have now been built. The new buildings at Elephant Park have also been named based on community suggestions and the tallest building on South Gardens has been called Baldwin Point, after the famous herbalists on Walworth Road, G Baldwin & Co. Lendlease have also made a commitment to replace all trees that have to be uprooted by the works and plant more to increase the greener and green spaces being offered to the community.

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There are great local market and farmer markets, try east street market for buying all your fresh food

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A Sanctuary for the Mind and Body, Elephant Park is my Dream Home

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Elephant Park encompasses all the main factors I looked for in a long term investment in central London. Firstly, the price was affordable for a high specification project set amidst a generous layout of green spaces with well planned amenities for everyone, young and old. The interior space, of my 3-room flat, in particular is very well designed and comes equipped with superior quality appliances and fittings, to ensure better reliability and durability. The communal areas too enjoy a high level of maintenance and upkeep, and with the upcoming opening of the Central Shopping Street, Elephant Park will undoubtedly become a residential landmark in Central London .. Hooray!

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The estate is large, so one need to assess the distance to the E&C Underground station and be comfortable with that..

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Good service, amenities, location and design factor

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Management

When I moved to Elephant Park we were very surprised at how smooth and speedy the transition was. The concierge and handover team helped us move in the furniture and showed us around, and this was very smooth and pleasant, unlike in many other projects.

Also, as a cyclist, I appreciated the emphasis on bike racks, and the close proximity to central London by bicycle. The quality of the interiors was also very impressive, for this price point.

So all in all we are very happy with the amenities, the location and the design factor. Cannot wait to see the shops open up one by one, and a full community comes into place at Elephant Park.

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Maybe nearby food choices

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Beautiful

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Our buiding is beautiful and the developer has done a fantastic job with ensuring the design fits in with other buildings. The thing I love the most is the size of the windows, there is so much light coming into the flat. We are still in a bit of a no mans land of development – so much building works going on – and a lot of the promised landscaping hasn’t been completed. That being said there are amazing places right on your doorstep – check out Mercato Metropolitano for an amazing atmostphere, food and great place to hang out with friends. It is a 25 minute walk to the river – Borough Market, London Bridge.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in: Without the landscaping promised completed it is quite a grey concrete city in the immediate area and I feel I have to walk away from home to see some of the beauty of London

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Without the landscaping promised completed it is quite a grey concrete city in the immediate area and I feel I have to walk away from home to see some of the beauty of London

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