Sovereign Network Group

Number of Developments

29

Ratings

3.78 Rating

Rating (based on 275 reviews)

Excellent

23.64%

Very Good

48.00%

Average

21.45%

Disappointing

4.73%

Very Poor

2.18%

We’re one of England’s leading providers of quality homes. We love to build and we take great pride in the homes we deliver and manage. We build homes for London Living Rent and Shared Ownership across London and Hertfordshire.

We operate commercially but our profits are reinvested back into building more affordable homes and providing a first-class service to our customers.

We provide homes with an impressive specification which, coupled with sustainable design features, means our homes are ideal for modern living. Because good homes make everything possible.

In October 2023 Network Homes merged with Sovereign to form SNG (Sovereign Network Group). SNG is one of the largest housing associations in the country with over 82,000 homes across London and the South of England. Our ambition is to build over 2,500 homes a year over the next decade and invest over £100million in our communities.

Sovereign Network Group developments

SNG has a variety of developments available in North West London on HomeViews. This includes Evolution in Southall, city living at Acton Works in Park Royal and Union Square in the heart of Perivale.  See some examples of their reviews here.

Sovereign Network Group reviews

You can read reviews of SNG developments by clicking on the properties in the list below. If you live in an SNG development, click here to leave your review. If you know of SNG properties that aren’t yet on HomeViews, you can submit a new listing here.

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Design is perfect and management is excellent

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Review Date Sep 2021

Need more quality furnitures as it tends to get worn off with age. As this property is purpose built for renting, I believe the furnitures should stay for long.
Design is perfect and management is excellent

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

The Property is excellent. Pub just 1min away, Bus stop just cross the road, train – 4mins walk and what’s more, lots of shops around. No anti-social behaviours around the premises, good security service 24×7

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

Not applicable

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

Response and the issue was sorted in 24hours as there was a heating issue.

5
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5
Design
5
Location
5
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5
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my review is about the daily needs of those living in the buildings.

When evaluating aspects like design, facilities, building management, and property management, several considerations come to mind.

Design plays a crucial role in the overall appeal and functionality of a property. A well-thought-out design should optimize space utilization, incorporate ergonomic elements, and promote a pleasing aesthetic. It should also consider sustainability and energy efficiency, integrating eco-friendly features and materials.

Facilities are essential for providing a comfortable and convenient environment for occupants. These may include amenities such as fitness centers, swimming pools, communal spaces, and parking facilities. The quality and maintenance of these amenities are vital in ensuring resident satisfaction.

Effective building management is vital for smooth operations. This includes efficient security systems, regular maintenance protocols, and timely repairs. A proactive approach to building management can help prevent issues and address concerns promptly, fostering a safe and pleasant living or working environment.

Property management involves overseeing the day-to-day operations of a property. This encompasses tasks such as rent collection, tenant communication, lease management, and property maintenance. A competent property management team ensures that residents’ needs are met, addressing any concerns promptly and maintaining the value of the property.

To excel in these areas, it is crucial to have a clear communication channel between the property management team, building management, and residents. Open lines of communication allow for effective problem-solving, efficient coordination, and a sense of community.

Overall, a well-designed property with excellent facilities, efficient building management, and competent property management can create a desirable living or working environment. These aspects are interconnected and require continuous attention to ensure resident satisfaction and the long-term success of the property.

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

there are a range of shops on Greenford road, and good transport with Sudbury hill station five minutes away. there are no anti-social behaviour in the area, bin collection is very often. the bad aspect about living hear is the traffic during rush hour.

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

how quite and peaceful the area is this is as most people in the community are much older people.

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

they have responded by taking care of the issue immediately and not leaving resident waiting for days for problems to be solved.

3
Facilities
4
Design
5
Location
3
Value
4
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I like the building I live in especially for its good location close to tube station, buses and stores in the area.

The development I am renting an apartment in is kind of newer block of flats with the long balcony outside. It is a very big building, with three or even four separate entrances. Each entrance requires a key with a chip so you could think it is safe. however, it is located in a heart of Brixton and there are a lot of homeless people trying to find a warmer spot inside the building, mostly during the winter. this is not a big issue for me though as each two apartments have separate entrance with locking doors. Apartments in the building are in alright size. I am currently living in three rooms apartment with sharing kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet. The apartment’s condition is not the best, but it is only agencie’s fault. I like the building I live in especially for its good location close to tube station, buses and stores in the area.

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

I like the location is close to all I need

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

I wish I’d known that the agency is the worst agency in London

4
Facilities
2
Design
5
Location
4
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1
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Great apartment in excellent area

Have lived here for the last 3 years. Have seen the area change a lot (for the better). Slade Gardens has become a fantastic park – outside gym is great and the swings etc used by the little one. The Crown & Anchor and the New Grosvenor pub have become firm favourites amongst friends. The walk to the tube is a breeze through the beautiful crescent. The building itself is well built (works to change the cladding are ongoing, but should be finished reasonably soon). The apartment is a great size, perfect for a small family, with 2 bathrooms and 2 large bedrooms. All the modcons (2 ovens, Siemens appliances). The balcony is a highlight – amazing uninterrupted views over the park and Londons landmarks confirms how central you are. Stockwell much maligned in the past but we continue to find it a wonderful place to live.

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Great pubs, and parks. Super central.

5
Facilities
5
Design
5
Location
5
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4
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Lots of Positives but much room for improvement.

The biggest problem is the infestation of silverfish in the building. There is clearly a deep rooted damp problem that needs to be resolved. Disgusting to find silverfish on kitchen counters and other very hygiene sensitive places. Management handle repairs very quickly which is good but the number of repairs required implies a rush job of installation in the first place. My studio apartment doesn’t have a balcony which is unfortunate because it’s the smallest of the building so could benefit from that feature especially as it’s on one of the upper floors. Furnishings were very satisfactory. I love the concierge and locker service – very convenient and the staff are friendly. The reception area is nice aesthetically too. Parking rates are too high. It would be nice to have some resident activities organised. We need a safer place to store bikes, out of view from the main road.

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Close to the tube station and gym which is amazing. Without a car, food shopping is hard. It close enough supermarket options. I like my view from my window. Shame about the front of the building (where a car park should be) being owned by someone else and the possibility of that being turned into another apartment block is very disheartening as it will ruin my view. The bins are ALWAYS a mess and the fire escape stairwell is never properly cleaned.

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

Before moving in I wish I had known there was an option to get a studio apartment with a balcony. I would have gone for that one.

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

I have raised the issue of silverfish on numerous occasions and nothing substantial has been done to rectify the problem longterm.

4
Facilities
3
Design
5
Location
3
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