St George is part of the Berkeley Group – one of Britain’s best-known property developers. The Berkeley Group operates across London, Birmingham and the South of England and it was founded in the 1970s. The Berkeley Group is made up of a number of companies – along with St George, there’s St Edward, St Joseph, St James and St William.

St George is committed to creating high-quality developments across London, and builds new apartments and penthouses with leisure and retail facilities.

St George developments

You can find out more about St George developments on HomeViews. St George developments listed on the site include sought-after riverfront properties like Imperial Wharf and St George Wharf – The Tower, and centrally located units in up-and-coming areas such as Coindale’s Beaufort Park.

The site is mostly pedestrianised, so it’s great for children. It’s a short walk to the river, past a supermarket, a couple of restaurants and a great pub. I love living here as the flats are high spec and come with high speed internet and airconditioning.” – Laura, verified resident at Imperial Wharf

St George reviews

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Number of Developments

16
4.07 Rating

Rating (based on 324 reviews)

Excellent

35.49%

Very Good

47.53%

Average

11.73%

Disappointing

3.40%

Very Poor

1.85%

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Great facilities and location, very poor construction timeline and communication from St George

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The building is in a great location with excellent facilities and building management team. However, one year on after moving in, the construction is still going on and residents need to wait say 10 minutes for the lift! The windows are automatically inactivated (hijacked!) very often and hence there is no ventilation or fresh air. The air-conditioning turns on and off automatically…

The building management from St George has been rather unsatisfactory. Utility bills are very opaque and proprietary, some of the infrastructure completion in the flats is simply shoddy and hurriedly done, due to which things don’t work including heating for example. Responses and actions from customer services is very slow and doesn’t always resolve the issues.

On the other hand, the front desk team is excellent, the facilities are great.

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

Plenty of local amenities, shops, groceries, restaurants, etc. Central location but still not crazily busy… Could do with some more bus services.

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

Make sure you know how your utility bills work and insist on St George not commandeering the lifts and your flat heating (which they can).

What is the best feature of your home:

Apart from what I’ve written above, things are great…

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Mice infestation

Verified Resident

I have told my landlord countless times I have found mice dropping around my property and heard them squeaking in the walls but nothing has been done and I am ignored. I am very worried for my child’s health and unless it is dealt with they will take over the whole estate.

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

No sense of community.

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Condensation problems in flat and mould issues after just 1 year in the property this is also ignored. Landlords not bothered to help.

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Management
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Convenient

Having lived here for numerous years I have found that this development is perfect to get in and out of the city quickly. Great location with all the right things near by – supermarkets, restaurants and transport. The concierge is always open and willing to help. One negative is that the lifts always break in my building. Being on a low floor it’s not too bad, however those any higher I can imagine this being a complete nightmare.

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

Great area, wide range of supermarkets and close to transport links in and out of London. Don’t think there are any dislikes.

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Lifts are very important, once they break it’s very irritating.

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Design
5
Location
3
Value
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Management
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Transport is a bit limited but the location is lovely

The district line is quite bad and not reliable but there is the overground so there’s still decent connections to central London. The views are lovely and I love being by the river and the restaurants although it can get loud at night but it is still a safe area.

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

I like the fact that it has easy access to nice restaurants and shops but I don’t like the major tubes nearby

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

There’s a police station nearby which is cool in addition to the great security

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4
Design
3
Location
4
Value
5
Management
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