Number of Developments

14

Ratings

4.00 Rating

Rating (based on 516 reviews)

Excellent

37.60%

Very Good

43.02%

Average

12.02%

Disappointing

4.26%

Very Poor

3.10%

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

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Best place to live!

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Verified Resident
Review Date Apr 2021

Great place to live with an outstanding 24/7 management,very clean and well maintained communal areas. Private residents only zones like parking,little park/square,salons and shop make it even more enjoyable,making sure residents have everything they need

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Spacious parking spaces,very easy bin disposal and beautiful and green residental area. All the shops and amenities a seconds away

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I wish I would know about this area and Beaufort park in general then I would come to live here ages ago

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Balcony floors could be covered as now it has nearly transparent floors and sides

5
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5
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5
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5
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Manager Response

Thank you for your valued feedback, particularly related to the available facilities and the area surrounding the development. We are delighted to read that you’re enjoying living at Beaufort Park. If you require any further assistance, please contact RMG on 0208 205 6555 or St George Customer Service on 0208 457 4242

Amazing river views, like living in a hotel

I have lived in some other London developments and this is the best by miles. The interiors, facilities and services from the concierge are more like a hotel, just without the room service. We are lucky to have fantastic views of the Thames; which we didn’t really focus on until we moved in, as we are only renting. Everyone who visits comments on what a great view it is.

I like the gym a lot too; it’s got good equipment and is kept clean and tidy and the instructors are very friendly and helpful. All in all we love the lifestyle that renting here affords us. The only negative I would mention is that in previous developments we have been able to rent storage space in the basement, and we could really do with that here  we have ended up using my daughter’s bathroom as storage space, which is a bit of a shame.

All in all though, it’s a fantastic rental option.

5
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5
Design
4
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4
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Disappointing, communication poorly managed and frequent problems with facilities

Aircon repeatedly fails in flats and facilities – residents not informed when not working in facilities and not fixed after months of complaining. Communication is poor from facilities and building management.

Incredibly loud creaking noise when windy making it unable to sleep at night.

Exec lounge is not exclusive to resident with local residents and businesses able to use it at the same price as residents – £50 an hour.. St George are able to use the lounge and I have frequently been told to move because they want to use it with no notice.

Concierge team are great and when facilities work they are also great however given how many times I have been let down, things still not fixed in facilities and flat after months plus the poor communication I would not recommend renting here.

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Aircon useless, communication poor, concierge good

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Facilities look good but poorly managed

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5
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Modern living which is great for young kids

We have been living in this beautiful development for a year and a bit. The layout of our flat is great for young kids, because the kitchen is open plan, which has been really good for us, and it’s very safe, as it’s a lateral apartment. The walls are very solid and so we have never heard our neighbours, and they tell me they have never heard my kids screaming, which is pretty amazing. The whole flat has air cooling and heating; which works well and comes on very quickly. Therefore, no radiators for toddlers to burn themselves on. Also, the windows are very safe for kids, only opening a few inches (as we live a few floors up) and the terrace door are big and solid and our toddlers can’t open these. Also, my husband travels sometimes, and I feel very safe here with my kids. As well as the security doors and porters, we also have a control panel which allows you to talk to the concierge, which is very comforting. You can also put the system on do not disturb when the babies are sleeping. The pool is amazing, especially during week days when it is usually empty, and you can bring in a swimming instructor for your kids, but the only downside is the tiling is lethal; really slippery when wet. A lot of families book the cinema room for their kids and their friends, especially for birthday parties. Ours are a bit young but surprisingly this facility gets fully booked really quickly, as you book a week in advance and people hover on the website to book the slot they want. In terms of the immediate surroundings, there is a nice little park on Chancellor’s Road with a little playground, literally a few minutes walk, and there is a brand new nursery there too. The pub below, the Blue Boat, does a good Sunday roast, and it has a family atmosphere on weekends. I’ve also met other mums in the development with young kids, which is nice, and the kids can run around outside in the fountains and on the pedestrianised walkways very safely, with the biggest danger being cyclists whizzing about. The new Tesco under the building is open until 10pm and has been super handy for me – saving us on many occasions for a nappy or milk run. Overall I would really recommend Fulham Reach – especially if you have young kids.

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4
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4
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Easy commute to uni, green, spacious and friendly area to live

Overall impression of the apartment was very good. The furnishings were as expected and design layout also as expected and used friendly and well thought out. Surfaces good quality and overall aesthetic of the flat great.

In terms of maintenance the maintenance has improved over the last years and development management seems far more efficient and responsive. In terms of managing rubbish there are internal chutes which are very useful and hygienic.the outer area is also well maintained and kept clean and well gardened.

Location quiet and family friendly with a park close by which is great for children and to relax in.

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Really enjoy living in this area. The outer appearance and layout of the buildings is really nice and spacious with lots of benches and well maintained trees.

The location is great and close to uni and tube access easy to walk to. The area is quiet, calm and peaceful but there is some noise from the main road for flats located more on the edges of the development.

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Nothing out of the ordinary and apartment layout as expected. However value for money has decreased over time.

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