About Taylor Wimpey

Part of Taylor Wimpey PLC

Taylor Wimpey was established in 2007, resulting from a merger between George Wimpey and Taylor Woodrow. Together, the companies offer almost 100 years of home building and construction experience. Today, Taylor Wimpey is one of the UK’s largest residential developers, building and selling some 10,000 homes each year. Read on for more information and verbatim Taylor Wimpey reviews from verified residents.

Developments

Taylor Wimpey developments listed on HomeViews include The City Mills, 800 new-build homes in Haggerton, and Chobham Manor, which (when complete) will offer 850 units in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Both schemes have been developed in partnership with L and Q. Also in-construction is The Edge, which has a central location in Brixton, close to Brixton Village and its Underground and National Rail stations. Meanwhile, those looking for a best-of-both-worlds setting should consider Eclipse, which is on the outskirts of Epping Forest in trendy Walthamstow. Next, Taylor Wimpey reviews from verified residents.

Taylor Wimpey Central London

Taylor Wimpey Central London is the boutique arm of Taylor Wimpey Plc responsible for luxury sites in the heart of the capital. From its offices in Soho, the Taylor Wimpey Central London team creates unique developments in prime locations. Reviews for these developments, such as The Denizen, EC1, are included within this page for the wider group.

Taylor Wimpey reviews

Location is great, near the canal and parks as well as amazing restaurants and bars.” – Anonymous, verified resident at The City Mills.

Click on the developments below to find out more and read Taylor Wimpey reviews from residents. Do you live in a Taylor Wimpey development? Leave a review here. If you can’t find a Taylor Wimpey development on HomeViews, you can submit a new listing here.

Number of Developments

78

Ratings

3.92 Rating

Rating (based on 789 reviews)

Excellent

30.04%

Very Good

46.01%

Average

18.76%

Disappointing

2.92%

Very Poor

2.28%

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Good Estate Needs Work

We were recommended to move to Waterside Park by an estate agent. We have always lived locally but we have a disabled member of our family and needed a home with specific adaptions. We moved into our house when it was brand new and we spoke directly with the developer to ensure everything met our needs. The house has a lift installed and the kitchen units and sinks have been lowered, we asked before moving in for the kitchen units to be made slightly higher and this was arranged. Whilst the kitchen is ridiculously small with the lift there is not much else they could have done on the configuration. The garden is also really small but is big enough.

We have had a few issues but the management company always sorts them out quickly and we think we get really good value for money for our rent. There is a problem with the windows as they always seem to jam but I don’t think we have actually reported it. We are allowed to paint and change the flooring as well as decorate how we want and we really love living in the house and development.

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Good location lots of shops local. Unfortunately people in the local neighbourhood reduce its attractiveness. Overall a nice neighbourhood and I like that there is a lot of nature in the area and wildlife.

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The park in the estate was destroyed years ago and there have been no efforts to reinstate the equipment.

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Lovely place to live in

We were looking for a place to buy in the Richmond area and there were lots of older buildings available when we became aware of Emerald Gardens. We visited the developments and found out there was a building being completed and told that we could move in by December which worked for our timings. There was a few weeks delay but we were in by the end of November and within the deadline promised. The sales lady I spoke with was really helpful and answered all my questions. I have some allergies and requested wooden flooring instead of carpets which they were able to sort out for me.

When we moved in there were a few minor issues but these were sorted out quickly. Some works have been done after the move, like cracks on the wall due to moving construction. We also had a problem with the connection between the door and floor as we had changed to wooden floors but they sorted this too.

The management company seems performing well so far, any issues raised – have been resolved. The concierge could improve their customer service – whilst the management look after the whole site well and keep it clean some of the staff need better people skills as can be rude.

The communal gardens are part of a walk through area with trees, fountains, benches and a rack for bikes. This area is well kept but the children’s play area needs better upkeep.

There are owners, tenants, council tenants and shared ownership living here. We have a parking space but council tenants do not have one and spare ones can be rented out. It is possible to reserve guest parking spaces in advance.

My flat is well built, the appliances are good and the there are big floor to ceiling windows and a nice balcony. The only thing they could have improved is the fact the doors don’t match very nicely and overall could be improved.

Overall the development is nice, especially lovely garden for residents. Lots of families with kids. Neighbours are good as well, nothing to complain about.

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Kew retail shopping mall is walking vicinity, tube is 10 min walking max, bus stop is 3 mins walking, and river side just behind the development. In Kew centre there is an M&S, Costa and lots of shops and then 5-10 minutes on the bus to a large Sainsburys. There are great restaurants and even a Michelin star one nearby so lots of options.
GP services should have been built two years ago, as promised on the leaflet, but nothing so far, works are slow and still awaiting for the final date.

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Service charge is higher than expected due to allocation of other flats and facilities.
The area is great for young families with lots of nursery options as well as Kew College is close by and meant to be good. There are two local swimming pools and Kew Gardens is so close so lots to do. The area isn’t great for teenagers as there is not many places for them to go out.

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Great apartment but could have better facilities

I love the en-suite in my place and the fact that the size is pretty good as it’s spacious. It’s got a lovely open plan kitchen and living room and a nice balcony attached. However I do find that people walk on the grass below my balcony which is annoying. I also wish that there were more plants around the development which were better maintained. It can also get quite dirty which is not pleasant. If there was another thing I would improve it would be that there would be plugs in the bathroom as there aren’t any. There is also plenty of parking below the apartment which is really convenient. I think that the bin shed is unnecessarily too big. Also it would be nicer to have a better presented sign of the building name on the apartment entrance.

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The tube West Ruislip is within walkable distance and there are good shops nearby. There’s also a golf course across road which is nice. There are nice bars to go to in the area but there aren’t many restaurants. Plenty greenery around too.

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

There’s nothing I wish I would have known before moving here

Are there any facilities you would like added, or that you have but do not use:

I think that the bin shed is unnecessarily too big. Also it would be nicer to have a better presented sign of the building name on the apartment entrance.

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4
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5
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Wonderful place for families in London

The design of North Greenwich rivals the best of London design and it has a Scandinavian feel to it, think Copenhagen 🙂 Literarily, as you step out of the North Greenwich tube station you’ll start to see the art installations, on the riverside but also on the mirroring walk to the river. In the words of one of our guests who came to visit us: ‘ it looks like this place is a competition in design! Each building or facility gets nicer and nicer to look at, as you walk!’ Soon the Design District will be built, and with Ravensbourne University of Design right opposite it, North Greenwich will become THE focus place for designers in London!
The facilities are stunning, the Tide bridge incredibly beautiful to walk on, the riverside has creative benches to rest and relax and there are even meditation spots along beautiful peaceful areas at the tap of button. The building management that manages our development is Rendall&Rittner and so far we are happy with them. They provide high quality customer service through their polite and helpful staff members, insights and reminders through their community newsletters, a parcel collection service, and their fees are reasonable. R&R also help us to connect to property management teams should any problems arise. We have appreciated their support in times of need, such as lift breaking down or car park door being blown away by the wind! Thank you.

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Really awesome location in London! Very close to the Thames river, and surrounded by natural beauty such as parks and the gorgeous Nature Reserve. Fabulous shops and restaurants practically on our doorstep or maximum 20 minutes walk away. Safe Bicycle lanes, but nowhere near enough car parking spaces. Super crowded schools and nurseries, we need more of those! Also a new GP practice would be highly beneficial, as well as a better quality gym within the development, accessible to all residents.

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I wish I had known about the fact that we don’t have access to a fob key to automatically open the doors to the car park…it’s inconvenient to get our bicycles out thorough the very heavy doors of our building. But hey, at least they are secure!

What is the best feature of your home:

I think the best feature is noise and heat insulation! This couldn’t be any better! We love the bricklaying, and the modern ventilation system is so innovative! Everything is high quality, from the floors to the stain resistant carpets to the door handles and shower facilities and all the taps! We also love the wooden finishes in the bathrooms, looks so cosy! Very well spaced throughout, and lovely balcony.

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Location
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