About Telford Homes

Telford Homes is a London-based property developer that was established in 2000, specialising in mixed-use, residential-led schemes. Telford Homes builds communities where there’s a shortage of homes, with mixed tenures and a focus on sustainability.

Telford Homes developments

HomeViews lists a number of London developments by Telford Homes. Lots of these are in East London’s Stratford, and include Icona Point, Unex Tower and Stratford Central – centrally located high-rises close to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Westfield Stratford City and Stratford Station.

I am renting an apartment on the 18th floor which has high floor to ceilings (over 3m) which is very rare for a new build and gives an amazing sense of space. The concierge staff are all very helpful and friendly.” – Oli100, verified resident at Stratford Central

Telford Homes reviews

Really great development, there’s a residents gym, spacious rooftop, twentyfour hour concierge and underfloor heating. Our apartment is twin aspect with a spacious living area, lots of storage space and a nice balcony. The other residents are very friendly in the common spaces, and respectful with noise when on their balcony’s.” – Kate H, verified resident at The Vibe

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Number of Developments

23

Ratings

4.19 Rating

Rating (based on 202 reviews)

Excellent

34.65%

Very Good

51.49%

Average

10.89%

Disappointing

0.99%

Very Poor

1.98%

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Great value, great transport, the ultimate young professional / young family location

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Management

Great value apartment, well laid out with a decent specification especially for the purchase price. Customer service was excellent including the after care service from Telford Homes. The concierge team are brilliant as well, very friendly, bright, interesting people, creating a great impression for the development. Roof terrace in the summer is nice and under utilised. Transport links are unrivalled you can get ‘anywhere’ in 30 mins. The construction did not allow for greats acoustic insulation. Luckily all our neighbors were fairly understanding and kept steps light and noise down.

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Westfield on your doorstep as well as the more affordable Stratford Centre, which we used for our regular shop. There is still a lack of independent pubs and restaurants with atmosphere and quality food but when anywhere in central London is literally under 30 mins away it didn’t really matter. Olympic Park is great and maturing nicely, Hackney Wick and the bars and restaurants make for a great night, lunch or breakfast out. Area can be rough around the edges at time and very busy around the station but never had any direct issues. The high street is undergoing investment and transformation this coupled with new two traffic calming system will further benefit the local area. The area also has some amazing nursery, primary and secondary schools.

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Nothing, the flat did what it said in the tin, was great value and is likely to further benefit from the surrounding regeneration.

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Very hot. Very noisy.

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Ok. Let’s start with the good points: Great concierge, good gym and nice roof terrace.

However, the building is almost entirely glass and has no air conditioning except for the top few floors. This means that with the windows closed the temperature inside our flat quickly reaches over 35 degrees centigrade even on an autumn day. Of course, we could open the windows but the noise outside is simply unbearable. In particular the Jubilee line trains are very noisy and pass by non stop at a rate of 1 per minute. So you constantly face the choice of either sweltering in the heat or being bombarded with noise.

We also have problems with smoke smells inside our flat. Nobody has ever smoked in here, but the smell of cigarettes comes through from the neighbour’s flat. It appears to be coming through the bathroom wall.

If you are thinking of buying a flat here to rent out then fine. If you are thinking of buying to live in then I’d strongly advise that you don’t.

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If you are doing a viewing here then pay attention to the noise level and think about how much sun your flat will get. If it has a sunny aspect then you are going to roast.

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Decent development, not as luxurious as advertised

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Management

We are currently renting a three-bedroom apartment at Manhatten Plaza in the Delancey Building. The development is quite decent, the facilities are well maintained and the gym as well as the front desk are fully satisfying. However, the quality of the relatively new building seems to be cheap and not very sustainable. The lifts, walls and windows are of mediocre quality and not suitable for a development advertised as luxurious. We are satisfied as tenants, but would not be willing to buy an apartment as it seems that investments will be inevitable in the nearer future.

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Community location links are decent, especially if one works in Canary Wharf. However, the area lacks supermarkets, shops and flair. There are no pubs, bars or nice restaurants around.

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The area and its poor offers

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Good view

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Facilities
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Design
5
Location
5
Value
4
Management

The flat has been designed well and looks good but it is simple, it only contains the necessities and nothing more. Insulation of the flat is good, it stays warm in there. My neighbours are okay but we do have noisy kids around the building however security deal with this issues by asking residents to keep the noise down which is great. The area is very safe and so is the building with the fob access + friendly and trustworthy staff! The facilities in the surrounding areas are great as well, transport links are plentiful e.g Blackpool station is pretty close and there a good amounts of shops and schools.

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Like – Quiet area which makes it peaceful.
Dislike – Neighbours can be snobby which is annoying.

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We had to switch broadbands from talk talk to BT which was annoying as we didn’t know.

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