Tipi is a Build to Rent developer with properties in Wembley Park, North West London. Tipi staples include no fees or deposits, utilities and broadband included in the package, and 24-hour support. Selected Tipi developments are pet friendly, and all have underground parking available.

Living here has been such a wonderful experience for myself and my family. We love the service provided by Tipi. We’ve gotten so used to a concierge service, the free events put on for us and the occasional free tickets that we don’t know how we’ll come when we inevitably leave.” – Sam A, verified resident at Montana & Dakota

Tipi developments

There are three Tipi developments in Wembley Park – AltoLandsby and Montana & Dakota.

Landsby west by Tipi has been an excellent experience so far, with the facilities especially super helpful concierge has been a pleasure. Building management team is prompt in any issues and make sure that they are resolved well in time, with pet friendly and many activities available for kid this has been an excellent choice.” – Amber Srivastava, resident at Landsby

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Number of Developments

3
4.26 Rating

Rating (based on 37 reviews)

Excellent

45.95%

Very Good

40.54%

Average

10.81%

Disappointing

2.70%

Very Poor

0.00%

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High Hopes Unfulfilled

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We had high hopes moving to Landsby. Sadly, it’s much like any other rental situation in London, but without the walkable neighbourly feel of other parts of London closer in. It feels like living in a hotel most of the time. There is a massive construction site directly outside the balcony that is very loud all day during the week and on Saturdays. It’s an overall unpeaceful place to live, as it’s loud almost always save for weekday late nights. We were misled at the viewing stage about the construction, which we were told would start sometime next year, but it’s fully underway now, so beware. I realise most people who have a regular office style job won’t be bothered much by it, but if you freelance or work from home, it will be loud, the balcony will be unusable, and your flat will be stuffy.

Delivery folks will struggle to find you for reasons I cannot comprehend. The large balcony, while seemingly nice, is utterly useless since they’re constructed of perforated metal and slats without a roof on the top floor, so it’s just a torrent all over the balcony during any amount of precipitation. The inside of the flat is mostly nice. The bathtubs are weirdly narrow, so it’s hard to relax in the tub. It gets soooo hot in the flat — it’s currently about 16 outside, but it’s constantly 25 or 26 inside, and opening the windows is out of the question due to the extremely loud jackhammering that goes on below all day.

It was nice to not have to pay a huge deposit, although we did still have to pay £1000 since we don’t have UK residency over 3 years. The background check process was ridiculously unprofessionally done, and move in was hectic, with no one able to fully follow through with giving us details without me having to nag and call and email an absurd amount of times in the weeks leading up to the move. No one had our keys at the concierge at move-in either, and it took about 20 minutes for them to help us.

The staff is mostly wonderful at the concierge and the maintenance crew is helpful and honest. We have had 2 leaks from the ceiling so far (2 months in), and they are still not fully fixed (large hole cut in the kitchen ceiling still). Some of the front desk staff can be a little salty, but I get it, and it doesn’t bother me, but it does bother my partner.

If I could, I’d not have moved into Landsby. I hope it improves, but my expectations are very low. The london housing market is just the worst. I guess Tipi is one of the best worst option available. We might look at Greenford Quay in the future.

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Like: East transport to central London

Dislike: Loud, not a very interesting neighbourhood, feels like a hotel campus, flat so too hot even in cool weather, unusable balcony

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We did have to pay a deposit. I wish we’d known the construction was going to start while we live here. I would not have moved into Landsby had I known this. We were misled.

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A perfect place to live

Living in this area is wonderful, near the center and with all needs covered. supermecados, nhs, leisure facilities and especially rl large shopping center and the stadium of wembley. As for housing, it is worth living in buildings of last generation with common areas, gym and cinema, “. also the floors have perfect finishes and a very good size. furniture and kitchen appliances are the latest model. I highly recommend coming to live in the area of ​​Wembley Park, and with its phase in process this area in the future will be one of the best valued in London.

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I do not dislike anything, but if I have to say something it is a little high the previous one but when you have been living for a while it is worth it

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Like a university dorm for grads only much more expensive

A slightly surreal living experience compared to what I’m used to – just like being back at uni but so much more expensive… luckily I get to reclaim it all through work having been relocated.
It’s ok overall, the facilities are really good but the management can be quite rude at times

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

Close to work but wouldn’t choose to live out here

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How rude the management can be

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Simple, fair rental

Tipi has been by far the easiest company to rent from in my experience. From viewing to moving in took just 7 days with zero deposit. It is expensive for the area given its also zone 4, but comparatively in the form of quality, ease and facilities it’s well worth the cost. The free event tickets and breakfasts/dinners on occasion make it worthwhile in a more sociable rental experience. The only thing I’d change is the location, if we could have Tipi closer to central London I’d be the happiest tenant.

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The amenities around the area are fantastic, shopping and eateries are all great. Event days aren’t so great.

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That the gym was included in our rent. Was a pleasant surprise upon moving in.

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