Kidbrooke Village, SE3

Kidbrooke Village, SE3

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Berkeley Homes, Kidbrooke Village, SE3
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4.17
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4.19
Design
4.29
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3.90
Value
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A Berkeley development, Kidbrooke Village offers a selection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments. In addition, there are a selection of luxury freehold 4 bedroom Urban Houses. Located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, residents benefit from excellent connections into London via the close-by Kidbrooke Station.

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Fantastic potential let down by Berkeley Homes’ sometimes lacking design and quality control

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Review Date Aug 2020

Firstly, the concierge here are absolutely fantastic – the friendliest and most helpful people I’ve ever had working in a concierge service, I would give them six stars out of five!

There’s an on-site gym which is better than any on-site or paid gym I’ve ever been to. It’s absolutely huge for an on-site gym, with all the latest equipment – even some stuff you don’t get in some paid gyms. There’s a “sky lounge” and several communal areas in the building which are just a brilliant addition and very convenient to have.

The flat in general looks amazing and is wonderful to live in. There are a lot of fantastic things about it. Unfortunately, I’m not impressed by Berkeley Homes’ quality control. Within weeks of being the first to move into the flat we’ve had fixtures and fittings falling apart or failing with barely any use, snagging issues that weren’t fixed, one of the shower heads leaking and some of the light sensors are badly placed/calibrated. We’ve also had issues with the design of the balcony which I personally think has been badly thought through. We have internal walls and ceilings making creaking noises when there are very high speed winds outside which is something I’ve only ever experienced in extremely old buildings before, and it’s loud enough to keep you awake sometimes. Berkeley Homes don’t seem bothered about fixing anything quickly, if at all.

Another thing that makes me question Berkeley’s ability to properly think through their design is that they obviously had a deal in place with Hyperoptic as the flat has it built-in. However, Berkeley have put the Hyperoptic socket in a utility cupboard in the middle of the hallway and installed the router in there too – right next to the installed piping for where you put your dishwasher and more piping that leads to the ventilation system and the water/electricity/heat meters. And guess what routers hate – (a) being stuck in small spaces immediately surrounded by piping and walls that weaken signal strength and (b) they really hate being next to dishwashers because it interferes with their signal. So that just shows a lack of practical thinking on Berkeley’s part.

The flat and development also feel safe although as with everywhere you do get a few dodgy people around the area later at night and unfortunately some idiots in the parks doing drugs and leaving litter everywhere (but the majority of people are great). It is a very nice area and has a nice community feel to it but it’s definitely not a part of the country that you could take your safety for granted in.

The overall building has had several issues with it’s doors unfortunately although the building is always secure overall. The lifts are something else – one seems to break down every week and they’re constantly having to get someone to fix them (they’ve recently been saying it’s because the doors are held open and that breaks the lift, but if it was a well-built system that was intelligently thought out and integrated then it shouldn’t need a contractor call-out to be able to reset the door electronics just from being held open).

Property management (our private letting agent, not building management) are ok. Communication is bad sometimes and they haven’t seemed too bothered out the problems we’ve had or getting them fixed. Sometimes they arrange things without telling us.

For amenities within the development, there’s a decent-sized Sainsbury’s which is really great and convenient to have on your doorstep, the concierge also have a dry-cleaning service and there’s a really nice pub. I think I’ve seen a café and a couple of other restaurants on site elsewhere too but haven’t had a chance to check them out yet. The parks on our doorsteps are just fantastic and are home to some local infamous ducks and swans!

Lastly, I seriously question anyone who says bills are ok here – they’re simply not “ok”. You’re locked into a communal contract for the heating system with E.ON Heat and we literally pay more than double what we used to in both (a) individual flats or (b) communal systems we’ve lived in before. Our electricity bills are also 25-50% higher than one bed flats we’ve lived in before, which could be partly down to some of the badly calibrated light sensors in the flat wasting money, but also I suspect the extensive ventilation system (which, admittedly, is nice to have).

Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot to love about this property but for the prices you’ll pay to live here you don’t expect to have to put up with the little details being missed or messed up – you pay a premium so you expect not to get headaches from poor quality control, but with Berkeley Homes you’ll be rolling the dice as to whether you get a “good” flat or an excellent one even though both outcomes cost the same high London prices. For example, yeah the nice shiny kitchen cupboards are nice but when Berkeley scratch them whilst installing them and don’t do anything about it, what’s the point in paying for expensive materials? Hopefully long-term the people that live here along with the amazing concierge will help to build a fantastic friendly community that overcomes Berkeley’s lack of finesse.

Lastly, I wouldn’t recommend moving in here if you’re close to the on-going construction work until it’s finished – they’ve even taken to working noisily on the construction site on both Saturdays and Sundays recently, from 7am/8am.

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The development is pretty much in the middle of several village/town areas (Kidbrooke Parade, Lee, Eltham, Blackheath) which are all either a short walk or five minute road journey away, so you’ve got plenty of local shops to go to and Greenwich, Lewisham and the O2 are all within very easy commutes for better shops and busier places to go. The best part of the location though is the parks right on your doorstep and the rail station being a few minutes walk away. From the station you can quickly get to Blackheath, Lewisham and central London. There are also plenty of good bus routes around as well. I’ve heard rumours of more retail units or services coming within the development too, which are still being built at the moment.

My biggest concern about the area is that it’s going to become too overdeveloped (especially if Berkeley keep building more and more like they want to).

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

I wish I’d known Berkeley would decide to extend their construction working hours regardless of what local residents say or feel – if we’d known they’d start working from 7am some days including Saturdays and Sundays, we probably wouldn’t have moved in.

A heads up about Berkeley’s poor quality control and the high bills would have been nice too, so that at least we could have been prepared rather than facing a shock.

And I really recommend anyone thinking of buying a flat here scours all available resources to find out future building plans in the area because they’ve been applying to keep building up more areas here recently, which could affect your view from your potential new home.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Building management through the concierge have been fantastic so far. The property agent for the landlord on the other hand – well the jury is still out!

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Facilities
3
Design
4
Location
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Value
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Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review – we really appreciate the feedback. Can you please email us at KVInformationCentral@berkeleygroup.co.uk and we’ll look into this for you?

Ok but things need to change

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Review Date Jul 2021

The development is a nice place to live but the rules and regs of the management company are something to be desired, at the moment the restrictions out in place for the gym and pool facilities are not in line with every other gym and pool rules. The main problem I have with the rules are the parking rules in the underground car park in Wallace court, I don’t see why people don’t have an allocated parking space, if there are more spaces than cars that want to park there then I don’t see the problem that when you have an allocated space you can park there, people are taking liberties and letting other people into the car park that don’t live here and also there are people that have reserved spaces when they are not disabled, also the signage for Wallace court to help the delivery companies to find the correct door to deliver parcels to needs to be addressed, after speaking to various delivery drivers it far too complicated, and needs to be easier and clearer as you arrive perhaps on the road, they give up and take them to concierge which cause more work for then and also more agro for residence who have to then go and collect them from concierge

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Range of local shops is sparse and low, open spaces are beautiful, transport links are good, traffic noise is horrendous and the lack of speed cameras or speed humps on the main road that runs through kidbrooke village is Terri me and something needs to be done ASAP as motorists use the road as a race track 24 hours a day and it won’t be too long until there’s a major car accident

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Bad, the amount of rules a refs to abide to seems a bit over Re too when they are not respected by all residents, i.e. washing drying on balconies, the moving in pack states that smoking on balconies is prohibited to when there are various people smoking in their balconies and I report the issue to concierge I get told it’s not prohibited and it would be to much trouble to police, get it right on both sides or don’t bother

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Yes and no, yes = had problems with my windows and after waiting an extremely long time over the cold months it eventually got sorted out, No= had issues with the family above our apartment and ask them to stop their child from constantly running up and down all day while I was trying to work form home, which I got a rude and arrogant response, reported it to the management company to which I got no helpful response, now I have involved the council and eventually if it continues I will be taking legal action.

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3
Design
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Location
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Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review MR – we really appreciate the feedback.

The New Kidbrooke!

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Review Date Nov 2020

Birch House is a modern build fitted with state of the art kitchen and bathrooms overlooking Pegler square. It’s a 2 min walk away from the train station and is surrounded by parks and custom built leisure apparatus. Our building has a mezzanine office space and a sky lounge with fast wireless internet offering panoramic views of the river from the south-east bank. A full 24 hr concierge service is available and the staff are all friendly, professional and responsive towards the needs of their residents. In short the property is a self contained Mecca for young professionals within easy commuting distance to London and the southeast .

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The property is a 25 min walk to Blackheath & a 30 min walk to Greenwich. The property is particularly pleasant and practical in the summer months and the square is filled with local independent food and drink stalls which adds to the village feel of the Kidbrooke properties. There are supermarkets and a chemist just round the corner. It’s also extremely dog friendly and we have access to a variety of gyms.

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Overall I’m delighted with the flat and the community feel which is very welcoming and full of dog owners. It’s easy to get to know people. I wish I had known about more properties within the kidbrooke village umbrella of apartments , as mine is not as good value for the money as others I’ve now come to realise exist around me. Had the properties been better advertised I may have found something that had a balcony as well as catered for pets appropriate for one person. I wish I had known there were aspects of the flat that had not been finished before I moved in as communication with overseas landlord is sporadic at best and visits are often required to fix things such as ventilation, lighting that doesn’t switch off and radiators not working 7 months in despite several visits. I’ve had issues with the ‘flood check’.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

I’d like an open balcony and curtain rails should have been fitted.

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Design
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Location
4
Value
4
Management
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Thanks for your feedback FT and it’s great to hear that you feel at home! We also love the community atmosphere at Kidbrooke Village. Thanks for also sharing your lovely pictures!

Johnson court kidbrooke village

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Review Date Jul 2021

I’ll start with the bad, property management (rendall and rittner) are useless probably the worst i have dealt with. You can never get a response from them unless you threaten to withhold payment or legal action.
Facilities – gym is mediocre, poor offering of equipment and very expensive to maintain, i’d rather that space got converted into a 1 bed flat and let out with that money going towards service charge, pure gym across the road are fully equipt and provide great value for money @ £15 a month membership

Concierge is fantastic all be it now staring to get very expensive.

Design-they should have considered closed balconies to allow use in winter, or at least considered drainage on balconies, every time we want to clean our balcony we have to notify the people under us to move anything that could get damaged with water and is not always well received.
Community garden is not very well designed at johnson court, could be redone to remove the water feature (which always end up green and probably cost a fortune to maintain) and rather turf the area which could be enjoyed in the summer for relaxation or exercise.

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City point is great to live, except the recent building works that have started. Transport links are perfect but probably need more trains with the ever growing population on the development.
Plenty of open spaces which is great but need to have more intuitive apparatus to keep kids entertained as well as adults, eg beach volleyball courts, gymnastics equipments(pull up bars, swinging ropes etc)
Shops in blackheath/Greenwich are great not so much on the development, the oub is pretty rubbish and very basic, need a better/bigger brand as well as space.
Living on our street is great very quiet, only problem is that parking is terrible and needs to be looked into.

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

Service charges and do your research on the property manager

What is the best feature of your home:

The wide corridors and design of each phase. Attention to detail is also very good

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4
Design
5
Location
3
Value
1
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Thank you for your kind comments Azhar. Making Kidbrooke Village a great place for children and adults alike is a key aim for us, so we’re delighted that you think so too!

Kidbrooke Village is a hidden gem

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Review Date Oct 2018

I have lived in Kidbrooke Village since 2013. Back then the last of the old, ‘ferrier estate’ was being demolished. The transformation of the land, facilities and demographic has been astounding to say the least. Berkeley homes have promised a lot and so far, and have delivered. The build quality of the apartments are wonderful, a peaceful place to live and good connections via roads, rail and Uber/ Taxis. Lifestyle wise there is a lot of great open green space, newly landscaped areas – that have now been taken over by the London wildlife trust. Meaning there is a forever growing habitat for wildlife. Concierge service are excellent, with a 24hr security Gym, pool and Cinema facilities. The community is becoming ever more vibrant with Berkeley encouraging small businesses to engage with the local people. With the station and local square almost finished, I’m excited to watch the community grow further and for roots to be well and truly established amongst the people and businesses. 15 minute walk to Blackheath, and about 30 mins to Greenwich park. In my opinion the value of this property has been completely justified and continues to improve as the development grows near completion.

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With Kidbrooke square finishing, this should improve things like local supermarkets, small business, pubs and coffee shops. Currently – there is the basics of doctors surgery, dentist, local shop, a Sainsbury’s local and small independent cafe. All these are great and accessible but I think the new kidbrooke square will encourage more businesses to start trading. 15 minute walk to Blackheath Village.

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

Service charge and ground rent should be considered before buying in this area. Berkeley are working with residents to help with transparency – but this was something I wish I knew more about before I bought the property.

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Hi Luke – we love hearing that residents enjoy living at Kidbrooke Village, so thanks very much for writing a review.

Never want to move again!

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Review Date Nov 2020

Blackheath quarter is a great side to live, away from most of the building work. We love the communal garden and significant work goes into keeping these gardens in good condition. The Conceirge team are helpful, kind and a pleasure to deal with. We normally find communal areas very clean with the cleaners diligently doing their jobs to a high standard. We appreciate the fountain and swale have had issues this year and the communications updating us about the progress in fixing it – it’s a shame that took a long time. Window cleaning has been mixed with some results not great. The pool is lovely, sometimes a little cool but once swimming, it’s fine! Music in the pool would be a lovely additional touch.

Wildlife is amazing , especially the yearly signets!

The air conditioning in the gym seems a bit hit and miss which isn’t helpful when you’re doing cardio. But otherwise facilities good , always clean.

More parking for visitors would be helpful- it’s very minimal. Car park for residents is great but many of the disabled spaces are taken up by non disabled residents, they also never seem to get ticketed, nor do people who park in visitor spaces without permits- a little frustrating for those of us who stick to the rules.

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Kidbrooke village is a superb place to live. It is close to both Blackheath and Kidbrooke stations, both with great access to central London for commuting. Lovely walk to Greenwich not so far away. Sainsbury’s local is open at great times, easily accessible. My only niggle is that the GP surgery needs significant improvement and it is tricky as it is the only one that’ll take Kidbrooke residents. Blackheath quarter is great, with gym, pool and cinema room.

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

The parking really is difficult for visitors- be aware.

What is the best feature of your home:

We love the views from our home, the quiet of it and the layout. It’s spacious. The floor to ceiling windows are a highlight!

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We agree Laur – the vast green space and wildlife at Kidbrooke Village is our favourite part of the development. And how great is the play space in Cator Park!

Wouldn’t live anywhere else

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Review Date Nov 2020

It has become home.

I work in the city, I have always worked in busy environment, and here I live across Sutcliffe Park at Grayston Hse for almost 2 years and I absolutely adore it in here. It gives me easy access to the city but at the same time, the peace of having so much green and living in a family orientated development.

The management team is always very helpful and look after every detail for our building. The gym is nearby and at a very fair price. We’ve got a bristo nearby plus all the shops for groceries. I also really appreciate the vans that occasionally park nearby (Opposite sainsburys) with freshly prepared meals and nibbles, great idea!

I think we need more restaurants and coffee shops/bakery for the weekends but I assume that will come with time, and I couldn’t be happier living here. Best, Carol

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

You can get the best of both worlds. Easy access to central london, but also the peace and quite of living in a family orientated place.

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

Gladly, I haven’t had any surprises.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Yes, always.
Besides, they have always been very understanding about my healthy issues and I can say caring as well.

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Design
5
Location
5
Value
5
Management
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Kidbrooke Village certainly does have the best of both worlds – Cator Park and Sutcliffe Park give you countryside living just a stone’s throw from city centre! Thank you for writing a review Carol & thank you for sharing your beautiful picture of Kidbrooke Village.

A little oasis in London

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Review Date Jul 2021

So far, the development has been very well maintained. The grounds and facilities have been well kept. We did have issues early on with the lifts in the building, but that seems to be less of an issue now, and the management has been fairly transparent about the issues.

The concierge is available 24 hours a day, and almost everyone there has been very professional and pleasant. Everyone on staff has been very good to work with, and any issues we have had have been addressed promptly, especially given the situation with COVID.

The development benefits from high-speed internet (1 Gig) availability, and has a couple of additional workspaces. There is very nice on-site secure bike storage.

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

The area is still being developed, so I can only comment on the current status of things. The transport links are good. There is a rail station directly next to the development, with trains running to London Bridge, Victoria, Cannon Street, and Charing X. There are also two bus lines connecting to North Greenwich, Lewisham, and Woolwich. We live here comfortably without owning a car, but there is extensive (paid) parking available.

There is currently one pub and one restaurant, but there is not a wide variety of dining options. The Sainsbury Local and Chemcare Pharmacy are both very convenient and nice to shop at. There is also a local dentist and surgery, but we have not been able to get appointments at either.

There are a number of lovely parks and green spaces surrounding the development, and the general area is very nice. The only real negative for us is the traffic noise, which is pretty constant. I imagine it would be less pronounced if we were not in a flat directly next to the road.

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

The road is generally busy and often quite noisy. There are a number of school children that congregate around the area in the afternoons after school, although most of them are well behaved.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

I would love to have a bit more storage room, or space in general.

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Hi Rick – we love hearing that residents enjoy living at Kidbrooke Village, so thanks very much for writing a review.

After all, we trust and value Berkeley. Hopefully everything will be better

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Review Date Jul 2021

Last but not the less, the after sales service couldn’t keep pace with Berkeley brand. After we moved in (The end of Nov 2021) we reported several faulty repair work for balcony slide door, and cracks starts appear on out front door and bedroom. Also we are facing an broken cooking hub issue this Tuesday morning, and the customer service lady Hazel said the earliest she can arrange an engineer is on Friday, again, we have to order 12meals it sounds costly. In my culture, our dietary habit, we cook every single meal by the cooking hub, we barely use oven, so in my point of view, we feels like it’s not an ideal inhabiting flat for us without a functional cooking hub. However, the lady said she doesn’t think we are living non-inhabited and we don’t need cooking hub for every single meal we can use oven and microwave instead of cooking hub. Instead of comfort the residents and find the best solution, she just do not respecting us in the way she spoke, this is not the first time we are dealing with her attitude like that. So we strongly believe she is not the right person for the customer service, as there is no services but sophistry.

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Local stores are all good for now. Hopefully we could have more stores coming soon this or next year.

Transportation seems a little bit defective, such as running late and cancellation.

Most of Neighbors are very nice, however, we can still smell weed every week at 7th floor of Cobham house, we also report the overloaded party noise from 601 cobham house to the concierge (unfortunately they can do nothing) and Greenwich council. Hopefully, these people could learnt to respect others.

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

After sales service

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

The balcony door, slide door will cost a lot for maintenance after 2 years warranty

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Hi B – thank you for your feedback. We’re sorry to hear that you think customer services is an issue. Please can you e-mail us at KVInformationCentral@berkeleygroup.co.uk with your contact details so we can discuss this with you.

Lots of young professionals and families

Review Date Mar 2018

I live here and absolutely love it! I must admit when we first looked around the area we were a bit apprehensive as much of the old estate was still here (empty but waiting to be demolished). It’s been so great to see how much the area has changed.
There’s a lovely atmosphere here now with lots of young professionals and families, as well as a new Sainsburys local and new doctors surgery, pharmacy etc. In terms of the properties themselves, the buildings seem to be a really high standard and we’ve not had any real problems with Berkeley. Any snags we found when we first moved in were fixed same day, and if we ever have problems now they send someone out the same day to fix things (even changed the bulbs in our spotlights for us!).

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< The annual maintenance charges are quite high, but we feel it's worth it for the landscaping, cleaning, concierge and general maintenance that is always going on.

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Hi Laura – we love hearing that residents enjoy living at Kidbrooke Village, so thanks very much for writing a review.

These reviews are the subjective opinion of a HomeViews member and not of HomeViews

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