Focus on Brentwood
The Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) will begin operating at Brentwood and Shenfield stations from next year, significantly improving journey times to and from Central London, which in turn has had a positive effect on residential and commercial property markets in the region.
The combination of improved transport links, good existing housing stock, plentiful town centre brownfield sites and an increasingly affluent population has seen substantial growth in Brentwood, and the prospect of further growth and relative stability means that many developers are choosing to focus on these regional areas as opposed to central London locations.
Recent projects within Brentwood which Kingsbury have co-ordinated include:
- Off-market acquisition of 73 High Street which has planning permission for a new build scheme of 18 private apartments and ground floor retail space
- Sale of 76 High Street which comprises ground floor commercial space let to Santander and Oxfam with consent to develop 7 apartments within the upper floors
- Sale of land at 63 High Street benefiting from planning permission to create 10 new apartments for private sale
- Off market acquisition of Regent House, an 80,000sq.ft. office for conversion to 130 apartments via Permitted Development
- Currently marketing storage units on Ongar Road with consent to develop four luxury homes of circa 1,800ft² each
If you own a property within the Brentwood area and want to see how Crossrail has impacted on value, or if you are interested in investing in the area, please contact email@example.com on 020 7183 2529 to discuss further.
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