Living space in the apartments at Hoxton Nine

Stylishly designed kitchen and living space in the apartments at Hoxton Nine

Hoxton Nine is an outstanding new development by award-winning developer Hamilton Court Developments, comprising eight high-end apartments and one exceptional penthouse in one of London’s most vibrant districts.

The development is designed to provide residents with a clam and balanced environment and each apartment has been designed to provide maximum space and comfort, with custom made fixtures and fittings. All apartments have open plan kitchen/living space and a carefully considered specification throughout.

In the heart of Hoxton, the apartments are within walking distance to some of the area’s best attractions including the Ace Hotel, Shoreditch House, Hoxton Square and Boxpark. This abundance of bars, hotels and restaurants is what makes the area so renowned for its energy.

Old Street station is approximately a three minute walk from Hoxton Nine, providing easy access into central London and the City, making it a perfect City base.

Hoxton Nine is now launched and apartments are available to buy. Prices from £599,950 to £910,000.

Call us now on 020 7226 6611 to register or email

Currell has acquired a 5,000 sq ft commercial space on Wallis Road, E9 in the heart of Hackney Wick – increasing the reach of Currell in east London, where we predict significant activity and regeneration over the coming years. This follows the recent appointment of Matt Cobb as Director of New Homes, who will be spearheading Currell’s growth plans.

Part of 61-63 Wallis Road will become a new office for Currell, due to open in Q4 2016 and providing sales, lettings, new homes, commercial agency and property management. Currell Commercial is currently seeking tenants for the remaining space, which offers two retail units and one A3 (subject to planning) café/restaurant unit on the ground floor of this new build development, which has residential units above.

61-63 Wallis Road (other angle) 61-63 Wallis Road

Wallis Road sits opposite Hackney Wick Overground Station, at the centre of the LLDC’s (London Legacy Development Corporation) designated mixed-use development zone, which will be transformed into Hackney Wick Central, a new neighbourhood hub and central business district (CBD). It is predicted that by 2025, Hackney Wick and neighbouring Fish Island will house between 4500-5000 new homes, along with new commercial spaces and affordable art studios, boosted by infrastructure improvements to Hackney Wick Station and nearby Stratford, including Crossrail.

As well as being the first established agent to take an office in the area, we were involved with one of the first new developments on Fish Island. Biggs Square (also known as Vantage Square) on Felstead Street was sold by Currell in 2008 for housing provider Family Mosaic, with 24 private sales at a blended pound per square foot figure of £341. Currell also sold the commercial space at ground level.

Anne Currell, Group CEO, said: “This marks a significant point in our east London expansion plans and we are delighted to have secured such a prominent space at the centre of what will become a thriving new neighbourhood. Hackney Wick and Fish Island are areas of great opportunity, with the potential for carefully managed development that will provide not only much needed new homes but opportunities for leisure and employment. The nearby Here East digital quarter, when fully operational in 2018, will bring over 7,500 workers and £340m to the local community.”

To find out more about Hackney Wick and Fish Island visit our Discover East Resource Centre at 311-313 Kingsland Road, E8 or phone to book an appointment on 0203 826 4888.

23 Elizabeth Avenue, N1 is a collection of three superb mews houses in Islington, which have been meticulously redeveloped behind an original Victorian warehouse facade. 



Each house offers four double bedrooms, two en suite and two family bathrooms, double height ceilings at ground floor level, mezzanine office space and terracing on each floor. The development has been crafted with exceptional attention to detail and the houses have been designed to combine dynamic open living spaces while retaining an abundance of classic period features. Each house also includes a spacious basement.

23 Elizabeth Avenue is a short walk from both the Regent’s Canal and the busy hub of Angel and Upper Street.

For more information, contact our New Homes team now on 020 7226 6611 or email

Currell’s Sarah Curtis, in her capacity as a member of the Islington Society Committee, presented this year’s award for the best Islington Community Garden. 

The photo below shows (from left to right), Sarah, David Trillo from the Islington Society, Mandy Graham representing the winner, Culpepper Community Garden, and Islington Mayor Kay Fletcher. DSC_0111Second place went to King Henry’s Community Garden and Olden Community Gardens came third. 

SIX @ Dalston Curve is an outstanding new development of six, 1 and 3 bedroom shared ownership apartments in Dalston, home to the capital’s vibrant arts and fashion scene. SIX gives first time buyers a rare opportunity to purchase in this increasingly in demand location. 

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CGI shows a similar interior by the developer


The exterior of SIX overlooks Kingsland Rd

Situated on the eclectic Kingsland High Street, SIX @ Dalston Curve is the perfect place for those keen to be at the heart of all the action in this thriving community. The apartments have a sleek contemporary finish with gloss white kitchen units and wooden flooring. All apartments also come with a video entry system and Sky+ already installed.

To read more about the process of shared ownership and how Currell will help guide you through from start to finish, click here

SIX @ Dalston Curve has four 1 bedroom apartments and two 3 bedroom apartments available, with shares from £174,000. More information on the development can be found on our website. To register your interest and confirm your affordability on  020 7704 5618 or email

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Currell is sponsoring a new exhibition by contemporary British artist Gavin Turk at the Béton Brut Gallery in Hackney Wick.

Turk’s exhibition, Transit, opens on Thursday 15 September and is sponsored by Currell and Truman’s Brewery. The gallery can be visited by appointment during the week and is open from 12-5pm on Saturdays. The exhibition will run until Saturday 10 December.

Béton Brut Gallery is a collaboration between social enterprise Creative Wick and Béton Brut, which will host regular exhibitions of the work of Hackney Wick and Fish Island’s best established and emerging artists.

Gavin Turk’s Transit will take place against the backdrop of the fast changing and rapid redevelopment of Hackney Wick, which is putting the world’s largest artist community under threat. Transit launches a series of new etchings derived from the emissions of his white transit van. Profits from the sale of the prints will go towards the on-going work of Creative Wick.

To unite the creative community and encourage working together as a way of countering the negative impacts of gentrification in Hackney Wick, Creative Wick has collaborated with a variety of different sectors, working with local businesses, makers, producers and suppliers to stage the exhibition, including the printmaker Tom’s Etching Studio, exhibition partner Truman’s Brewery and gallery partner Currell.

This body of work has been made locally and the inspired pieces include Exhaust Emissions etching on solar plate, printed by Thomas Moore (from Tom’s Etching Studio), who has also been invited to exhibit alongside Turk. Turk will also be showing White Transit Van Compression in the gallery space.

William Chamberlain, Founder of Creative Wick comments: “As one of the UK’s foremost contemporary artists, we’re excited to be partnering with Gavin Turk to ensure a legacy for Hackney Wick as a viable creative area. Initiatives like this enable us to raise awareness of the constant struggle for recognition of the vital role that artists and the wider creative economy play in the process of urban renewal, something that is all too often overlooked.”

Sophie Pearce, Director at Béton Brut says: “The artist is in transit and so is Hackney Wick. The exhaust etching is a parting gift to the community. This collaboration between Béton Brut Gallery and Creative Wick is at once a celebration of Gavin and his connection to Hackney Wick, and the birth of a scheme that will reinvest funds towards exhibiting up-and-coming local artists.”

Gavin Turk’s Transit exhibition is free to attend and will run from Thursday 15 September – Saturday 10 December 2016 at Béton Brut Gallery, in collaboration with Creative Wick: Unit 2, 30 Felstead St, London E9 5LG.

For more information on Gavin Turk’s collaboration with Creative Wick, head to:

KING CHARLES III by Bartlett, Rupert Goold , Writer - Mike Bartlett, Director - Rupert Goold, Design - Tom Scutt, Composor - Jocelyn Pook, Lighting - Jon Clark, Almeida Theatre, London, UK, 2014, Credit: Johan Persson - /

Almeida Theatre Director Rupert Goold will be speaking at the NSPCC lunch on 4 October

Tickets are selling fast for October’s lunch at Islington’s Almeida Restaurant in support of the NSPCC.

Rupert Goold, the Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre, will be speaking at the lunch and it promises to be a fascinating afternoon.

The NSPCC literary lunch is taking place on Tuesday 4 October 2016 from 12 noon and the ticket price of £45 includes a drink on arrival and two-course meal.

To reserve your place, please contact Alison Samuel on 020 7226 7738 or

Joelson solicitors have kindly agreed to sponsor the lunch.

Everyone at Currell Battersea was distraught to see the much loved Battersea Arts Centre in flames last Friday afternoon. Sadly, the fire destroyed the Centre’s Grand Hall and Lower Hall, spaces that had been used for entertaining Londoners for more than a century.image12

Luckily though, and thanks to the sterling efforts of the fire brigade and the centre’s staff, the front of the building was saved and re-opened within 24 hours. We did what we could on Friday and again over the weekend by opening our doors to the BAC’s staff so that they had a place to regroup and hold meetings.

Needless to say many of the staff were extremely distressed. This really brought home to us how much the BAC means to the people who work there and the local community as a whole. It is times like this that remind you what a wonderful place Battersea is.

The Centre’s artistic director David Jubb has been giving regular blog updates in the aftermath of the fire and in it he speaks about Battersea’s mid-19th century motto Not For Me, Not For You, But For Us. That’s been evident all around over the last few days as people do what they can to help, however small. David describes in his blog what happened when he went to buy some flowers at the stall outside Clapham Junction station to brighten up the BAC’s Scratch Bar. A complete stranger asked if the flowers were for BAC and immediately offered to pay for them.

Office with BACAnne from the BAC has told us that they are already looking to the future and “the long road ahead, from rehousing our creative programme, to assessing what’s lost and what’s salvageable, to rebuilding and reevaluating our plans for the building.”

That is going to take an awful lot of money and the fundraising has already started with the support of the National Funding Scheme. As at Tuesday afternoon, more than £64,000 had been raised from donations and a further £100,000 pledged from the owners of Battersea Power Station. You can donate here. Every penny will go towards helping the Battersea Arts Centre rise from the ashes, literally. For updates go to, or follow BAC on witter @battersea_arts or @davidjubb. If you can support in any other way, please email