Register now for the launch on Wednesday 24th May

Register now to attend the launch of these exclusive apartments in the heart of Tufnell Park.

Launching next Wednesday 24th May, Trinity House is a boutique collection of two 2 bedroom and one 3 bedroom duplex apartments. Each home in this outstanding development has been designed with exceptional attention to detail, with the highest of specifications and bespoke finishes.

The beautiful brick façade is in keeping with the area, and the floor to ceiling windows flood the property with natural light. Each apartment has its own front door at street level, and private outdoor space in the form of a garden or terrace. The spectacular three penthouse apartment features a spacious double height living space

The development is well connected, with four underground and three overground stations all within walking distance. Tufnell Park offers a wide variety of local shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, and the apartments have good access to a wide range of amenities.

The apartments are priced at £775,000, £795,000 and £1.25m.


For more information about the development please contact a member of the new homes team by email or phone: or 020 3826 4888 or email

Quadra is an exclusive new development in a prime location within London Fields park in Hackney, within a stone’s throw of Broadway Market and a short walking distance from all the amenities of central Hackney.

The highly desirable collection of one and two bedroom apartments is targeted at the over 55s. There is no restriction on the age of purchasers, but at least one resident of each apartment must be 55 or over.

Built in two clusters around a landscaped courtyard, the apartments are arranged in a staggered layout which provides every apartment with a park view. All apartments are dual-aspect to maximise natural light and ventilation.

The contemporary interiors are built to the Lifetime Homes standard and the apartments are high specification, with stylish kitchens, bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms. In addition to private outside space in the form of balconies, terraces or gardens, the development has a residents’ foyer and landscaped courtyard.

The development is very well-connected, with regular bus services to the local area and central London. A five minute walk across London Fields will take you to London Fields Overground station, which offers eight minutes journey to Liverpool Street and the Underground network.

One bedroom apartments start at £625,000 and two bedroom apartments at £725,000

RSVP here to arrange a viewing, or speak to a member of the team on 0203 826 4888 for more information.

Kilburn Quarter is a new collection of 126 stylish homes in London NW6, offering 1, 2, 3 & 4 bed apartments and duplexes. Designed by award-winning Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands and Alison Brooks Architects, the architectural style of the development is striking and modern, whilst still remaining in keeping with the red brick mansion blocks of Maida Vale and the Victorian terraces of St John’s Wood.

Positioned in Zone 2, this spectacular development has a huge amount to offer; high specification interiors, a private balcony or terrace for each apartment, a private gated courtyard plus the urban living ‘musts’ of selected underground parking and cycle stores for hassle-free commuting.

The development also benefits from being part of the extensive South Kilburn regeneration programme that will improve local housing and community spaces, indoor sports facilities, education, and healthcare services, as well as creating a sustainable energy network. There will be a new park, primary school, and lots of businesses, shops and restaurants.

Since launching last June, the development has enjoyed high demand, with only 10 apartments remaining from the initial 121. A further eight 3-4 bedroom deluxe duplexes will be released soon.

Prices for the remaining apartments range from £530,000 to £835,000. To find out more or arrange a viewing, get in touch with us on 020 7226 6611 or

Now it’s May, and spring is officially here (even the weather is catching up), it’s the perfect time to give your home a spring clean – and a general makeover. Here are some of our top tips for rejuvenating your home, and adding something new to the mix:

1. Inject some green

Houseplants have seen a massive boom recently, with everyone wanting to decorate their homes with all things green and growing. We’re loving the new trend for terrariums – little mini plant beds that are usually displayed in glass bowls or geometric containers.

Make your own at a terrarium workshop by geo-fleur near you.

Lots of interesting new plant emporia are also springing up – make sure you visit Grace and Thorn or Conservatory Archives in Hackney Road.

2. Re-jig shelf space

As well as adding the aforementioned greenery, jazzing up your shelves and mantelpieces can make a big difference. Update photo frames by adding more recent photos, and add decorative objects like candles and books to really enhance the space. De-cluttering and spacing objects out will bring a more minimalist feel.

3. Upgrade your bedding

Walking into a bedroom, the first thing you notice is the bed – so a change of bedding will make a big difference. This is also a  quick and effective way to change up a bedroom’s colour scheme.

4. Finish your floors

Over time, wooden floors get scuffed and worn out, and this isn’t something we often notice straight away. Waxing your wooden floors or applying a sealant will leave them gleaming again, and will make a huge difference to the overall effect of the room. Or, for a more dramatic change, why not paint the floor instead.

Farrow and Ball offer a wide range of floor paints in contemporary shades. Check out the colour samples at the Islington shop.

5. Give the cushions an upgrade, too

Although small, cushions make a big difference. Colourful or patterned cushions can really bring a sofa to life, and add something special to the room. Changing the cushions and other small accessories can change the entire colour scheme of a room, and a bring a different feel, without spending too much!

6. Get organised

There are lots of ways you can organise your stuff to refresh your home. Labelling containers and jars in the pantry will make cooking feel a lot easier, and help you keep track of supplies. Take the opportunity to put photos into albums, and to throw out anything in your wardrobe you don’t wear anymore. Spring means new beginnings, so it’s time to declutter and pass on old belongings to friends or charity shops.

7.) …Don’t forget the garden

Outdoor furniture often gets neglected during the winter months – so give your chairs and tables a good scrub down to leave them looking new again, perfect for when your guests come to visit.

Spring is the perfect time for planting, so if you have an old sandpit that’s been outgrown, or an area you’re not sure what to do with, why not create a herb garden or a flowerbed.


Bow Wharf is a residential waterside development from H20 Urban, comprising five houses and 19 apartments in the Regent’s Canal Conservation Area. The properties are set in a leafy community next to the Hertford Union Canal and between the green spaces of Mile End Park and the expansive Victoria Park.

Victoria Park Village is a less than half a mile away, offering a wide range of independent shops, bars and restaurants.

The development has been designed to a high standard, with large windows and spacious balconies providing enviable canal-side views. Each home is flooded with light, and the open-plan living room and kitchen have been designed with your convenience in mind.

Bow Wharf is very well connected, offering easy access to central London. With a network of cycle routes along the canal towpath and through the nearby parks, many local residents commute to The City or Canary Wharf by bike or on foot. For those preferring public transport, there are regular buses and Bethnal Green Underground station is less than a mile away, connecting you to Liverpool Street in a mere three minutes.

Bow Wharf is launching on the 11th May with prices starting from £999,950. To find out more or arrange a viewing, get in touch with us on 020 7226 6611 or

Loft conversions allow for beautifully bright spaces

Grange Hall is a bespoke collection of nine houses, beautifully converted from The West Hackney National School building, which dates back to 1837.  Mixing contemporary design with Victorian period features, this unique development has been carefully designed to provide ‘smart homes’ with the assistance of leading Islington technology company, Pinchpoint.

Each house has an individual name and identity which relate to specific features of the original building. The Grange, for example, is the grandest house in the development and occupies the entire front of the original Georgian school building, whereas The Folly refers to the schools original arched vestibule.

It’s also very well connected, just a three minute walk from Rectory Road station, and very close to the many shops, bars, restaurants and other local amenities of Stoke Newington.

Grange Hall is launching tomorrow, Wednesday 26th April, with prices ranging from £865,000 to £1,450,000. For more photos and information take a look at our website here.

Call us now on 020 7226 6611 to register or email

Head of Research Nicola Almond comments on the surprise election on 8 June

Today MPs backed Theresa May’s call for a general election on 8 June. Theresa May appealed to the British public to ‘put their trust’ in her, and to provide a firm mandate to create unity in Westminster in order to deliver Brexit.

Theresa May previously said she wouldn’t call a snap election, but with a working majority of only 17, and polls showing an increasing lead over Labour, the temptation proved too great. The latest YouGov poll gives the Tories 44% of the popular vote – almost double Labour’s 23%. The result of the election is therefore fairly predictable, and some commentators are predicting that the Conservative majority will increase to 100 seats.

The most obvious outcome of the likely substantial Conservative win would be to improve dramatically May’s room for manoeuvre in the Commons and to strengthen her hand in Europe. The absence of an election looming in 2020 (soon after the March 2019 Brexit deadline) will also provide greater stability.

On balance, this unexpected early election is forecast to be positive for the sterling and the economy, providing a government which is stronger and in a much better to position to negotiate the best Brexit deal for the country.

In the context of increasing global destabilisation, we expect London property to remain a safe haven for investors, despite some appreciation in the pound.

CEO Anne Currell says ‘A stronger government operating from a united position of strength can only be good for the economy and the property market’.