New homes: Our pick of the new builds and conversions going on sale in London this weekend

Melissa York
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New developments on the market this week

Lime Quarter, Bromley-by-Bow

From £300,000

Help to Buy homes are going on sale next to Devons Road DLR. The first 10 homes launched last night with one and two bedroom apartments available to purchase through the government’s equity loan scheme. Overall, there will be 130 homes, including three beds, in a 20-storey building, with a seven minute journey for Canary Wharf commuters.

Call Savills on 020 3131 8394 or visit

Gallions Point, Royal Docks

From £376,500

Live next door to the third financial hub in London in one of these new one, two and three bedroom apartments. The ABP, a Chinese project that’s part of a £314m regeneration that’s taking root over the next five years in the Royal Docks, is set to draw many new businesses and residents to the area. Over a hundred homes at Gallions Point, next door to Gallions Reach DLR station, went on sale this week, boasting underground parking and private outdoor space. First completions are expected in early 2020.

Call 020 3538 3273 or visit

The Old Dairy, Bloomsbury

From £875,000

Rare new build homes are going on sale in the heart of historical literary London tomorrow. As the name suggests, this contemporary take on the traditional mews homes of west London sit on the former site of Express Dairies on Wakefield Street, overlooking St George’s Gardens. The 13 one and two bedroom apartments and three bedroom townhouses – named Forster and Keynes – are also close to King’s Cross and Russell Square stations. The first completions are expected in autumn 2019.


Windsor House, Uxbridge

From £260,000

First time buyers looking for affordable homes with capital growth potential might want to inquire into this period conversion in west London. The first release of homes go on sale tomorrrow in a town centre location in a locally listed building that used to be a Post Office. Original features have been restored, but 30 one and two bedroom apartments have taken its place, with stone worktops and in-built appliances. The scheme will also be making an appearance at the West London Property Expo near Heathrow from 3-5 October.


The Otto, Hackney

From £490,000

Cyclists will be well catered for at this development in east London. There will be 174 cycle racks for residents, a dedicated cycle entrance and a visitors’ cycle rack outside the building at this scheme overlooking the Hackney Downs. Comprising two pavilions, there are 89 one, two and three bedroom apartments and four penthouses on sale. A fourth floor communal terrace provides outside space and residents will also be able to book ‘multi-use wellness rooms’. First completions are expected in spring 2019.


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