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King Edwards development in Hackney

King Edwards development in Hackney

25. October 2015

King Edwards

King Edwards Road, London E9 7SG
December 2017

Description of King Edwards

King Edwards is a residential development in Hackney, London E9.

The development comprises 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom duplexes.

15 of the homes at King Edwards are built for the council, with the homes sold for outright sale helping to fund council homes at social rent for local people.

Within walking distance of London Fields and Cambridge Heath overground stations and Hackney Central underground.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
London Fields Rail Station
London Fields Rail Station
King Edward's Road
106, 254, 26, 55, D6, N253, N26, N55, 236, 388

News: (3)

Linden Homes celebrated a key construction milestone this week, as King Edwards reached its maximum height of 16,500mm.

The event was marked with a traditional Topping Out ceremony that was led by the housebuilder and attended by the Mayor of Hackney at the site.

Linden Homes has now transformed King Edwards into a collection of 32 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and duplexes.

Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney laid one of the final bricks in a parapet wall on-site at the event.

Roseanne Bullen, Sales and Marketing Manager at Linden Homes Eastern commented: “We are thrilled that we can mark our construction progress at King Edwards and we had a great time celebrating at the Topping-Out event as we take another step closer to the finish line.

“It’s fair to say that Hackney is a thriving area and a great place to live and work. The mix of apartments and duplex properties will appeal to a cross-section of people and we think this, mixed with the apartments being on a road without any through-traffic, make the homes really appealing for those wanting to buy their own place and enjoy the local amenities. Many of the homes will also benefit from their own outside terrace, balcony or roof terrace.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming new residents once the development is complete, and see the vision of a new community at King Edwards become a reality”.

Construction is anticipated to be complete in December 2017 following the final roofing works throughout the development, with the first residents set to move into the completed social units in October.

Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney, said of the Topping-Out event and construction milestone: “I’m proud that Hackney has one of the biggest social housebuilding programmes in the country, delivering new, much-needed council homes for local people.

“That’s why I was delighted to join local residents to mark this latest milestone in building the thousands of homes our borough, and our city, so badly needs.”

Several of the properties are available with Help to buy London, providing a leg-up on to the capital’s competitive property ladder. Buyers require a minimum deposit of just 5%, along with a 40% government loan and a 55% mortgage, to secure selected King Edwards apartments.

The homes are also conveniently located in East London, only half a mile from London Fields, Cambridge Heath and Hackney Central train stations. Nearby is also the prestigious Columbia Road flower market, Victoria Park and London Fields.

Demand for the homes is already extremely high after the first phase of properties were bought off-plan last October and following an open day held in April this year.

For more information about the homes available at King Edwards, please contact Linden Homes.

19/08/2017 07:04 by Buildington

The King Edwards site in Hackney has been disused since the 1990s and over the course of 2016, it will be transformed by the project which is being run by Linden Homes in conjunction with the London Borough of Hackney.

Seventeen apartments will be privately owned and will include 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom duplexes.

The site, where King Edward’s Road and Tryon Road meet, is less than half a mile from London Fields station; half a mile from Cambridge Heath station and less than a mile to Hackney Central.

The famous Columbia Road Flower market is just over a mile away, while Victoria Park is a short walk away (going south east) and London Fields, with its beautiful heated 50 metre pool and lido is a short walk away (heading north west).

Linden Home Eastern’s regional sales and marketing manager, Roseanne Bullen said that because of the likely high demand for the homes, prospective customers might want to register their interest sooner rather than later:

“With a location like this one, we are expecting a lot of interest in the apartments and duplexes. Both London Fields and Cambridge Heath overground stations are in walking distance with Hackney Central underground being less than a mile away making these new build properties even more of a draw. It would be sensible to get in touch with us now to ensure we can keep you informed and let you know when the first homes are due to be released.”

Visit Linden Homes website for details

06/04/2016 00:58 by Buildington

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25/10/2015 19:59 by Buildington

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