Why Deptford is London’s latest “homes hotspot”


The London Evening Standard explores Deptford, calling it “one to watch”.

Barratt London’s Greenland Place development is located in Deptford, described by the London Evening Standard as a “characterful area in the heart of South-East London”. The London Evening Standard looks at why buyers should choose Deptford as their next home, saying “Deptford is fast becoming an ideal place to buy”.

Deptford is undergoing major regeneration, and with new build homes such as Greenland Place cropping up, it is set to become a vibrant area to live, shop and relax in. There are “fantastic new amenities” along a “regenerated high street”, which give the area “a sleek new look”. While the “vibrant market, pop-up shops, array of multicultural restaurants and Deptford’s very own contemporary arts festival mean the heart of the neighbourhood remains unchanged”.

With Deptford being “handily located”, developments such as Greenland Place have “speedy transport links to central London.” From Greenland Place it is a short walk to Surrey Quays station, where Bank is just a 13 minute journey, and London Bridge a mere six minutes away. For City workers, Canary Wharf can be reached in just four minutes from nearby Greenland Pier. With connections like these, London Evening Standard states “home buyers and investors alike are beginning to realise the potential of the area”.

Follow the link to read the full Why Deptford is a homes hotspot article on standard.co.uk