Greenland Place holds Help to Buy open day


Barratt London’s Greenland Place development hosts a Help to Buy open day, helping potential homebuyers understand how the government initiative can help them.


Barratt London hosted a Help to Buy open day at its landmark Greenland Place development yesterday, which proved popular with young professional from the City.

The government-backed initiative has already helped many people buy their first home or move up the property ladder in the capital, using a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage. A Help to Buy Equity Loan covers the remaining 20% of the purchase price. Along with the Barratt London team, experts on the scheme were available at the development to give homebuyers additional advice on how it could help them.

With Help to Buy, it’s possible to purchase a new home at Greenland Place  with a deposit of just £15,850. Residents will enjoy all the luxuries that come with new development living, including landscaped courtyards, a residents’ fitness suite and the convenience of a 24-hour concierge service. Located in Zone 2 and a short distance from the River Thames, the development is made up of 562 one-bedroom suites, one, two and three-bedroom apartments divided over five low-rise buildings and two towers.