Southmere marks the start of a 30-year transformation of Thamesmead, an area the size of central London, with up to £9 billion due to be invested across 200 acres resulting in up to 20,000 new homes. Help to Buy available.
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Southmere is a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments as well as a new public square, library, fitness studio and café, with other commercial and community spaces to follow. Residents will also benefit from a concierge, lounge and coworking space within the development.
Crossrail is on the horizon at Abbey Wood, which will provide access to Canary Wharf in just 11 minutes and Bond Street in 25 minutes. You’ll never struggle for space in Southmere with more than double the amount of green space per person than the London average and homes overlooking Southmere lake.
- Up to £9bn of investment across 200 acres - Thamesmead has the same footprint as central London
- Over 100,000 residents by 2050
- Abundance of green space and water - 150 hectares of parks and 30,000 trees, 5 lakes, 7km of canals and 5km of river frontage
Thamesmead is situated to the east of central London on the southern banks of the river Thames. £8.97 billion of investment across 200 acres makes this town the biggest regeneration project in London and one of the biggest in the UK. Peabody has over 158 years of experience and expertise in investing and managing property across London. Peabody want to leave a legacy of community, culture and environmental and economic wellbeing to Thamesmead.
The 30-year plan is to attract over 100,000 residents by 2050 and create London’s new town, a place where people want to work, visit and call home. Thamesmead has a remarkable landscape, with an abundance of green open space and aquatic environments including lakes and waterways. This is the essence of destination Thamesmead – creating a healthy and thriving community of people and wildlife.
There are plans in place to make Thamesmead one of London’s most bio-diverse and sustainable residential urban areas.
With the tranquil landscapes on their doorsteps and the opening of the new Crossrail station at Abbey Wood on the horizon, residents at Thamesmead have the best of both worlds. Crossrail will halve the journey times into many central London destinations and will transform the area by attracting new residents, businesses and investment.
Thamesmead sits across the border of two boroughs, Bexley to the east and Greenwich to the west, both of which have excellent attributes and amenities on offer.
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