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West Ham’s former stadium transformed into 842 new homes

A mixed-tenure development of private sale and affordable housing has been launched on the site of West Ham’s former Upton Park stadium in East London.

The Upton Gardens development, which features 842 homes across 18 buildings set around a communal garden, forms part of the wider regeneration of the Newham area.

The scheme includes 47 properties which have been allocated for affordable rent. These properties will be prioritised for key workers who live or work in the Newham Borough.

Every home has access to a private outdoor space, as well as a range of onsite amenities such as landscaped gardens, a concierge service and a residents’ fitness studio.

Anyone interested in investing in this development will find that prices begin at £325,000 for the one-bedroom properties, rising to £399,000 for the two-bedroom properties and £490,000 for the three-bedroom properties.

Eloise Robbins, assistant director at SiteSales Property Group, said: “A supply of high-standard affordable housing is a fundamental requirement in London.

“Upton Park Gardens is an exceptional development with excellent amenities in an area that continues to undergo rejuvenation.

“We’re sure the properties will be extremely popular with both locals and those looking to live in a family-friendly and increasingly aspirational borough of London.”

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    Affordable housing? £325,000 for a 1 bed flat?

    More fool Londoners for paying these silly prices! You could buy a nice 5 bed detached house in the real world outside the M25!

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