Redeveloping the Nestle factory: 1400 new homes for Hayes

16 August 2017

Barratt London and SEGRO have recently submitted plans for the redevelopment of the former Nestle factory to the London Borough of Hillingdon.

See why Henry Wiltshire’s estate agents in Hayes, as well as the local community, very much hope that Hillingdon will approve the development which will provide modern housing, green space and sustainable industrial units.

Increased Crossrail services boost Hayes property market

28 July 2017

The key to London’s success is its integrated transport network, which enables workers to live in a different part of London from where they work without losing out on quality of life. Transport links are an important element when it comes to choosing and pricing rental property in London, particularly in Hayes and west London which will soon benefit from Crossrail.

Green energy for Greenwich…and you won’t believe where it comes from

03 October 2016

In recent weeks, Greenwich residents will have noticed an astonishing new structure appearing on the skyline. The Optic Cloak is a sculpture with a purpose, providing not only eye-catching artwork for Londoners but also a flue for a renewable energy centre.

The Energy Centre
Heat generated by sources as diverse as the River Thames and even the London Underground will be piped directly into houses

This astonishing sculpture has been commissioned as part of the Energy Centre for the Greenwich Peninsula, Europe’s largest … Read more ›

Pan Peninsula, Canary Wharf

02 August 2016

The Pan Peninsula is located on the Isle of Dogs, E14, in the heart of London’s Docklands…and just round the corner from Henry Wiltshire Canary Wharf. Flats in the development are available for both sale and rent – it’s both a fantastic investment opportunity and a great place to live.

When the Pan Peninsula opened in 2009, it brought a new style of building to London’s Docklands. The development comprises two towers of different heights which are colourfully lit at night … Read more ›

A new mayor for London – what will this mean for the housing market?

03 May 2016

With London’s mayoral election looming, Henry Wiltshire takes a look at the different candidates’ views on housing. As London grows ever bigger, and with a need for at least 50,000 more homes every year, not to mention affordable housing, property development is at the top of the agenda for both Labour candidate Sadiq Khan and Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith.

London under Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson, London’s current mayor, has created a number of high-rise housing developments, using his mayoral powers to approve … Read more ›