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Why buy a home in Lansbury Square, E14?

Why buy a home in Lansbury Square, E14?

At Dockleys, we all love London and we want to see it opened up to everyone. That’s why we’re always delighted to be able to offer properties suitable for first time buyers and which qualify for Help To Buy funding. One such development is Lansbury Square in Poplar, E14. Set in its own landscaped garden […]

More homes for London – intensification and the New London Plan

More homes for London – intensification and the New London Plan

Many of you will know that I was lucky enough to attend Ackroyd Lowrie’s event “Intensification with Imagination” last week. It was a fantastic evening and I met all sorts of people involved in creating more homes for London, including GLA planners, local authorities, developers, architects and fellow estate agents. The Greater London Authority feel […]

Balcone – coolest coffee shop in Hackney

Balcone – coolest coffee shop in Hackney

One of the best things about living in East London are the incredible independent shops and restaurants. My friend Hassan set up Balcone on Victoria Park Road earlier this year and it’s already a huge success. I’m always zipping around East London, whether I’m selling property in Canary Wharf, meeting developers in Clapton or selling […]

Can container gardening help you sell property in East London?

Can container gardening help you sell property in East London?

On my travels around the East End of London, selling property, I’ve seen some beautiful window boxes on both old and new buildings. They make a great impression and definitely contribute to kerb appeal, particularly in flats and apartments which don’t have their own gardens. Why does kerb appeal matter when you’re selling your London […]

Buying property in East London…with the Bank of Mum and Dad

Buying property in East London…with the Bank of Mum and Dad

What is the Bank of Mum and Dad? The Bank of Mum and Dad is an age-old phenomenon that has gained real momentum since the credit crunch, with parents and grandparents  now lending grown-up children a total of approximately £8 billion every year. The situation has come about as people in their twenties – potential […]


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