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Crossrail – what does it mean for the East London property market?

Crossrail – what does it mean for the East London property market?

During my long career as an East London estate agent, I’ve watched Crossrail move off the drawing board and into the construction phase, I’ve seen stations preparing for the advent of the Elizabeth Line, and most importantly, I’ve seen house prices shoot up. What does the Elizabeth Line mean for people who live in East […]

A run with Adam: living and working in Canary Wharf

A run with Adam: living and working in Canary Wharf

I shot this video a few weeks ago while I was out for a run around the Isle of Dogs. It’s a fantastic place to run – the Thames snakes around Docklands so you’re never far away from the water, giving you a sense of space like nowhere else in London. Running gets the endorphins […]

Let’s Catch Up!

Let’s Catch Up!

Great News! If you missed me speaking on the Property and Lifestyle show on the hoxtonradio last month (or months), I have great news! Here’s the link to the show!! It was great fun with Helen Shephard, The Preshaah and my guests and I can’t wait for the next shows! When? I’ll keep you updated!  Stay tuned. […]

The best places to live in East London: Shoreditch

The best places to live in East London: Shoreditch

It’s no accident that Dockleys chose to operate out of Brick Lane. In the heart of Shoreditch, we get to work in one of East London’s most characterful areas. With so many markets, bars and eateries, many housed in beautiful historic buildings, it’s easy to see why Shoreditch is considered one of the best places […]

Green loan launched

Green loan launched

Barclays has launched what it claims is Britain’s first “green mortgage”, with a deal offering preferential rates for borrowers buying a new property which has an A or B energy rating from builders including Barratt and Redrow, with plans to parner with more builders by the end of the year. Barclays Mortgages will offer the preferential interest rates […]

Average house prices up 4.9% to £225k

Average house prices up 4.9% to £225k

Figures from the ONS and Land Registry show that UK house prices dipped by 0.3% month-on-month in January but climbed 4.9% on a year ago to an average of £225,620. The annual growth rate slowed from 5% in December. In England average prices increased by 4.6% in the year to January, climbing to £242,000. In […]


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