Royal Dockside by Investin PLC.
London, United Kingdom
price from GBP 350,000
- Secure car parking availability
- Video entryphone security to all apartments
- Secure private cycle store
A high quality development comprising excellent living accommodation with stylish modern fittings. The development is centrally located on the dockside close to the University of East London and Galleons Reach DLR. It is also within easy access of many of East London’s highly regarded locations to include Canary Wharf, Victoria Park, Brick Lane, Shoreditch, Spitalfields, and the City.
A unique selection of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes designed to a quality specification providing a modern and contemporary feel, all with outside terrace or balcony.
The Royal Docks area will benefit from the introduction of Crossrail, which is likely to add 20% to property values in the vicinity. The development provides easy access to The City, the West End, Canary Wharf, 02 Arena, Stratford International and London City Airport.
‘Royal Dockside’ is located in the “Special Enterprise Zone” which was introduced by the UK Government in July 2011. The Royal Docks Enterprise Zone has been invigorated by the announcement of the 50 acre Silvertown Quays plan, which will be developed by the Chelsfield Group. The plan is a £1.2 billion area transformation which will create some 9,500 jobs and bring an estimated £3 billion worth of economic benefits to London.
Above: Computer generated image of the principal living area of Tower apartment E1037
Above: Quality and style – space to luxuriate at Royal Dockside
Above: Brand new luxury apartments and penthouses. 5 minutes walk from the DLR, 8 minutes on the DLR from Crossrail and within 10 minutes walk of London’s new Asian Business Port – set to be the showcase of the Capital’s third financial district, alongside Canary Wharf and the City itself
ABP London has signed an agreement with the Mayor of London to transform the Royal Albert Dock. This £1 billion investment will create London’s next financial district, to be known as ‘Asian Business Port’.
The infrastructure of this dynamic district is further supported by the £14.8 billion construction of Crossrail, with a key interchange at Custom House 8 minutes on the DLR from Royal Dockside.
Above: London property prices are at their all time high. However we do not believe there is a bubble. There is currently a huge demand-supply imbalance in the market and we see prices continue to go higher in the next 2-3 years
Above: GBP interest rate is at all time low now. 3 month GBP Libor is currently at 0.5%. Is Bank of England going to raise interest rate anytime soon?
Above: (Feb 12, 2014) Bank of England sought to assure homebuyers that UK interest rates won’t rise any time soon because the economic recovery is still fragile. This is good news for property owners.
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Above: Prime Central London property prices in general have gone up around 7.5% in year 2013. However different parts of London registered different growth rates. The largest growth area in terms of price is actually City & Fringe rather than Prime Central London (i.e. Chelsea / Mayfair)
Above: It shows that you should be investing in City Fringe instead of Prime Central London
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Above: UK government announced that they will introduce capital gain tax for foreigners from year 2015 onwards. Currently the local investors pay capital gain tax of 28% but foreign investors pay none. We believe the issue is one of tax inequality rather than a one of property cooling off measures.
Above: The ‘Help to Buy’ scheme is aimed at helping first time buyers and homemovers with a deposit as small as 5 per cent to buy a new build property in England. The Government will provide borrowers with a loan for 20% of the property, meaning only a 75% mortgage is required from a lender. This scheme is available in England now until March 31, 2016.
Help to Buy scheme (potentially pushing up property prices in the UK) and capital gain tax on foreigners were announced around the same time. This supports our beliefs that the introduction of capital gain tax on foreigners is purely a political move rather than a property cooling off measure.
Key Infrastructure Project – London’s 3rd Financial District
Section 1 of 4: Royal Victoria Dock
Above: This is currently what you can find at Royal Victoria Dock – the Emirates Air Line (the only cable car in London)
Above: The future of Royal Victoria Dock – UK’s largest floating village
Section 2 of 4: The Silvertown
Section 3 of 4: Royal Albert Basin
Section 4 of 4: Royal Albert Dock (Chinese Business Port)
The Project: Royal Dockside (E16 2QJ)
Above: Royal Dockland is a mere 5 minutes walk to Gallion Reach DLR
Above: Click the Tube Map above to enlarge it. Gallion Reach DLR is in Zone 3 (far right)
Above: Crossrail station Custom House will be ready in 2018 and will likely increase property values in this area
Above: The project is minutes away from London City Airport, giving you easy access to anywhere in Europe
Above: Royal Dockside is also minutes walk away from University of East London (UEL)
Above: ExCel London (Convention & Exhibition Centre) is at close proximity to the project site
Above: We highly recommended units on Tower E that are facing River Thames (East View). This is because there is a green park right in front of Tower E which gives you good view of the river
And finally please watch the video below to have a glimpse of the future London
Reservation Process & Payment Terms
If you are interested to purchase a unit from this development project, you will need to:
- Complete a Booking Form
- Pay a Booking Fee of HK$ 25,000
- Pay a deposit of 20% of the purchase price and sign the Sale & Purchase contract within 14 days of reservation
- Pay 70% balance at completion date