A review of the Canary wharf residential property market. In issue two we look towards 2018 to see how Crossrail, Brexit and the changing landscape of Canary Wharf will affect local housing.
“Canary Wharf is a beacon of London’s financial prowess, but is less renowned as a residential location. However, the imminent arrival of Crossrail, together with the existing Jubilee line and DLR service, will make Canary Wharf one of the best-connected areas in the capital which, combined with the growing resident population will create a real sense of community within the local area” - Tushar Wadhwani, Head of Sales
“With the growing number of new developments, now is the time to enter the rental market as the increase in new supply has brought an increase of new tenants from across the globe. Flexibility is the key. The days of one year contracts being standard are over, but this is also helping landlords to secure a longer tenancy, or agree minimal tenancy if they want the ability to sell in the near future” - Kelly Rees, Head of Lettings