UCL East


The Telegraph: “Buy in these pockets of unloved London before prices start to rise”

18 February 2019

UCL East was featured in the Property section of the Telegraph on 18th February.

Poole Street West

Focusing on the regeneration of different parts of east London, the article illustrates the impact of development in drawing people to the area – with the UCL East campus attracting the parents of potential students.


“From the reinvention of King’s Cross to the success story of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, some areas of London have been magnificently transformed in recent years. A metropolis that is home to some of the world’s most expensive streets still looks after its neighbourhoods in need of a little more attention. One of the most centrally located of these is Bromley-by-Bow in east London’s Tower Hamlets, a stone’s throw from London’s financial centre and the revamped Stratford. Sitting at the confluence of three waterways – the river Lea, Limehouse Cut and Bow Creek – this area offers the opportunity for waterfront living just 12 minutes away from Canary Wharf, or half that to Stratford Westfield and the East Bank cultural area that will include a new V&A Museum and a Sadler’s Wells dance studio at the Olympic Park….”


Read the full article online