First glimpse inside 98 shared ownership homes in Nine Elms

Published: Friday 20th March 15

The first images of 98 new shared ownership homes in Nine Elms have been released today by Peabody and Wandsworth Council.

The finishing touches are now being applied to Peabody’s Chancery Building development ahead of next month’s official sales launch. 

(Left to right) Stephen Howlett, Paul Ellis and Ravi Govindia inside one of the new shared ownership homes in Nine Elms.

Qualifying local residents will be able to purchase these new homes from late spring on a part buy – part rent basis.  

The first show flat is now complete and Peabody chief executive Stephen Howlett invited council leader Cllr Ravi Govindia and council housing spokesman Cllr Paul Ellis for a sneak preview and site tour.

The Chancery Building is part of Embassy Gardens by Ballymore and faces the new Nine Elms linear park.

Mr Howlett said: ““We are excited to launch these new homes in the rapidly transforming area of Nine Elms. Peabody is proud to play a role in this major regeneration, and are pleased to be working with our partners to help deliver high quality new homes, which will provide a significant boost to London's housing supply.”

Cllr Govindia said: “It’s incredibly exciting to see this development so close to completion. The new homes really are fantastic and will be great places to live.

“Piece by piece Nine Elms is coming to life and providing thousands of the new homes and jobs Londoners need.”

Cllr Ellis said: “Across Nine E

lms on the South Bank there are around 20,000 homes in the pipeline. That’s a major contribution to London’s housing supply.”

To find out if you are eligible for shared ownership housing in Wandsworth visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/homeownership,email housesales@wandsworth.gov.uk

To register your interest in the new homes at the Chancery Building, please call the Peabody sales team on 020 7021 4842 or email enquiries@peabodysales.co.uk

About Nine Elms on the South Bank

Nine Elms includes 450 acres of land between Battersea Park and Lambeth Bridge on the South Bank of the Thames.

The area, which includes parts of Wandsworth and Lambeth, is now undergoing a £15bn regeneration programme.

Once the construction process is complete the new Nine Elms will provide 25,000 new permanent jobs for London and up to 20,000 new homes.

The Northern Line Extension will provide two new Tube stops in Nine Elms. One will be located at Wandsworth Road and another at Battersea Power Station.

A new stretch of Thames Path will run the full length of the district and a new pedestrian and cycle bridge is planned to create another link to Westminster on the opposite bank of the river.

The regeneration programme includes the new US Embassy in London, a revitalised New Covent Garden Market and a restored Battersea Power Station.

There are new parks, public squares and a network of cycling and pedestrian routes are being created across the district.

Find out more at http://www.nineelmslondon.com/

Unemployed Wandsworth residents can find out about opportunities to find work in Nine Elms by contacting the council’s Work Match recruitment team.

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Recent comments

Why no mention of prices?
Celia Blair

28 April 2015

this house look great....... , but it must be a priority to build far more social housing... we are leaving too many people without secure accomadation!
chris durack

28 March 2015