Regency Heights: A strong investment opportunity

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6 January 2020 | Lifestyle

Regency Heights, our three-phase collection of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the OPDC zone is not only a desirable place to live, it’s somewhere to invest in.

Part of the £26 billion Old Oak and Park Royal regeneration masterplan - the biggest regeneration scheme in the UK - this part of West London is set to benefit hugely. With London being one of the most in demand cities for global real estate investors, the exciting plans are sure to impress. A major new transport interchange hub is included, along with two new Crossrail stations, new high streets for Park Royal and the nearby area of Old Oak, acres of green open space, and 65,000 new jobs. All of this is set to benefit the UK economy by approximately £7 billion each year. And for investors, owning a property here means you can watch your investment grow as the area grows around you.

So what can investors expect? We’ve highlighted just some of the key points:

 

Superb connectivity

The transformation of the Old Oak Common Rail Station into a new interchange station is a major part of the regeneration plans. Located just two miles from Regency Heights, this new multi-million-pound hub will host services for Crossrail, Great Western Mainline and HS2.

Both Crossrail and HS2 are particularly appealing to overseas investors, adding not just value but connectivity to properties. Once opened, the new Old Oak Interchange Hub will make Park Royal one of the best connected areas in the UK, with major cities including Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds directly accessible from the new Old Oak Common Station.

Of course, the area is already well served by existing transport links. Both Hanger Lane and Park Royal Underground Stations are a short walk away, and provide simple journeys to locations including Westfield London, Bond Street and Heathrow Airport.

 

A smarter place to invest in

Part of the attraction of London to investors is its access to world-renowned universities. It gives investors the chance to rent out their properties to students or even send their own children there to live and learn in London.

White City - just two miles from Park Royal - is now home to the vast, 25-acre, £3 billion campus for Imperial College London, which is ranked among the top three universities in Europe. The expansion of Imperial College continues into nearby North Acton, where facilities will include a biodiversity park, business, leisure and community space and halls of residence catering for 700 students.

Both the University of Westminster and University College London are also currently accessible in under 40 minutes via Park Royal’s excellent transport links, but with the arrival of Crossrail, these times are expected to decrease significantly.

 

Discover a new home at Regency Heights, Park Royal

We currently have a selection of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments at this fantastic development, available with London Help to Buy.

Get in touch today and let us help you find the right home for you.


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