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New developments on the market this week

The Refinery, Newham

From £120,750 for a 35 per cent share of a one bedroom flat

Live in the shadow of golden syrup factory Tate & Lyle in an up-and-coming part of east London. Part-buy, part-rent a one, two or three bedroom apartment through Shared Ownership. Sixty homes have just been released under the scheme, each with a balcony and access to a communal roof terrace. West Silvertown DLR is nearby, offering a 20 minute commute into the City, and a new pier is planned with a new Thames Clipper docking station.

shosales.co.uk/therefinery

@white, Mill Hill

From £260,000

These micro-apartments in north London have gone on sale, hoping to appeal to first time buyers and the growing contingency of people wanting to live alone. Measuring 350sqft, the seven one bedroom flats come fully furnished, with Siemens appliances, a sofa, smart TV, towels and even a kettle. Each home can be bought using the governments Help to Buy scheme with an option to purchase a share of freehold. Smart home features, such as digital doorbells and digital door locks, are also included.

020 84419555/statons.com

Landmark Place, City of London

From £1,999,999

Walk to work and live riverside on Lower Thames Street in the City of London as this Barratt London development releases its luxury penthouses to the market. A two bedroom duplex penthouse is opening up on 10 April to showcase a collection of five two-level properties, ranging from one to four bedrooms. The show apartment has been designed in Scandi netural tones with natural wood touches by interiors firm Goddard Littlefair and has a large terrace from which to admire views of the river.

barrattlondon.com

SO Resi, Barnet

From £103,750 for 25 per cent

More Shared Ownership homes are on sale to part-buy, part rent with the option to increase your share to full ownership in Totteridge and Whetstone, north London. One, two and three bedroom apartments are on sale through the affordability scheme, with concierge access – unusual for Shared Ownership properties. Private balconies and patios aRead More – Source

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