Latimer brand to be unveiled to buyers at London Home Show event

Latimer – Clarion Housing Group’s new private and Shared Ownership brand – is set to be officially unveiled to consumers for the first time at this year’s London Home Show (Saturday 18th March).

​Whether you are a first time buyer looking to get on the property ladder or are just seeking advice, the Latimer sales team urge you to visit them on stand No 1 where you will find out about our great selection of Shared Ownership homes.

One of the schemes we are showcasing at the event is East City Point – a stunning new development, designed with first-time buyers in mind.

Located in Canning Town, this scheme has over 40 contemporary homes available through Shared Ownership. The properties are mix of one and two-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom duplexes.

Buyers can get their hands on a 35 per cent share of a one-bedroom apartment for as little as £112,000 (with a full market value of £320,000). Two-bedroom duplexes start at around £163,625 (with a full market value of £467,500) for a 35 per cent share.

Canning Town is ideally located at the heart of some of London’s most dynamic districts, including Canary Wharf, Stratford and the City. This scheme is also part of a £98m regeneration project which is transforming Canning Town into the next up-and-coming part of the East End.

Tim Seward, Director of Sales and Marketing for Latimer said: “East City Point is perfect for young professionals who work in Canary Wharf or other nearby business districts, and yearn to get on to the housing ladder.

“Although Canning Town is still affordable compared to the likes of Hoxton and Shoreditch, the recent regeneration suggests that buying a home in the area also represents a wise investment opportunity.”

The homes are constructed and finished to a high standard to ensure that they are not only comfortable, but built to last. A selection of the properties even boast their own parking and terraces.

Buyers will benefit from a variety of energy efficient measures which are designed to keep fuel bills down – including a high level of insulation, low energy lighting and water saving spray taps.