A major regeneration project in Lambeth has been named as one of south London's best places to buy a home in 2018, by the London Evening Standard.
Barratt Homes’ Nine Elms Point development, which was named in the newspaper’s list of 'property hotspots', is located on the border of Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea.
The project will create 20,000 homes, 25,000 jobs, office and retail space, ahead of the Northern line extension station, Nine Elms, which is expected to open in 2020.
Nine Elms Point has seen the much publicised US embassy move from Mayfair in January, with the Dutch embassy due to follow, as well as Apple’s UK headquarters at nearby Battersea Power Station which will provide space for 1,400 employees.
The Standard also named another Lambeth scheme, London Square on Streatham Hill, as a desirable spot to buy property, with 214 flats on offer.