Let to Newham Council – Area Guide

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Already home to sites like West Ham United FC and the ExCel Centre, the East London Borough of Newham is expected to see population growth of 91,000 between 2015 and 2039.

It’s a statistic that is perhaps befitting of the borough’s motto of “Progress with the People”, as the area is set to see growth in not only the number of people living there, but also the number of local amenities. Newham is currently experiencing an incredibly high rate of urban regeneration, prompted by the 2012 Summer Olympics and the development of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. There are a number of libraries, museums, parks and schools in Newham and further expansion is set to regenerate this area.

 
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Why invest in Newham?
Although Newham was previously a borough that has been home to high levels of deprivation, the local economy has turned around considerably over the past five to ten years.

Levels of poverty and unemployment have shrunk, with Newham experiencing the second-biggest drop in deprevation levels in the country. However, the borough is still home to the highest social rents in the country, with the average rent being £128.89 a week (ONS). While this is at the moment higher than the average weekly income (£111.10), this could change as new developments in the area are creating more and more jobs. There is a great deal of land available for which there are plans in place for development, and there is a great deal being done to boost local employment. According to the local council, an estimated £22 billion will have been invested by 2025, delivering over 100,000 new jobs in the process. It is also expected that 35,000 new homes are going to be developed, and with the extension of the Crossrail project, residents can reach the city centre for work with ease. Development in areas such as the East Village and Westfield Shopping Centre has created more jobs and provided residents with more in the way of local shopping and entertainment too. Property prices locally have risen by 11.4 per cent annually bringing the average house price to £337,474, a figure substantially less than the London-wide average of £530,409 (Land Registry, February 2015). This provides investors with a great opportunity to buy in what can be considered a promising emerging market.

At Central Housing Group, we are able to help you with renting your property to Newham Council in areas throughout the Borough including Beckton, Canning Town, Custom House, Cyprus, East Ham, Forest Gate, Little Ilford, Manor Park, Maryland, Mills Meads, North Woolwich, Plaistow, Plashet, Silvertown, Stratford, Temple Mills, Upton Park, Wallend & West Ham. These areas encompass the following postcodes E3, E6, E7, E12, E13, E15, E16 & E20.
With our help, you can let your property to the council, to one of the many families living in London, and take advantage of our Guaranteed Rent Scheme to protect your investment.

Let to Newham Council
By working with Central Housing Group, a highly respected and award-winning letting agent, you can let your property to Newham Council or another London Council.

We can guarantee rent payments for up to five years, and our experienced property portfolio managers can assist landlords with all aspects of day-to-day management of properties as well.

To learn more about the benefits of ‘renting to a London council’ with Central Housing Group, contact us today.

When you choose to rent your property through us, your rental income is guaranteed. Our service makes your rental journey stress-free – we take care of your investment on a day-to-day basis and will even deal with your tenants, so you don’t have to. We have provided our services to hundreds of landlords since we established our business in 2000 – have a look at what some of them have to say about us and take the next step in letting your property to Newham Council.

With just a short, online form, you can request a free rental valuation for your property so you can see what income you could be making from it. As guaranteed rent specialists, we will give you an honest valuation and have your property let to the council quickly and efficiently. As a trusted and well-established letting agent, your property and income is in safe hands.

 

List of areas we cover

London Boroughs:
Letting to Barking & Dagenham Council
Letting to Barnet Council
Letting to Brent Council
Letting to Ealing Council
Letting to Enfield Council
Letting to Haringey Council
Letting to Harrow Council
Letting to Havering Council
Letting to Hillingdon Council
Letting to Hounslow Council
Letting to Newham Council
Letting to Redbridge Council
Letting to Waltham Forest Council
Hertfordshire Councils:
Letting to Broxbourne Borough Council
Letting to Hertsmere Borough Council
Letting to Welwyn & Hatfield Borough Council

 

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