Property developer urges local residents to celebrate the area with #HelloHendon campaign. The leading property developer L&Q is officially launching the first homes for sale at The Rushgroves, a new development in Hendon.
Located adjacent to Rookery Way, The Rushgroves will comprise 387 homes, with the first one and two bedroom apartments available for outright sale, from 20-21 January 2018. The development will also include studios, three bed apartments and duplexes and four bed triplexes.
The development is conveniently located and well connected, with strong transport links, easy access to the busy Hendon town centre and local amenities including the 120-store Brent Cross Shopping Centre, as well as green spaces including the nearby Welsh Harp.
Prices for one bed apartments will begin at £377,500, while the two bed apartments will begin at £495,000. Homes available through Shared Ownership will go on sale later in 2018.
Cathy Lloyd, Sales and Customer Services Director (North Region) at L&Q said:
“We are delighted to announce the first release of homes for sale at The Rushgroves. We know Hendon is a great place to live and our vision is for The Rushgroves to create a new community that celebrates the area’s history and offers future residents an exciting place to build their lives.
“L&Q is committed to enabling the delivery of up to 100,000 new homes, The Rushgroves is just one example of how we’re going about it, creating homes and neighbourhoods we can be proud of.”
The Rushgroves acknowledges the local area’s history, with the site design based on the nearby Silk Stream. The pathway through the development meanders in a way that replicates the route of a stream and the apartment building façades are designed to enjoy the appearance of looking like water rushes.
The new development will feature several outdoor communal areas as well as commercial spaces.
To celebrate the local area L&Q is launching its #HelloHendon campaign, beginning with a partnership with Middlesex University. The partnership has seen students from the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries answer a real creative brief and develop a series of short films highlighting some of Hendon’s hidden gems. The videos will be rolled out on L&Q’s social media pages from this month, and local residents are also invited to get involved with various campaign activity.
Anyone interested in purchasing a home at The Rushgroves can visit the on-site marketing suite, by appointment only, until 20th January, from which it will be open 10am – 5pm Monday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday, 10am – 7pm Thursdays, and 10am – 4pm on Sundays; call 0333 003 3610 or visit www.therushgroves.co.uk for further information or to register their interest.