L&Q at Deptford Landings
An exciting new community - 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes available with Shared Ownership in Deptford, South London
Reserve before 30th October to pay no service charge for one year and receive £1,500 towards your buying costs*
Parkland living near Surrey Quays
L&Q at Deptford Landings is a collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom Shared Ownership homes located in Deptford, a desirable Zone 2 location close to Surrey Quays. Deptford Landings and it's surroundings come together to create a cosmopolitan community steeped in history and well connected to the rest of London. The development is situated next to Deptford Park offering 28 acres of green open space and less than five minutes’ walk from the River Thames.
- Private balcony or terrace to each home
- An exciting new residential community in a high-investment area in Zone 2
- Pet-friendly environment
- Private communal gardens for residents
- 12-minute walk from Surrey Quays Overground Station
- Cycle routes that lead you to Greenwich and Surrey Quays
Visualize your new home from the comfort of your current one via our interactive virtual tour
L&Q at Deptford Landings Virtual Tour
View our beautiful two bedroom home via our virtual online tour at Deptford Landings.
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Deptford Landings brochure
Shared Ownership with L&Q at Deptford Landings
L&Q offer all those working or living in a London Borough the chance to buy their own home through Shared Ownership at Deptford Landings with prices starting from £123,750 for a 25% share.
With every home having its own outdoor space plus communal courtyards and a number of markets, shops and parks right on your doorstep. The development is closely connected to nature and there are a number of initiatives being introduced that bring wildlife back into the area, including the planting of 300 new trees, alongside green and brown roofs.