L&Q - Barking Riverside Shared Ownership, IG11

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1 & 2 bedroom apartments available from £62,500 with Shared Ownership at the award-winning Barking Riverside

Fielders Quarter at Barking Riverside
A landmark development for London along the banks of the River Thames. Barking Riverside is a joint venture between L&Q and The Mayor of London, and is one of Europe’s largest brownfield developments, covering an impressive 443 acres, alongside 2km of beautiful south-facing River Thames frontage.

The master plan will deliver 10,800 new homes, the brand new Barking Riverside Overground station, as well as commercial, retail and leisure facilities. This pioneering project will incorporate Envac, one of Europe’s largest automated waste disposal systems. New schools, parks and river walkways will all become home to an estimated 30,000 people at this former 1920’s power station site. Fielders Quarter has a collection of Shared Ownership homes available at this award-winning development. Offering a variety of layouts and styles, each home will bring together a perfect blend of comfort, architecture and design.

London’s only district to adopt the NHS Healthy New Town initiative, Barking Riverside is set to incorporate a wide range of health measures, such as an on-site GP surgery, designed to help the residents to live longer, healthier, happier lives. A key element of the initiative is the network of cycle routes, located along the river and through every stage of the development.

Reach Fenchurch Street in 15 minutes

Reach Canary Wharf in 18 minutes

REach Liverpool Street in 22 minutes

Key Features
Set alongside 2km of stunning Thames River frontage

Thames Clippers is extending its river bus RB1 route to Barking Riverside, with the new pier expected to open in the winter of 2021

4.5km extension to Barking Riverside, from the Tilbury Loop line between Barking and Dagenham Dock stations

Home to Riverside Primary school with excellent results