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Crossrail 2 The Stations

Crossrail 2 is a new proposed north-south rail line connecting existing National Rail networks in Surrey and Hertfordshire, with trains running through new tunnels beneath central London.  This is the second of three blogs on the impact of Crossrail 2 on the local property markets along the proposed route.  The first blog which gives an overview […]

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Buy-to-let

Savers are faced with a difficult choice at the moment with interest rates plunging towards zero – which is the better bet stocks and shares or bricks and mortar? Until April 2016 many investors were confident that the buy-to-let market was the best bet for securing a decent long term return on their savings. The […]

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Crossrail coming closer

Crossrail – Stunning Architecture Evidence that the launch of Crossrail (the Elizabeth line as it will be called) is coming closer came this week with the release of the first images of London’s new Crossrail stations. Each station on the route which will open in two years’ time has been designed by renowned architects to […]

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Impact of Crossrail on Maidenhead

We look at the impact of Crossrail on Maidenhead, particularly its impact on the property market. Maidenhead was initially the planned western terminus of Crossrail 1 but, following extensive lobbying and a strong local campaign, the decision was taken in 2014 that the western terminus would move to Reading. Nevertheless, Maidenhead, which first had a station on […]

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Buying Property on the Crossrail Route

From 2018 a new high-speed Crossrail route will cover the 75 miles from Reading in the west to Shenfield in the east, taking in 40 stations (10 new ones) and providing the first ever direct connection between all of London’s main employment centres and Heathrow airport.  Up to 24 trains an hour will run during […]

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