As a result the borough is home to Queen’s Market in Upton Park, London’s most lively and ethnically varied market which runs along Green Street, the largest Asian Shopping centre in London.
A high proportion of Newham’s residential properties particularly around the areas of Upton Park and East Ham can be found in street after street of Victorian terraced housing. Usually spanning two and sometimes three floors, these terraced houses are popular with families of all races and often extended families share one property. As the family expands, a loft conversion can be an affordable solution to overcrowding. A standard loft conversion in a Newham Victorian terraced property can accommodate two smaller bedrooms or one large bedroom and a small shower room. Some Victorian terraced properties can gain an extra two bedrooms and additional bathroom with the addition of a L Shape Dormer Conversion.
Transport in Newham has been undergoing major improvements with the extension of the Jubilee Line, the completion of the Docklands Light Railway and the installation of Stratford International Station. These improvements have greatly affected travel times into Central London, making the borough of Newham an attractive location for commuters. Residents of the borough will also benefit from the arrival of the London Olympics in 2012 including the new Westfield Shopping Centre next to the Olympic Village.
Whatever your property type and however specific your requirements, we encourage you to view our Gallery pages to see just what can be done with a loft conversion, and to gather together some ideas. We pride ourselves into the thought, careful planning and creative ideas that go into producing all of our loft conversions.
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