Southall Village - by the canal
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About Southall Village

Southall Village is an exciting regeneration project in the heart of Southall, west London. Close to Hanwell and Ealing, Southall is a lively area loved for its vibrancy and rich history. Southall Village will create a new neighbourhood, combining modern, well-conceived housing with redesigned open spaces, shops and leisure facilities.

Its enviable location near both a new park and the canal allows for unbeatable views and outside spaces to relax and unwind.

Parkside Living

The parkside homes face onto the new park, a glorious open space rich with mature trees and attractive planting. The perfect setting to relax with friends and connect with neighbours.

Dockside Living

Southall Village’s dockside homes overlook Maypole Dock, a secluded leafy ribbon of the Grand Union Canal abundant with wildlife.

Canalside Living

With the famous Grand Union Canal on the doorstep, Southall Village offers contemporary canalside living. This watery escape provides a peaceful setting with pretty views.

The Masterplan

With the famous Grand Union Canal on the doorstep, Southall Village offers contemporary canalside living. This watery escape provides a peaceful setting with pretty views.

History

In the 1830s, the launch of the Great Western Railway fuelled commercial growth in Southall. Many factories were built including the Martin Brothers’ ceramic factory. From here the brothers produced their distinctive pottery, which is now highly collectible.

-A margarine works followed in 1894. At its peak it was the largest producer of margarine in the world. The Quaker Oats Company opened a factory in 1936. It is still in operation today – albeit under different ownership – and known locally as the Sugar Puff Factory.

Southall is also famously the backdrop for the well-known film Bend it Like Beckham, which launched actress, Keira Knightley’s career. It was also home to Southall Studios, one of the earliest British film studios. Opened in 1924 it produced dozens of feature films up until its closure in 1958.

Shared ownership

Shared Ownership offers a more affordable way for eligible buyers to get on to the property ladder. It is a part buy/part rent scheme which allows you to buy a share of a new build property and pay a monthly rent on the remaining share.

You can normally buy up to a 75% of the property, however a minimum percentage may apply on certain developments. The combined monthly cost of your rent and your mortgage value will usually be less than buying the property outright.

Help to buy

With a Help to Buy: Equity Loan the Government lends you up to 40% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and a 55% mortgage to make up the rest. You won’t be charged loan fees on the 40% loan for the first five years of owning your home.

Equity loans are available to first time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move. The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price tag of up to £600,000. You won’t be able to sublet this home or enter a part exchange deal on your old home. You must not own any other property at the time you buy your new home with a Help to Buy: Equity Loan.