Homes sure to be hits

by Marco Cillario Wed 26 July 2017, 3:24 pm

New homes in the Old Vinyl Factory development, Hayes, are offering residents the opportunity to live in one of west Londonís fastest developing hotspots.

Housing projects are completed in the £250 million redevelopment of the 14.5-ha site, where world-famous vinyl records were once produced at the EMI vinyl processing factory, as well as some of the first computers and TV sets. 

Build-to-rent developer Be Living is offering 119 award-winning, pet-friendly homes at the Gatefold Building at the eastern end of the site. Gatefold includes a roof terrace, an on-site property manager and secure car parking. 

At the Boiler House, developer HUB is nearing completion of 54 environmentally-conscious homes and have opened a register of interest. Constructed from sustainably sourced timber, the building is named after the heating plant that once serviced the whole site, and includes communal roof gardens and allotments. 

The Material Store is the second HUB development in the master plan and will provide 189 residential units to let, including a communal roof terrace. 

Once complete, The Old Vinyl Factory, will be home to a new community of more than 630 apartments with commercial and leisure facilities including a museum, restaurants, shops and gardens. 

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