Fairview New Homes

Founded in 1961, Fairview New Homes is a property developer. They build detached family homes and city apartments in well-connected locations across London and also the Home Counties. Their developments vary from small collection of homes in village locations to large regeneration projects of hundreds of apartments. In addition, Fairview New Homes aims to always engage with and support the communities where it builds new homes. The company's community engagement has included visiting schools to talk to children about the company and the housebuilding industry as well as making donations to community initiatives and groups. Fairview New Homes developments You can find out more about Fairview New Homes properties on HomeViews. Listed developments include the new Rhythm, Pulse as well as, Edition. Situated in the popular North London suburb of Colindale. Also on HomeViews, the contemporary, high-spec Phoenix, that resides beside the Limehouse Cut. Reviews “There are a range of people living in Pulse Development, families, singles and couples and in the two years that my boyfriend and I have rented, there has been a number of new commercial units that have opened. This includes two supermarket local stores, 3 restaurant/ cafes a gym, a chain coffee shop and a bakery. With more units to come. The apartment that we rent is furnished to a very good standard.” – Kate L, resident at Pulse You can read reviews from residents of Fairview New Homes developments by clicking on the properties below. Moreover, if you live in a Fairview New Homes development, click here to review your home.

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"Well maintained by the property management - windows are regularly cleaned and the garden is tendered to regularly."

SBRhythm, NW9

"The homes come with very large storage rooms which is very useful in a flat"

KatVenue, SE20

"Our favourite thing about the flat is our south facing balcony overlooking limehouse cut"

KirstiePhoenix, E14

Developments by Fairview New Homes

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NewHayes, UB3

3.96

(46 reviews)

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Regency Heights, NW10

3.98

(38 reviews)

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Edgwarebury Manor, HA8

3.72

(19 reviews)

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Kingston East, KT3

3.93

(14 reviews)

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Brentwood Acres, CM13

4.47

(3 reviews)

£575,000-£750,000

3, 4 beds

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Latest Reviews

3.88

476 total reviews

Stats

Overall

3.98

Facilities

3.68

Design

3.98

Location

4.29

Value

3.88

Management

3.33

Viewing 1-5 out of 476
Promising but unfinished and disappointing.

Alex S (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Edgwarebury Manor, HA8

Mar 2024

Overall good location and has the necessity’s and also great views of london. Design wise could have been better: stingy on kitchen cabinets for the couple of apartments that have straight kitchens instead of L shapes - only given 2 30cm wall cabinets with 1200cm open wall space, heating is not efficiently place - all radiators placed centrally and not near windows to trap cold air, could have been more thought out and had underfloor heating put in. Silly to put neighbours window right next to terrace railing - no privacy for either, room layout of windows and sockets poor - why would you put a bed headboard against a window? Building/ property management quite poor, no leeway to those who follow the rules and no enforcement to those who don’t. Response not always given and a lot of times seem to be giving false answers to avoid responsibilities.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

There aren’t any local bars or restaurants unless you walk to the main highstreet, however this does make the estate quiet. Good transport links into central. Parking has been a bit of a nightmare where people park where they want despite being told when purchasing the properties no street parking. Also, bins regularly don’t get collected due to naive residents and it’s residents that have taken action against other residents to try and stop extra charges been applied not the management company.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

Be prepared to be cold in winter unless you are okay with spending lots of money on heating.

What is the best feature of your home:

The amount of nature light from the windows, which ultimately gives the best views surrounding the property, especially the terrace over looking North West London.

3

Facilities

3

Design

5

Location

3

Value

2

Management


Very convenient location

Kris (Owner)

Verified Resident

NewHayes, UB3

Feb 2024

Generally very positive, however there are certain aspect that could be improved such as lifts - the lifts are often broken and need repairs, also their security system does not make sense. It would be nice if there was a gym or other benefits of the building

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

Very convenient location, there are are a lot of shops and walking distance to the train station, which is very important

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

I wish I knew how noisy the area gets next to the busy road

What is the best feature of your home:

Quality of living, freshness of new home, appliances in the kitchen

3

Facilities

3

Design

3

Location

4

Value

3

Management


A local community with cosmopolitan links

Camilo (Owner)

Verified Resident

NewHayes, UB3

Feb 2024

The overall design of the development provided a pleasant feeling upon arrival, particularly if coming from the back (Chalfton Road), where the whole shape and texture can be appreciated. the facilities are goo, with a convenient bicycle storage and the recent addition of a Jujutsu gym gives it a nice community vibe. The building management the developer has been outstanding ly good in dealing quickly with guarantee issues in my flat. Unfortunately, the property management company has not been equally good, often taking some time to respond to queries and adopting a generally patronising or defensive tone in communications. Much more would be expected considering their service charges.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

The area has a bit of everything while maintaining a local vibe. It counts with all essential services such as different banks, a range of small and large (albeit further away) supermarkets, green areas and places of worship for different faiths. Transport to central London is really good with the Elizabeth line and the possibility of accessing Heathrow affordably with a local bus is a massive plus for someone who travels often. The Great Western Railway also has great connections to the west of England and Wales. The street can be a bit noisy due to speeding cars.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

The big roads, avenues and warehouses in the nearby area can feel somehow inhospitable, particularly for those of us who prefer to move around walking. It takes some time to find nice areas to walk around or share with the community.

What is the best feature of your home:

The good transport links paired with the prices and sense of a local community. The new looks and finishing also contribute a fair deal to a pleasant living experience.

4

Facilities

5

Design

5

Location

4

Value

2

Management


Worth the money

Upma saraswat (Owner)

Verified Resident

NewHayes, UB3

Feb 2024

It is worth the money. I liked the floor plan and the way it has been designed. The rooms are bigger than other flat. But in some cases, better material can be used. There is no gym or swimming pool facilities which I miss but we have leisure centre in hayes town that can be utilised

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

I like hayes area as it has variety of shops and convenience stores. The station is also pretty close from my building. Overall, It’s pleasant

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

That there are no parks very near to my place There are few small garden spaces but I have to go but far for a big park

What is the best feature of your home:

Spacious rooms and foyer space area And a big window in the bathroom

4

Facilities

4

Design

4

Location

5

Value

4

Management


A good purchase

Vivek Kb (Owner)

Verified Resident

NewHayes, UB3

Feb 2024

I like the way flats are designed with foyer space which gives some privacy when you open door. There are not much facilities available such as gym and any activity area except a small garden inside the compound for kids and to sit which is pleasant and quite

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

Good - Hayes and harlington station is very close and many good outlet options to select from Bad- shopping complex is bit far

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

That the parking spaces are limited and I had to buy parking from opposite building space

What is the best feature of your home:

That it has open kitchen and lots of space and big empty wall that can be filled according to our wish

4

Facilities

4

Design

4

Location

4

Value

4

Management


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