Barnet’s provision for schools, local amenities and access to public transport are factors that have seen the borough remain in the top 100 desirable residential locations in the UK, according to a recent housing index.
The west London borough that has a strong and dynamic vision for growth and an ambitious regeneration programme is now ranking 52, after moving up 19 spaces in CACI’s fifth annual Hot Housing Index, which is conducted in conjunction with trade publication, Property Week.
The Housing Index looks into the most desirable places to live and invest in property throughout the UK based on quality of life, affordability, local amenities, public transport, internet connectivity, and crime.
Barnet is home to a range of rejuvenation schemes with the one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe being, Brent Cross Cricklewood which will see the development of a new sustainable town for the borough. Brent Cross South is envisioned to bring the creation of a new high street south of the North Circular and the development of 6,700 new homes, commercial development and new and improved community facilities along with public spaces.
Further details about Barnet’s regeneration plans can be found here.
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