Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Prices revealed for transformed Olympic village properties

The prices have been revealed for the East Village properties for rent, which were home to the Olympic athletes in 2012.

Triathlon is providing the intermediate rented accommodation which promised to be roughly 20 per less than market rents.

There are 356 homes available for intermediate rent and one bedroom apartments are available from £910 per month, roughly £210 per week, two bedroom apartments are available for £1,244, roughly £287 per week, and three bedroom apartments are available for £1,688 per month, roughly £389 per week.

Annual household incomes for people interested in these properties had to be less than £66,000 for one and two bedroom homes and below £80,000 for three bedroom homes.

There are 348 properties available for shared ownership also through Triathlon with one bedroom apartments from £67,500 for a 25 per cent share, two bedroom apartments from £87,500 for a 25 per cent share and three bedroom apartments from £108,750 for a 25 per cent share.

675 social rented homes are also available with Triathlon Homes and these were allocated for residents on the housing register in Newham, Olympic host boroughs and social housing tenants who want to move from other London boroughs into Newham.

The 1,500 private rented properties in East Village, offered by Delancy and Qatari Diar, start at £310 per week for a one bedroom apartment, £370 per week for two bedroom apartments, £475 per week for three bedroom apartments and £515 per week for a four bedroom town house.

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