Whitechapel is an exciting up-and-coming district in East London and the future administrative centre of the London borough of Tower Hamlets. Situated a stone’s throw from the Tower of London, this district is set to flourish under the hands of Tower Hamlets with their Whitechapel Vision. The arrival of the Elizabeth Line, opening in 2021, will transform Whitechapel Station into a stunning new transport hub with connections to Reading, Heathrow Airport, Essex and Abbey Wood, making it one of the best-connected areas in London. E1, its postcode, also includes most of Aldgate, Spitalfields, Shoreditch and parts of Stepney and Mile End. A diverse and vibrant area, Whitechapel is destined for a bright future.
The district became part of the County of London in 1889, before which it was part of the ancient parish of Stepney, Middlesex. Whitechapel also has its spine-chilling history of the Victorian serial killer, Jack the Ripper, in 1888, and the Ronnie Kray’s murder of George Cornell in the Blind Beggar pub on Whitechapel Road in 1966. The pub was also the site of William Booth’s first sermon that led to the creation of the Salvation Army in 1865.
Whitechapel is set to become a key destination and hub for London with renovations in the next five years. The vision includes:
- 3,500 new homes by 2025 including substantial amounts of new family and affordable homes
- 5,000 new local jobs
- 7 new public squares and open spaces
- New streets and public routes
- New 21st century civic hub for Tower Hamlets
- Globally significant research campus
- Creative industries including new local media hub
- New cultural centre and community facilities
- Shopping and Leisure experience on Whitechapel Road
- Expansion and improvement of street market
- Thriving evening time economy
- Reduced crime with safer and cleaner streetsThe Masterplan involves various transformations:
- Revitalising Whitechapel Road – easier pedestrian movement
- New Civic Hub – improved range of public services in the towncentre
- Durward Street Gardens – new high quality urban quarter
- Med City Campus – expansion of health, bio-tech and life sciencesresearch
• Raven Row – residential-led development with improved links to town centre
• Cambridge Heath Gateway – redevelopment of the Sainsbury’s site with a new larger store and residential and community facilities
Average property price: £703,612 (17.6% above the London Average of £598,340).
The average sold price in Whitechapel has increased by 39.12% over the last year.
Average property prices from 2000 to 2019:
Property price range: £285,000 – £2,00,000
Average rental value: £573 per week (24.9 % below the London Average of £763 per week)
Rental price range: £445 – £1,500 per week
Whitechapel is in Zone 2 and an annual travel card to Zone 1 is £1,364.
- Whitechapel Station
- Liverpool Street Station
- Shadwell Station
- Stepney Green Station
- Limehouse StationTrains:
- District line
- Hammersmith & City line
- Circle line
- London Overground
- TfL RailWhitechapel Crossrail Station:The arrival of the widely anticipated Crossrail Station at Whitechapel at the end of 2020 will be great news for commuters into The City, Canary Wharf & Heathrow. The only station on the central line to interchange as far west as Reading and both Eastern parts of the Line in Shenfield and Abbey Wood. It is little wonder then that Whitechapel Crossrail Station was ranked 1st for potential price growth forecast due to Crossrail in JLL’s investment report case.
- Step-free from street to platform
- Bright underground spaces with curved sweeping corners to ease passenger flow
- Full height platform screen doors to separate people from tracks
- 99,000 passengers per day on the Elizabeth line (peak) 24 trains per hour (peak, each way)
- Interchange: District, Hammersmith & City, London Overground
- 25 – to Oxford Circus via Cheapside and Holborn
- 205 – to Paddington via King’s Cross and Baker Street
Education Primary Schools:
- Canon Barnett Primary School
- Harry Gosling Primary School
- Stewart Headlam Primary School
- Thomas Buxton Primary SchoolSecondary Schools:
- London Enterprise Academy
- Swanlea School
- Madani Secondary Girls’ School
- London East Academy
Things to do:
Whitechapel Gallery – a public art gallery that opened in 1901 as one of the first publicly funded galleries for temporary exhibitions in London. 2018 hosted a solo show for Mark Dion and the first major UK survey of artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset.
• Street art – beyond the gallery, Whitechapel suburb has become a vibrant exhibition of its own.
- Brick Lane Food Market – an array of colourful, delicious cuisines ranging from Spanish paella and empanadas to fresh Japanese sushi and okonomiyaki.
- Vintage shopping experience – weekend pop-up markets and permanent vintage shops to explore.
- Old Spitalfields Market – a market place for over 350 years, the market hosts almost 50 shops and stalls, focusing on local artisan products and with food and drink options too.
Our Exclusive Development –The Liberty, 116 Jubilee Street, Whitechapel, E1
We still have some last remaining opportunities at our exclusive new development in the up- and-coming area of Whitechapel owing its name to Whitechapel Bell Foundry, which was where Robert Charles ordered the Liberty Bell to be made in 1752. Sitting in the heart of East London, The Liberty is in the perfect location to make the most of the Elizabeth Line and all other Whitechapel renovations.
- 1x studio
- 4x 1bed
- 3x 2bed
- 1x 3bedPriced between £502,695 and £893,350
- 8 minutes walk to Whitechapel Station (Hammersmith & City, District & Overground)
- 8 minutes walk to the future Whitechapel Crossrail Station
- High Specification Boutique New Build
- Completion Aug/September 2020. Flexible payment structureavailable
- Leasehold, 10 year build warranty attached
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