100% RESERVED – APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

London Living Rent is a new GLA scheme for middle-income households who are currently renting and want to build up savings to purchase their own home. With London Living Rent, tenants will rent their home from L&Q at a subsidised rate, and put their rental savings towards a deposit to buy their home, either outright or through Shared Ownership, making home ownership in London a realistic prospect for the many families who feel priced out of the London property market.

Arranged around communal landscaped gardens with a children’s play area, all homes at the Sugar Works benefit from a fully fitted kitchen with quartz worktops and integrated Siemens appliances. Open plan living areas offer generous fitted storage space with fitted blinds to all windows, leading to spacious fully-tiled bathroom suites. Residents additionally benefit from an on-site concierge service, and are just moments walk from local conveniences including Sainsbury supermarket.

Located in London’s Royal Docks, The Sugar Works at Royal Wharf is a one minute walk from Pontoon Dock DLR station in Zone 3, with excellent connections to Stratford, Canary Wharf and the City all in under 20 minutes. The Sugar Works is open to applicants who are currently renting a home in any London Borough.

Applications for this scheme are now closed.

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In order to be eligible for this scheme, applicants must register their interest in this scheme and be eligible according to the eligibility requirements.

Due to high demand and a thorough application process, we are unable to accept telephone calls for this scheme. Please register your interest and we will contact you if you meet our criteria. 
Terms and conditions apply.

Images depict the L&Q show homes.

In order to be eligible for this scheme, applicants must register their interest in this scheme and be eligible according to the eligibility requirements.

The Sugar Works at Royal Wharf, E16

100% RESERVED
Close to Pontoon Dock DLR
Option to purchase in the future