Forest Gate

Forest Gate

Originator: propertypartner

Forest Gate, London, E7 Address: 2 Grebe Close Building type: 2 Bedroom House Tenure: Freehold

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Investors paid 35.78p per share in the New Listing for this property, and it became available on the Resale market October 29th 2015.


Standing in a cul-de-sac, close to three parks and Forest Gate’s upcoming Crossrail station – this house is very well located. It also benefits from the regeneration seen in Stratford, thanks to the London 2012 Olympics.

We believe that the area of Forest Gate has a compelling investment case, based on these three factors:

  • Crossrail will start running from Forest Gate station in 2019. Crossrail is currently Europe’s largest construction project and JLL forecasts property price growth of +41% between the end of 2014 and the end of 2020, in the area around Forest Gate station. This house is only 500m from the station.
  • A highly attractive location, within walking distance of three parks, three stations and the amenities of Stratford. Liverpool Street, in the heart of London’s financial district, is only 15 minutes’ journey from Forest Gate station and key roads including the A406 ring road are close by.
  • Being next to the area of Stratford, which has seen substantial regeneration and infrastructure investment in the run-up to the London Olympics in 2012.

You can read more on the investment case here .

Robert Weaver

Director of Property
Global Director of Residential Property at RBS
Fund Manager, running £500m residential portfolio at Invista Real EstateMember of the British Property Federation’s Residential Committee

Ed Wray

Non-executive Director
Co-founder, Betfair
Non-executive director of Funding Circle and LMAX Exchange
Vice President J.P. Morgan & Co

Neil Rimer

Non-executive Director
Co-founder, Index Ventures
Non-executive director of companies including Funding Circle and Stack Exchange
Board member of Human Rights Watch

Thomas Remmert

Chief Architect
20 years’ experience in scalable web development
Technical Due Diligence advisor for Octopus Ventures
Architect of Comdirect Bank’s online trading system

Jo Oliver

Non-executive Director
Director at Octopus Ventures
Non-executive director of companies including SwiftKey and Amplience Managing Director, Oliver Woodworth (property development company)

Justin Hubble

General Counsel
General Counsel and Director of Legal & Compliance at Betfair
Betfair from startup to IPO
Over 20 years as a lawyer in private practice and in-house

Nick Hagen

Sports Operations Director at Betfair
COO Sports Betting at GTECH

Daniel Gandesha

Founder and CEO
Corporate Venture Capital at Sky Plc
M&A advisor at Sky Plc and KPMG
Chartered Accountant and FCA Authorised Person

Warren Bath

M&A Director at Sky Plc
Investment Banking Advisory at Morgan Stanley
Chartered Accountant


Investors: 690

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