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For London. For everyone. A collection of suites, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments


London’s new village

Shops, bars, restaurants, hotel

A sustainable new community 55 hectares of open space

£1 billion of regeneration

For London. For everyone. Distinctive neighbourhoods

Lakes and wildlife

Fifteen minutes to London Bridge One of London’s largest regeneration projects

For London. For everyone. Kidbrooke Village is a completely new and vibrant London community, offering an outstanding choice of quality sustainable new homes and apartments by Berkeley. It is an exciting, challenging regeneration project, one of the largest in London, and will transform the lives of all who are connected with it. As well as homes, it will offer parks, sports facilities, shops, a supermarket, bars, restaurants, schools, healthcare and community facilities, a hotel and a new transport interchange offering rail connections to the City and West End, including London Bridge in as little as fifteen minutes.* City Point is the first opportunity to buy or invest at Kidbrooke Village, offering suites, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, adjacent to the award-winning Sutcliffe Park, with 35 acres of existing open space, wetland reserve and lake.

*Journey time is approximate only. www.tfl.gov.uk


Contents

7. For enjoying London. For enjoying life. 9. For business. For pleasure. 11. For local life. For local attractions. 13. For London life. For London links. 15. A choice of neighbourhoods. One community. 17. Capital Plaza at Kidbrooke Village. 19. For new homes. For park views. 21. For outdoor life. For your life. 23. Site Plan. 25. For quality. For choice. 27. For life. For looks. 29. For style. For function. 31. For relaxation. For luxury. 33. For night. For day. 34. Specification. 37. Designed for life. 38. Vision2020.


For enjoying London. For enjoying life. London continues to lead, amaze and inspire the rest of the world with its talent for business, finance, culture and fashion. London is unapologetically energetic and fast-paced. You will find first class

Two millennia of history manifest themselves in the buildings and streets.

restaurants, influential fashion, ground breaking arts and theatre all jostling for

From Roman walls to Victorian museums, Georgian terraces to iconic City towers,

your attention. And of course, in 2012 the eyes of the world will be focused on the

medieval churches to classical squares, London wears its past proudly on its sleeve.

Capital as the excitement of the Olympic Games unfolds.

As an international travel and business hub London also holds a key position.

The city’s more reflective side can also be experienced in its famous parks,

London’s airports together handle more passengers than any in the world by

which include Hyde Park and Regents Park. The River Thames, London’s first

far, and London continues to be regarded as a leading global centre in finance

thoroughfare, has also in recent years been largely opened up to everyone, and

and commerce.

riverside walks can be enjoyed along many stretches.

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For local life. For local attractions. Kidbrooke Village is part of London, and all of the capital’s many delights can be easily reached, thanks to convenient connections by road, rail and bus Central London can be reached in as little as fifteen minutes by train. Whether

Cutty Sark and the Meridian Line. In contrast, modern Greenwich boasts an

you’re travelling to the heart of the capital for Oxford Street shopping, West End

eclectic selection of shops, bars, restaurants, riverside pubs and a popular crafts

theatre, South Bank arts and culture, work or leisure, all is easily accessible.

and antiques market.

Closer to Kidbrooke Village, there is still more to enjoy. There is Blackheath,

Greenwich Park will also play host to some of the 2012 Olympics events. The O2

whose special character comes from its elegant Georgian streets, village shops

Centre on Greenwich Peninsula has recently been voted the world’s most popular

and restaurants, and sports clubs that include the oldest rugby and hockey clubs

music venue. Under its vast dome, sports, music, theatrical and televisual events

in the country. The huge expanse of heath gives it its name, a high point to climb

take place, with the capacity to accommodate crowds of up to 23,000.

to as you leave the city centre.

Sutcliffe Park

A little further north from Greenwich and you reach, via foot tunnel or DLR, the

Greenwich is an appealing mixture of old and new. Historic Greenwich, now

glittering towers of Canary Wharf, not so much a village but more a mini-city in its

a World Heritage Site and from 2012 London’s fourth Royal Borough, draws

own right with a thriving community of offices, shops and bars clustered around

visitors with the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, National Maritime Museum,

the iconic skyscraper dominating Cabot Square.

Computer enhanced image of Kidbrooke Village is indicative only

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For London life. For London links. Kidbrooke Village is an integral part of London, and has all the important London connections. It is linked by public transport to the West End, City, Canary Wharf and Greenwich, places of business and leisure, all within easy reach. This is why the transport interchange at Capital Plaza, the village centre, is key feature of Kidbrooke Village. Trains run from the station to London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Victoria, connecting with London Underground at these mainline stations and the DLR at Lewisham. Buses too leave from the transport interchange for destinations all over south east London, including Greenwich and Woolwich. For people who prefer to travel under their own steam, there are safe pedestrian and cycle routes running through and from Kidbrooke Village.

Bank 33 mins.

Canary Wharf 22 mins.

Stratford 40 mins.

Greenwich 13 mins.

Victoria 28 mins.

Charing Cross 23 mins.

Waterloo East 19 mins.

London Bridge 15 mins.

Lewisham 6 mins.

Journey times are approximate only. www.tfl.gov.uk Docklands Light Railway train at Canary Wharf

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1. City Point

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City Point, Blackheath Quarter, Capital Plaza and Meridian Gate all have their own special character and Cator Park will offer a tranquil, green open space in which to relax.

4. Meridian Gate

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 Kidbrooke Village will have 4,800 new homes and approximately 300,000 sq ft of commercial and retail space

The estimated cost of the Kidbrooke Village regeneration project is £1 billion

Kidbrooke Village’s total area is 109 hectares, with park and open spaces accounting for 55 hectares

Kidbrooke Village is one of the largest residential developments in London

Kidbrooke Village consists of four distinct yet integrated neighbourhoods: City Point, Blackheath Quarter, Capital Plaza and Meridian Gate, with Cator Park forming a ‘green river’ between them

Aerial view of Kidbrooke Village, indicative only.

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Capital Plaza will be the heart of Kidbrooke Village and a hub of activity for residents, easily reached on foot, by cycle or car. It is where the new transport interchange, built around Kidbrooke station, is located, providing train and bus links into central London and the surrounding areas. Convenient public transport is an important part of the sustainability strategy

A new hotel and a range of restaurants, shops, bars, cafĂŠs and a supermarket

Berkeley has put in place for Kidbrooke Village. For village residents, it simply

are also proposed, providing essential facilities on a very local basis as well

means it is easy to get around without using the car, making fast journeys into the

as high quality places for people to meet their friends and neighbours without

central London for work, shopping and socialising.

having to travel very far. The landscaped piazza provides an additional outdoor

Berkeley is also committed to providing first class facilities and services

meeting place.

for everyone at Kidbrooke Village, both today and as its population grows. These include the provision for proposed state of the art healthcare facilities, important in a community that encompasses people of all ages.

Computer generated image of Capital Plaza, Kidbrooke Village is indicative only

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For new homes. For park views. City Point represents the earliest opportunity to buy into the success of Kidbrooke Village, with the advantage of living next door to Sutcliffe Park, a Green Flag status park and nature reserve. At City Point, buyers can choose from a range of strikingly designed suites, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Private gardens and open spaces characterise the neighbourhood, drawing the greenery of Sutcliffe Park into the residential areas, and all of the homes at City Point are carefully located to make sure that residents will have the best outlook possible across the park and lake or courtyard gardens. This seamless integration of new homes and parkland means that City Point has a feeling of belonging to its surroundings from the very beginning.

Images depict Sutcliffe Park, and surrounding area Photograph of City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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For outdoor life. For your life. City Point benefits from the open green spaces of Sutcliffe Park, one of London’s best parks with coveted Green Flag status. The quaintly named River Quaggy flows through Sutcliffe Park and its lake and wetland areas support many varieties of wildlife including herons, reed warblers, dragonflies or kingfishers. Another feature of the park is the athletics track, recently upgraded with a brand new pavilion, as befits the premier athletics venue in Greenwich. Many homes at City Point have views of this treasured local park, and residents can enjoy it all year long.

View from City Point

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For quality. For choice. Choosing a home from Berkeley means the best possible combination of living space, design and specification. Our renowned quality and meticulous attention to detail is evident in every part of your new home. At City Point, each apartment or suite is planned to offer you maximum space, light, comfort and security, put together with expertise and flair. Contemporary living has never looked so good. For many of the items, including tiles, flooring and kitchen cabinets, we offer a range of options (subject to cut-off dates), allowing you to specify your personal choices* and make your new home truly unique.

* All choices are subject to cut off dates Photograph of the lobby at City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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For life. For looks. A suite or apartment at City Point is a masterpiece of modern style. The elegant walnut effect front door sets the scene; and on entering, well planned, light filled living spaces open up before you. Timber effect floors, cool white walls, glazed balconies, and fitted wardrobes to master bedrooms are just some of the elegant contemporary features that enhance your home. Heating and hot water is supplied by a communal, energy efficient source in line with Berkeley’s strict standards of sustainable design. Great consideration has been given to your personal security and Berkeley has supplied an audio visual entry system, smoke detectors, ‘Secure by Design’ apartment entrance doors, a concierge service and CCTV monitoring. The exclusive residents’ gym is another feature that enhances life at City Point.

Photography of City Point concierge, gym, show apartment interior and exterior. Photography of City Point show apartment.

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For style. For function. Kitchens at City Point are individually designed to suit the layout of the property. Berkeley offers a range of cabinets with handle-free doors for a streamlined finish, combined with the luxurious feature of granite worktops and upstands, and practical timber effect flooring in a choice of finishes.* A complete range of integrated or stainless steel appliances from premium manufacturer Bosch ensures your kitchen is as functional as it is stylish.

* All choices are subject to cut off dates Photography of show apartment at City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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For relaxation. For luxury. Perfect for a long relaxing soak or a refreshing morning shower, the bathrooms and en suites have a chic, luxurious look created by contemporary Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware, and Hansgrohe taps and fittings. This is complemented by your choice of wall and floor tiling from our selected range*, a ladder style radiator and fitted mirrored cabinet.

* All choices are subject to cut off dates Photography of show apartment at City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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For night. For day. At City Point you can enjoy a perfect night’s sleep in your well appointed bedroom. By day, you will appreciate the soft wool carpet underfoot and the fitted wardrobe* that neatly accommodates your storage requirements. A television point in the master bedroom means you can watch your favourite programmes in complete comfort.

* To master bedroom only Photograph of show apartment at City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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Specification Typical specification for 2 bedroom apartments only. Specification will vary in suites, 1 and 3 bedroom apartments. Please ask a Sales Negotiator for details. Kitchens • Individually designed layouts • Granite worktops with matching upstands and full height stainless steel splash-back to hob (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Handle-free doors (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Stainless steel undermount 1½ or single bowl sink (as appropriate) with drainer grooves to granite worktop and chrome monobloc mixer tap • Energy efficient ceiling downlighters and low voltage under wall cabinet downlights • Concealed white multi-gang appliance panel and power sockets above worktop • Timber effect floor finish (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Bosch frameless ceramic hob • Recirculating extractor hood • Bosch stainless steel fronted single oven • Brushed stainless steel fronted microwave oven • Integrated fridge/freezer • Integrated multi function dishwasher • Space saving recycling bins to undersink unit Bathrooms/shower rooms • White single ended steel bath with bath panel (options available to panel – subject to cut off dates) • Hansgrohe chrome exposed thermostatic bath/shower mixer above bath with showerhead, hose and rail • Hansgrohe chrome exposed thermostatic shower mixer with showerhead, hose and rail to shower rooms

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• Villeroy & Boch white wash hand basin with Hansgrohe chrome mixer tap • Villeroy & Boch white floor mounted WC pan with push button air operated dual-flush and concealed cistern • White acrylic shower tray with fixed clear glass screen to shower rooms • Chrome effect ladder style thermostatically controlled towel rail to bathrooms/shower rooms • Large format porcelain tiled flooring (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Large format porcelain tiles to selected walls (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Fitted wall cabinet with single mirrored door, shelves and shaver socket above basin to bathrooms/shower rooms (options available subject to cut off dates) • Extract ventilation to outside • Energy efficient ceiling downlighters • Accessories include toilet roll holder Electrical fittings • Energy efficient ceiling downlighters throughout • Lighting to hall cupboards where applicable • Television (terrestrial and Sky+) points to principal living room and bedroom • Telephone point to living room and master bedroom • White electrical fittings at high and low levels Heating • Heating and hot water to all apartments from communal system with metered supply to each apartment • Radiator panel heating throughout with individual thermostatic temperature controls • Plumbing for washer/dryer within vented utility cupboard

Interior finishes

Peace of mind

• Horizontal walnut effect finish to apartment entrance doors • White gloss painted internal doors • White painted skirtings and architraves • Polished chrome door handles throughout • Wardrobe to master bedroom with sliding doors • Timber effect finish flooring to hallway, kitchen and living room (options available – subject to cut off dates) • Carpet finish to bedrooms (options available – subject to cut off dates)

• 999 year lease • All apartments benefit from a 10 year build warranty

Balconies/terraces • Well proportioned balconies with glass/metal balustrades and timber decking or paving finish where indicated Security • Teleguard audio/visual entry via TV and domestic/ mobile phone linked to entrance door (may require telephone connection and call waiting service to be provided by purchaser) • Power and dual telephone points provided within hall cupboard for wireless intruder alarms to be fitted at a later date by purchaser • Mains supply smoke detector to hallway, heat detector to kitchen • ‘Secure By Design’ standards to apartment entrance doors to meet Metropolitan Police requirements • Lockable windows • Concierge service and monitored CCTV

Car parking • A general right to park in a non-specified space is included in the purchase price Lifts • Passenger lifts serving each core and all levels Main entrance and lift lobbies • Glass doors and feature finishes to main apartment block entrance and lift lobbies • Carpeted floors and painted walls to levels above podium • Tiled floors and painted walls to car park and podium levels External communal areas • Landscaped gardens • A management company will administer the effective operation and maintenance of communal facilities for which a service charge will be levied and apportioned to the benefit offered Options and upgrades available (subject to cut off dates) – Please see Sales Negotiator for details Your attention is drawn to the fact that it may not be possible to obtain all products as referred to in the specification. In such cases, a similar alternative will be provided. Berkeley reserve the right to make these changes as required.

Photography depicts City Point, Kidbrooke Village.

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Designed for life. Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make – the qualities that make Berkeley different mean that you can choose a new home from us with complete confidence.

Award winning and Royally recognised

Quality is at the heart of everything we do

In addition to receiving numerous awards for quality, design, sustainability and customer service, the

At Berkeley, quality is a priority, from choosing the right location and style of home, to the

Berkeley Group was awarded the 2008 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development.

construction processes we practice, the materials we use and the specifications we put into

These prestigious awards – now in their 45th year – recognise and reward outstanding achievements

those homes. For extra peace of mind, in addition to the 10 year warranty all new homes receive,

in business performance. In addition the Berkeley Group was listed as top in sector and 21st overall

Berkeley operates a 2 year policy with dedicated Customer Service teams on hand 24 hours a

in Britain’s Most Admired Companies league table in 2009.

day to deal with enquiries quickly and effectively.

Customer service is our priority

Unparalleled choice of homes in the most sought after locations

We place the highest priority on customer service and will manage the whole moving process for

As one of the UK’s leading house builders, we are able to offer our customers an unrivalled choice of

you. Our Customer Care Teams will contact you shortly after you complete, to ensure that everything

property location, size and type. From city penthouses to country retreats, modern studio apartments

in your new home is absolutely to your liking. In addition to this, you will receive around the clock

to traditional family homes, you’ll find the perfect home to match your requirements. Our homes are

‘emergency’ care to ensure that any issues you may have are dealt with both inside and outside of

also built in some of Britain’s most desirable locations from market towns and rural villages to major

normal working hours. Our homes also benefit from a ten year warranty, the first two years of which

towns and cities, and countryside to the coast – we build in the locations you want to live.

are covered by Berkeley.

A commitment to creating communities

Green living and sustainable development is top of our agenda

Berkeley’s homes and developments are not just built for today, but are designed as permanent

As a company, we are committed to reducing energy, water and waste in our offices, in the homes

enhancements to the neighbourhoods they are located in. We achieve this by our commitment to

that we are building and during the building process in line with our ‘7 Sustainability Commitments’.

excellence in design, sensitive landscaping, sympathetic restoration, and impeccable standards in

Almost all of our developments are built on brownfield land and we always take care to protect

sustainability, addressing the needs not only of our customers but their neighbours, and the broader

and enhance natural features and habitats. Increasingly our homes include features to encourage

community they are part of. It’s a long-term view; we want to create exceptional places for people to

sustainable living such as dual-flush WCs and A-rated appliances.

live, work and relax in, and promote community cohesion for today and the years to come.

The Armouries, Royal Arsenal Riverside, Woolwich

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Simply a more natural way to live Berkeley already leads the field in sustainable development, and we are now raising standards higher still with our Vision2020 initiative. When you buy a new home from Berkeley you will be sharing this commitment to a more eco-friendly way of life that has benefits for you and for the whole community all year long.

An exceptional customer experience

Greener, more economical homes

Creating sustainable communities

A commitment to the future

• Dedicated sales teams provide exceptional service throughout the whole buying process

• Use 26% less water per person than the average house*

• Close to essential amenities including schools, parks and shops

• Save around £380* per year on energy bills

• Streets that are friendly for pedestrians and cyclists as well as cars

• Berkeley pledges to reduce CO2 emissions and water consumption by 5% per year until 2012

• Our Customer Service teams ensure your new home exceeds expectations on all levels

• Reduce CO2 emissions by 76%* • Recycling bins in every home • Space for a home office • A safe place to store bicycles

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• Good access to public transport

• Safe public spaces and pedestrian routes • Homes designed to adapt to changing needs

• We also pledge to reuse or recycle over 80% of our construction, excavation and demolition waste

Some features are only applicable to selected developments. Please check with the Sales Consultant.

*Savings vary between every home. Figures based on a typical 3 bed Berkeley home achieving Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3. For further details contact: sustainability@berkeleygroup.co.uk

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