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In a week that saw the last penthouse sold at Langham Homes’ The Exchange development in New Malden; two houses have also been sold at Foxglove Meadows
With the last remaining luxury penthouse apartment now reserved, all the apartments
at Langham Homes’ popular The Exchange are now sold.
Times have changed immeasurably in the Berkshire town of Slough since the days of ‘the BBC television series The Office’ when many considered it grey and boring or when the area was described as soulless and messy by poet John Betjeman in his 1937 poem ‘Slough’.
As the Coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated very effectively over the past year, achieving high rates of effective disinfection on a routine and sustained basis has become more difficult in public areas due to ever-increasing microbial resistance.
Hardworking NHS junior doctor Zsaki Sidhu who’s 32 has recently purchased his first home at Langham Homes’ popular Pavilion Park development in Hurst Lane, East Molesey.
Today’s announcement to extend the Stamp Duty holiday for a further three months by Chancellor Rishi Sunak is a welcome stimulus to maintain activity in the property market says Tony K. Pidgley, Managing Director of Windsor-based Langham Homes.