27 Jan

Urban regeneration near London 2012

Urban regeneration near London 2012

Many areas of the country will benefit from an influx of foreign visitors this year, as the Olympic Games and the related media circus rolls in and out of the country between July 27th and August 12th of this year.

However, why not live somewhere where the benefits of the Olympics can be seen more clearly than in most other areas? Such a location can be discovered if you happen to be looking for property for sale in Plaistow.

Plaistow is a town in the East London borough of Newham, and is located near to West Ham and Green Street.

The area is mostly an urban development, ideal at the moment for those who are looking to work in the city of London without having to pay the city centre living premiums that are associated with life in such a massive settlement near to amenities and places of work.

The fact that Plaistow is ideally located on the underground system, with its own station named Plaistow Underground. The station is positioned on both the District and the Hammersmith and City lines, and acts as an ideal way to reach the city centre.

However, perhaps the most attractive aspect of Plaistow for this year is how it will be affected by the location of the Olympics. The biggest sporting event on the globe is being held in nearby Statford, which means that many of the visitors to the games will see the area, and perhaps regeneration will become a big part of turning it into a less urban area.

For those who see the Olympics as a great chance to see some of the world's top sportsmen and women in action as well, Plaistow is but a hop, step and a jump away from where all the action will be taking place.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801277297-ADNFCR

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