Press Coverage Highlights: 2016


The Daily Telegraph — Luxury: 16/11/2016

The Daily Telegraph's Luxury supplement is a firm favourite amongst the West Eleven team, so to find a wonderful piece on Bakery Place was delightful. The article, entitled: 'Fleeing New York after Trumpageddon? London’s most desirable neighbourhoods are waiting', cited Bakery Place as a 'sanctuary of Englishness' and celebrated the development's Victorian exteriors and Manhatten loft-style interiors. 

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The Sun: 24/11/2016

It was smiles all round with the team when we read Amanda Cable of The Sun's Consumer Crew review of Bakery Place... "Grab yourself a slice of history with this converted Victorian bakery in Battersea, South West London. The original cobbled courtyard and Victorian markings have been preserved by developer West Eleven, which won an award for its creation of Bakery Place. Prices for the six unique homes start at £625,000." High praise indeed from another well respected journalist.



SW Resident: 30/11/2016

Continuing Bakery Place's run of fantastic news coverage, SW Resident featured a glowing write up of the development entitled 'History in the making: How an iconic Battersea landmark has been transformed to offer contemporary living'. The full page article delivered a glittering review of the unique architectural features to be found throughout the scheme.



Mail Online: 08/12/2016

We were delighted to see an in-depth feature about our Bakery Place development appearing on the MailOnline. The article — which included over a dozen images and the marketing video — did a great job of showcasing the scope and scale of the transformation.

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Property Investor Today: 28/12/2016

We were honoured to be invited to contribute to a recent feature entitled 'What to expect in 2017' by the editor of Property Investor Today. In the feature our Founder and Director Will Herrmann, offered his thoughts on the property market trends he expects for 2017.

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Dominic Philcox