Paul is the Partner for Abbey Wood, Thamesmead and the surrounding areas. He has worked as an estate agent within the Bexley and Greenwich Boroughs since 2006 and has excellent knowledge of the local area. Over fourteen years in the industry has given Paul a broad skill set encompassing Property Valuation, Sales, Sales Progression and Lettings, and he prides himself on delivering a high standard of customer service. In his spare time, he enjoys tending to his allotment, photography, playing the guitar, and day trips out with his wife.
Paul predominantly covers the Abbey Wood, Thamesmead and Belvedere towns in South East London. These areas include the Co-Op Estate, Upper Abbey Wood, Bostall Heath, Belvedere Park, Nuxley Village, Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere, and the four parts of Thamesmead which include North Thamesmead, South Thamesmead, Central Thamesmead, and West Thamesmead. What was once an overlooked part of South East London, Abbey Wood, Thamesmead and Belvedere have significant ongoing investments in improving infrastructure for commuters, pedestrians, buses, as well as investment in youth projects, health and social care, education and improving recreational outdoor space creating a vibrant neighbourhood.
A quieter suburb away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but with excellent transport links, especially with the Elizabeth Line now open, offering up to 12 more trains per hour during peak times. People are drawn to this area for a variety of reasons, and there are several talking points that make it unique including the abundance of outdoor space including historic woodland, and abundance of lakes, canals, abbey ruins, and various sociable and community events and projects. This access to the outdoors so close to the action is part of Abbey Wood’s appeal. When it comes to evening and weekend downtime, there’s plenty to enjoy and explore in the areas, including Lesnes Abbey ruins and gardens, Lesnes Woods, Bostall Woods, Southmere Lake, Birchmere Lake, Canals, the River Thames (and Thames Path), Crossness Nature Reserve, Franks Park, village markets, resident and community events and gatherings.
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