WLR previously posted on the analysis of Romans, a local estate agent, on the property market in Windsor. This post looks at their analysis on the effect that WLR itself will have.
Romans of Windsor have given their assessment of property prices in Windsor. They say: Windsor is regularly voted one of the top places to live and work in the UK. The Telegraph, Metro, ThisIsMoney and Country Life have all placed Windsor within their top 20s and many more recommend it for its vibrant lifestyle
The Telegraph reports: Property prices within a 10-minute walk of central London Crossrail stations have risen by more than 30% since the project was announced in 2008. The growth in values was 8% greater than wider improvements for central London, according to a study by estate agent Knight Frank.
The Windsor Link Railway strongly supports the rejuvenation of Maidenhead. The video above, released for the well-attended event held at Adobe last week, shows why it is so exciting for local businesses and residents. Maidenhead and the area around it is an economic powerhouse. Much of its success has been built on great connectivity to London. However, much of this is at or near to capacity, including both the fast rail lines to London and the M4, which threatens future growth. Crossrail will be
According to GVA, one of the UK's largest independent property consultants, property prices along the Crossrail route will increase by 25%. That's great news for towns such as Maidenhead and Slough. It's also great news for Windsor as it demonstrates the value that can be created by better transport infrastructure, not just for jobs but also for house owners. The Windsor Link Railway would have an even greater effect on house prices in Windsor with the triple benefits of faster links to south London,