Barking and Dagenham Reside is a company set up by Barking and Dagenham Council to provide quality and affordable housing to local people.
We offer brand new homes, built to the highest standard and available for affordable rent. You can rent a Reside home for 20 per cent less than the market rate.
The majority of homes are only available to people who are in employment. Reside aims to help those who can’t afford to get on the housing ladder, but find it difficult to access social housing. If you feel trapped in expensive privately rented property, Reside is for you.
Barking and Dagenham Reside is wholly owned by Barking and Dagenham Council, so you will enjoy peace of mind and the security of a five year tenancy. Compare this with the six or 12 months tenancies that are typical elsewhere.
Reside offers, a mixture of three and four bedroom houses and one, two and three bedroom apartments, split across a number of excellent sites in Barking.
Abbey Road is within walking distance of Barking Train station, with its underground and Mainline connections, allows quick and easy access to Central London, as well as into Essex. There are a wide range of high street supermarkets, leisure facilities and parks within walking distance. Abbey Road offers stunning views into London, across the River Roding.
William Street Quarter lies in the heart of Barking Town Centre with its shops, market and businesses. It’s just a five minute walk to Barking Railway Station with connections to two Tube lines, and a 15 minute rail connection with London Fenchurch Street.
Thames View Quarter is a short ride from Barking Town Centre using the new East London Transit. It is a stone’s throw from the new Barking Riverside community, featuring new schools, shops, health and leisure facilities.
TO REGISTER and get more information about affordable housing in the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, please visit: www.affordablelettings.london
You are a few short steps away from moving into one of London’s most up and coming areas.
The new Barking and Dagenham Reside development in Thames View East has welcomed its first tenants, just in time for Christmas. Councillor Cameron Geddes, council Cabinet Member for Regeneration, met one of the first tenants in her new house in Crouch Avenue, Barking, on Friday. Yusra Seef is renting a four bedroom Reside house and […]
An east London council is taking a novel approach to helping young people who can neither get on the housing ladder nor get access to a council home. Barking and Dagenham Council is building 477 homes for affordable rent, and has set up an independent company called Barking and Dagenham Reside to market, manage and […]
@GeriBrown14 We have a few three bedroom properties left at Thames View. All of the 4 bedrooms have been let.