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Brian Yee Group Property Announces Royal Wharf London Real Estate Development

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Brian Yee Group Property have announced a shared real estate development of over three thousand new homes to be built in the Royal Wharf Area in London, built by Oxley Holdings of Singapore.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – February 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Singapore is one of the new trading centers of the world. Since China’s rise to prominence as a trading superpower Singapore has gone from the exotic merchant hub of the naval golden age to a modern trading metropolis, and with this comes an increased demand for homes abroad as Singaporean business leaders seek to establish a base in world cities like London and New York. Brian Yee Group Property is a company that offers the newest and finest homes for executives, and has now announced 3,600 new properties will become available as part of the Royal Wharf London project.

The project will aim to provide 500m of river front living with DLR and Jubilee line services nearby and a dedicated Custom House Crossrail station slated for 2018. In addition to the 3,600 homes, there will be a new school, shops, restaurants and parks.

For those looking to own UK property, location information is fully viewable with Google Maps and Street View previews, and a high quality site plan render is available for people to get an impression of the finished development. Created by award winning architects, the site represents the largest joint venture of leasehold and freehold properties since the sale of Battersea Power Station, and will sell rapidly.

A spokesperson for BYG Property explained, “Owing to its great location and the fruitful trade talks with Mayor Boris Johnson, the Oxley Group development is the best opportunity for Singapore business leaders to establish a premium base in London, not twenty minutes outside the City of London, a world centre for trade. The property is also right by the O2 Arena where many of London’s biggest events are held, and excellent access to London City Airport to make international travel a convenient reality for those jetting back and forth. We believe this is one of the most exciting developments in years, and encourage people to reserve viewings and bookings as soon as possible.”

About BYG Property:
The BYG Property Site was established in 2013, and is a property listings site for new condo launch projects in Singapore. They are a professional and dedicated team of associates, and at Brian Yee Group (BYG) Property, their goal is to help clients make the best real estate decisions in their lives.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.bygproperty.com/

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