New shared ownership homes launching at The Quarry, Erith

PUBLISHED: 16:04 17 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:04 17 August 2018

CGI of The Quarry, Erith. Picture: The Quarry

CGI of The Quarry, Erith. Picture: The Quarry


A new collection of shared ownership properties at The Quarry are set to be launched for sale this weekend.

The new phase of homes to be released on Saturday August 18 will comprise 16 two-bedroom maisonettes and 11 three-bedroom houses.

Located in the heart of Erith, The Quarry is a collection of around 600 homes and a state-of-the-art primary school.

The development is set to breathe new life into the disused quarry which has lain neglected for the past 40 years.

It will establish high quality, considered living, along with educational and community spaces to build on the ecology of the site.

All homes at The Quarry, including shared ownership properties, will offer generous living and outdoor spaces, and benefit from large floor-to-ceiling windows that maximise views and natural light. Additional features include fitted contemporary appliances and underfloor heating.

Lucy Chitty, sales and customer services director for L&Q’s south region, said: “We are delighted to offer a further range of affordable homes with Shared Ownership at The Quarry.

“The Quarry will offer a wonderful community for families and young couples looking for a place to put down roots.

“We hope that these shared ownership properties will enable more first-time buyers to take that first step on to the property ladder and purchase a home that will serve them and their families’ needs for many years to come.”

Following the first sell-out release of shared ownership homes last year, this second release doubles the number offered at The Quarry, with a total of 54 properties offered through the scheme since sales began.

Furthermore, the London Help to Buy 40pc equity loan is available on all eligible private sale homes at The Quarry.

Prospective residents can find out more about the shared ownership homes by visiting and follow the development on Facebook and Twitter.

The Quarry marketing suite is open Thursday - Monday 10am - 5pm and Sunday 10am - 4pm.


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