4 Pocket Living developments of compact homes in north London

Pocket's Fermoy Road development in Maida Vale, which was completed in 2012 and has since won two aw

Pocket's Fermoy Road development in Maida Vale, which was completed in 2012 and has since won two awards - Credit: Archant

Pocket Living is a private developer which builds 38sq m, one bedroom flats, and sells them to single people or couples at 20 per cent less than their market value.

A Pocket Living flat floor plan

A Pocket Living flat floor plan - Credit: Archant

The flats, often referred to as micro or compact homes, are only available to first-time buyers living or working in the same borough as the development, and earning in the region of £30,000 to £66,000, which is too much to qualify for social housing, but often too little to buy outright in the open market.

Pocket Living have two developments currently under construction in Camden

Oak Grove: 13 flats. Sales to be launched end of May 2015.

CGI of Pocket Living development, Oak Grove, Camden, which is under construction. Flats will be on s

CGI of Pocket Living development, Oak Grove, Camden, which is under construction. Flats will be on sale from the end of May - Credit: Archant

Willingham Terrace: 18 flats. Sales to be launched end of 2015.

CGI of Pocket Living development Willingham Terrace, Camden. Sales to be launched end of 2015

CGI of Pocket Living development Willingham Terrace, Camden. Sales to be launched end of 2015 - Credit: Archant

Previous developments in north London are full or sold out, but are worth keeping an eye on as people are bound to move on.


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Geoff Marsh Court, Kentish Town

To read our interview with a Pocket Living flat owner and the company’s design director click here and to register your interest in a Pocket flat go to pocketliving.com

Pocket Living develepment, Geoff Marsh Court, Kentish Town

Pocket Living develepment, Geoff Marsh Court, Kentish Town - Credit: Archant

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