New homes on sale at the BBC's former Television Centre in White City and London's only Royal crescent

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The lobby where residents are expected to swan in

Television Centre, White City

From £750,000

Watch the stars come and go from the balcony of your flat by snapping up one of the latest homes released for sale at Television Centre, the former home of the BBC. Thirty new apartments designed by Stirling Prize-winning architects AHMM will be the closest properties to the three refurbished studios that the BBC plans to move back into in September 2017. The scheme is the centrepiece of an £8bn regeneration of White City, and Television Centre is set to provide 950 homes, shops, offices, a hotel and a new outpost of Soho House.

Call 020 8811 8720 or visit televisioncentre.com

500 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick

From £420,000

A rare new build development in Chiswick unveils its show apartment on Friday. Usually dominated by period properties, the scheme by Redrow will bring 59 contemporary one to three bedroom apartments, seven penthouses and family townhouses to the area. All will have underground parking and private outdoor space, while being a five minute walk away from two Tube stations, Chiswick Park and Gunnersbury.

Call Redrow London on 0203 430 6920

Brunswick Square, Bromley

From £340,000

The last new homes at a former police station went on sale today on the borders of London and Kent. Developer Berkeley Homes is hoping the 83 one and two bedroom apartments appeal to commuters looking for value for money – the scheme sits in Zone 6, taking 18 minutes to reach London Bridge by rail and 25 minutes into Charing Cross. Stretched over floors two to eight, it'll be part of a rejuvenated town centre, that is set to include a new hotel, library, swimming pool, gym, shops and restaurants.

Visit brunswicksq.co.uk or call 01689 669066.

The Park Crescent, Regent’s Park

From £3.95m

This development in the only Royal crescent in London will unveil its first show home at the Frieze London Art Exhibition this year. The houses on the Crescent were designed by John Nash in 1811 for the then Prince Regent as a Royal residence surrounded by parkland. Amazon Property, which acquired the site in 2013, has restored the homes and converted them into 20 one to four bedroom apartments and duplexes, some spanning over 4,000sqft with nearly 4m high ceilings and access to eight acres of private residents’ gardens.

Visit theparkcrescent.com

Oakhill Park, Putney

From £835,000

It’s the last chance to buy at Oakhill Park in south west London, as the last five apartments remain on sale. The scheme, by London Realty, prides itself on being eco-friendly, having been awarded gold in the International Green Apple Environmental Awards, for which it was praised in the House of Commons. Underground parking includes electric vehicle charging points, while ground source heat pumps aim to keep utility bills low. The apartments overlook gated gardens and come with private outdoor space.

Call Savills on 020 3430 6920

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