Summer Living at The Overdraught

Now the days are getting lighter and longer, L&Q’s new canal side development in Haggerston is the place to be when British summertime starts heating up.

Whether taking a stroll, going for a jog, or riding your bike, the towpath, which runs alongside Regent’s Canal and directly past The Overdraught, is an ideal traffic-free passage into central London. 

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First Phase of Homes Launched at The Overdraught

The first phase of boutique homes at L&Q’s new Haggerston development, The Overdraught, launched this Saturday, 22nd April.

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Win a 15 day pass to Trip Yoga in Haggerston!

To celebrate the launch of our new homes at The Overdraught on 25th March, we are offering you the chance to win a 15-day pass to Trip Yoga, Haggerston!

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Time for Flexible Fitness

The Overdraught makes fitting in flexible fitness that little bit easier, ideally located just a short walk to a wide range of clubs, gyms and activity centres, the L&Q team have rounded up their three favourites to try out

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The Overdraught – Canal Side Living

Launching nine luxury homes overlooking the Regent’s Canal in Haggerston this spring, L&Q’s new development is set to bring contemporary architecture and a modern finish to East London. Located in popular Haggerston, the nine new homes will sit on the site of a historic Irish pub of the same name, with the curved façade of the new building a clear nod to its heritage.

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An urban metropolis

Located right in the heart of up-and-coming area, Haggerston, The Overdraught is also ideally positioned close by its better known neighbourhoods Hoxton, Dalston and Shoreditch.

Out & about

A new multi-use space, called Echos, launches in Haggerston courtesy of the team behind London promoters Soundcrash. Carefully crafted to have an intimate feel, the venue has one of London’s best sound systems.

About L&Q

L&Q is one of the UK’s leading housing associations and one of London’s largest residential developers. We own or manage over 90,000 homes in London and the South East.