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Property: Get your house hunting off to a great start with a look at the latest launches

Huntley Wharf, Reading, Berks, RG1

From £307,500

When complete, this development — on the site of the former Huntley & Palmers biscuit factory in the heart of the town — will consist of 765 one, two and three-bed apartments. Homes are designed to reflect the industrial heritage and many incorporate a balcony or terrace overlooking the River Kennet. huntleywharf.co.uk

Kilners Grange, Tongham, Surrey, GU10

From £434,995

Less than two miles from Aldershot station, these three, four and five-bed houses are available to reserve off-plan. Purchasers are given a number of design options — such as selecting kitchens and tiles — and the properties are easily adaptable for WFH, with a designated study or generously sized spare room. dwh.co.uk

The Hawthorns, Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, HP22

Three-bed houses from £430,000

This month sees the launch of a range of two- to five-bedroom houses located in a charming Chilterns village, which benefits from good schools and a station with direct trains into Marylebone station. Turfed front gardens, bicycle storage, private car parking and a choice of kitchen units and bathroom tiling are all provided. abbeynewhomes.co.uk

Blackhorse View, Walthamstow, E17

Expected to start from £315,000

There are 350 studio, one, two and three-bed apartments being launched this Saturday in a partnership between Barratt London and TfL, with 50 per cent affordable housing from L&Q. The Zone 3 scheme is opposite Blackhorse Road station and enjoys views over Walthamstow Wetlands and Lee Valley Park. barrattlondon.com

Aspect Apartments, Canary Wharf, E14

From £150,250 for a 25 per cent share of £601,000

A collection of 26 one-bed shared ownership apartments in the Wardian London development, which consistas of two modernist waterside towers. Each home has floor-to-ceiling windows, a sleek, handleless, fully integrated kitchen, built-in bedroom wardrobes and a balcony. nhgsales.com

Twelve Trees Park, West Ham, E16

From £385,000

More than 50 per cent of this well-connected new neighbourhood is dedicated to green spaces, and it will eventually provide more than 3,800 homes plus shops, restaurants and a central wifi-enabled park. Studio, one, two and three-bed apartments are for sale in Evergreen Point, the first building unveiled. berkeleygroup.co.uk

The Tramyard, Balham, SW17

From £799,995

Garden Villas is the latest phase in Joseph Homes’ development on Balham High Road. Spread across two floors, it consists of five two-bed and one three-bed spacious split-level homes with en suites, their own balconies off bright kitchens and dining areas and private patio spaces. tramyard-balham.co.uk

Prosperous Apartments, Forest Hill, SE23

From £475,000

There’s an abundance of riches inside this boutique scheme of seven one, two and three-bed apartments, at the end of a private mews. Features include oak flooring, sliding doors out to their own garden or terrace, and smart heating and lighting systems. hamptons.co.uk

St Michael’s Hurst, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts, CM23

From £309,995

The final tranche of homes in the current phase of this new community is made up of two-bed coach houses and two, three and four-bed houses, blending traditionally inspired architecture with contemporary interiors. countrysideproperties.com

Clapham Place, Clapham, SW9

From £525,000

With its villagey vibe and great transport links, Clapham is always sought-after. These one, two and three-bed apartments have open-plan layouts with high-spec kitchens and a private balcony or terrace. There’s also a concierge, gym and communal roof terrace. regal-london.co.uk

Housebuilder Hill is running a new series of webinars to help purchasers understand the complexities of buying a new home. The first — focusing on Help to Buy London and how it can help you step onto the property ladder — takes place at 5pm today. Click on the link on Hill’s home page, hill.co.uk, to register, and send your questions in advance to webinars@hill.co.uk