welcome home.

Our greenhomes are chosen and designed to bring out the best
in you, our tenants, and the world around you.
We invest generously to transform our properties, improve
comfort and wellbeing at home and create a better living
experience.

 

In turn, we hope that our homes will inspire you to live sustainably,
with consciousness and ease, feeling more connected to the
natural world that surrounds us and supports us.

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Damien and Leah
on St Marks Place

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Graham, Rose and Shelby
on St Marks Place

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Rita and Rilla
on Ladbroke Grove

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Nick and Fabio
on Addison Gardens

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Doug
on Sinclair Road

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Sissi
on Sinclair Road

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Cat and Joakim
on Rainham Road

your neighbourhood

W11
W14
NW10

Be green

Recycling and Composting: https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/bins-and-recycling
Reclaiming: Portobello and Goldborne Markets
Returning stuff: Oxfam, 245 Westbourne Grove, and other charities like Fara, British Red Cross etc
Returning food: OLIO olioex.com; The Felix Project thefelixproject.org

 

Live local

Notting Hill Farmers Market (Saturdays), Waterstone’s Car Park, Kensington Place
Chegworth Farm Shop, 221 Kensington Church Str
Clarke’s Restaurant, 124 Kensington Church Str
Books for Cooks, 4 Blenheim Crescent
Gate Cinema, 87 Notting Hill Gate
Gate Theatre, 11 Pembridge Road

 

Feel kind

The Felix Project thefelixproject.org/help-us/volunteer/
London Wildlife Trust wildlondon.org.uk/volunteer-with-us
Mayor of London – Team London volunteerteam.london.gov.uk
Do-it for good do-it.org
Volunteer Match volunteermatch.org

 

Stay well

Hyde Park and The Serpentine
Holland Park
Sangye Yoga, 300 Kensal Rd
Indaba Yoga Studio, 18 Hayes Place, Marylebone
Koia Spa, 32 Notting Hill Gate

Be green

Recycling and Composting: https://www.brent.gov.uk/services-for-residents/recycling-and-waste
Reclaiming: Retrouvius, 1016 Harrow Road; Golborne Road Market
Returning stuff: Oxfam, 245 Westbourne Grove
Returning food: OLIO olioex.com; The Felix Project thefelixproject.org

 

Live local

Queen’s Park Farmers’ Market (Sundays), Salusbury Road
The Chamberlayne, 83 Chamberlayne Road
Bel & Nev Café, 15 Station Terrace
Sacro Cuore Pizza, 45 Chamberlayne Road
The Lexi Cinema, 194B Chamberlayne Road
Tricycle Theatre, 169 Kilburn High Road

 

Feel kind

The Felix Project thefelixproject.org/help-us/volunteer/
London Wildlife Trust wildlondon.org.uk/volunteer-with-us
Mayor of London – Team London volunteerteam.london.gov.uk
Volunteer Match volunteermatch.org

 

Stay well

Queen’s Park
Sangye Yoga, 300 Kensal Road
Indaba Yoga Studio, 18 Hayes Place, Marylebone
Koia Spa, 32 Notting Hill Gate

 

Be green

Recycling and Composting: https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/recycling-and-rubbish
Reclaiming: Retrouvius, 1016 Harrow Road
Returning stuff: Oxfam, 245 Westbourne Grove
Returning food: OLIO olioex.com; The Felix Project thefelixproject.org

 

Live local

Brook Green Market and Kitchen (Saturdays), Addison Primary School
The Havelock Tavern, 57 Masbro Road
Shepherds Bush Empire, Shepherds Bush
Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road
Westfield Vue Cinema, Westfield Shopping Centre

 

Feel kind

The Felix Project thefelixproject.org/help-us/volunteer/
London Wildlife Trust wildlondon.org.uk/volunteer-with-us
Mayor of London – Team London volunteerteam.london.gov.uk
Volunteer Match volunteermatch.org

 

Stay well

Holland Park
Sangye Yoga, 300 Kensal Road
Indaba Yoga Studio, 18 Hayes Place, Marylebone
Koia Spa, 32 Notting Hill Gate

get involved.

What a waste!

 

We produce monumental amounts of trash and our trash, in turn, hurts our health by damaging the land, air and water which supports all life, including our own.

 

Globally

  • 99% of the stuff we harvest, mine, process, transport – 99% of the stuff we run through this production system is trashed within six months
  • 33% of all food produced for human consumption is wasted – approximately 1.3 billion tonnes per year

 

And here

  • Each UK household is responsible for over 1 tonne of waste annually
  • UK households dispose over 4 million tonnes of food and drink waste annually
  • Across the UK recycling is only at around 44% (only 33% of e-waste!)

It does not have to be this way.

Less trash, more hope.

You can take a few simple steps for a better way to live.

 

Reduce

  • Steer clear of goods in a box, wrapper, throw-away bag, plastic container, tin can
  • Substitute bottled water with filtered water; make sparking water with home carbonation
  • Carry everything in reusable bags from home
  • Avoid delivery food orders
  • Cut your food waste by thinking more before you prepare
  • Compost raw food and garden waste (see wlcomposting.co.uk)

 

Reuse

  • Avoid collecting disposable stuff, BYO
  • Buy products in bulk and refill reusable containers
  • Repair – throw away the idea of replacing
  • Give away generously – donate stuff (e.g. Oxfam) or food (e.g. Olio)
  • List for sale (e.g. ebay, Shpock, Gumtree, craigslist)

 

Recycle

  • Make sure you separate your trash properly
  • Remember e-waste is critical!

Something to chew on…

 

The meat that we savour habitually is usually produced by breeding and killing animals cruelly on an industrial scale.

 

Animals are individuals with feelings, families and friendships; living beings, just like us, that are entitled to live happy and free. Just because we can factory farm them does not mean we should. Ethics aside, the farming methods we use pollute air and water systematically and waste resources, thus hurting our environment. And last but not least, meat can hurt our health; research has linked the overconsumption of meat to clogged arteries, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer and diabetes.

It does not have to be this way.

 

Less meat, more hope.

Start on the vegan path! Experiment with removing meat and fish gradually. You will rebalance your relationship with the living beings that share our natural habitat; you will protect the nature that surrounds us and supports us; and you will reduce risks to your health.

 

A plant-based diet can be highly nutritious and easy.

 

Protein powerhouses

  • spinach, broccoli, avocados
  • peas, beans, lentils, quinoa, nuts, seeds
  • soya milk, tofu, miso, edamame

 

Calcium for strong bones

  • almonds, broccoli, kale, sesame tahini, beans
  • vitamin D supplements, if you are not getting sun 20mins/day

 

Iron and catching Bs

  • lentils, black beans, oatmeal, soybeans, sunflower seeds, chickpeas, quinoa
  • vitamin B12 supplements

 

Fish-free Omega-3s

  • walnuts, broccoli, spinach, soya beans, chia seeds, flaxseeds, microalgae supplements

testimonials

  • 2010 – 2012 “I'm absolutely delighted. The location is fantastic … in one of the most beautiful areas of London. The house is brand new with high quality finishes. The rooms are spacious and very bright. … A lovely terrace for barbecues during the summer. greenhomes is cool and always available if necessary. If I could assess with a rating between 0 and 10, my rating would be 10+."

  • 2016 "Thank you for the lovely home that you guys have built and we are truly loving being in it. We promise to look after it and treat it like it is our own."

  • 2010 – 2013 "greenhomes maintains the property to a very high standard, is very responsive when maintenance issues arise and responds quickly to queries."

  • 2016 – 2018 “greenhomes has done a fantastic job with the flat. We love it here and have enjoyed full support from our landlord greenhomes every time.”

  • 2013 – 2014 "I chose it for its spacious, light-filled rooms and spectacular location. I love the garden views and am fortunate in also having great neighbours. greenhomes has been responsive to my queries and requests, and I look forward to being happily ensconced there for a long while. "

  • 2014 – 2017 “Thank you for being so accommodating over the last few years. We have loved living at 2 St Marks Pl.”


    2011 – 2013 "We are enjoying this bright flat…so much that we decided to renew our lease. greenhomes has always been very responsive and dealt with our queries very efficiently. We would definitely recommend greenhomes to any tenants looking for an enjoyable experience in high quality flats."


    2008 - 2011 "My wife and I lived in St Marks Pl for over 3 yrs. During our tenancy greenhomes was a supportive, reliable and responsive landlord... I strongly recommend greenhomes"

  • 2011 – 2012 "165 Oxford Gardens was a fine home for us and we would rent again from greenhomes."


    2009 – 2011 "I enjoyed the living at the house very much. I appreciated greenhomes' support, consideration and effort in making living in the house an enjoyable experience."

  • 2015 – 2016 "We are delighted with the flat.…bright and airy with original Victorian features. The back garden catches the sun … It's an ideal place for a couple or friends sharing. It's minutes away from the underground/overground and the well-stocked shops on College rd. Plus it's a short stroll to Chamberlayne rd - a cool west London hub of shops, bars, restaus."


    2014 – 2015 "We have been very happy with the swift and supportive response we have had from greenhomes over the duration of our stay in College rd. The property is attractive and beautifully presented."

  • 2015 – 2017 "Thanks so much! We loved living in Rainham Road."


    2014 – 2015 "A huge thank you from all of us. We have had a wonderful year at 46 and we are all very sad to be leaving."

  • 2015 - 2018 "Efficient and friendly, greenhomes have made the process of letting a happy, easy one."

  • 2014 – 2018 (GFF) "Thank you so much ... I am very happy and well settled and everyone from the office was very helpful. The apartment has a wonderful fresh feel to it, lots of charming features - it also has the lovely garden and the forest behind.… It is a real home for us."


    2015 (TFF) "Utterly delighted to have spent a very happy year at 110 Sinclair. The flat was wonderfully light and bright and had such charm to it. greenhomes were always super accommodating and always on the end of the phone and I would certainly recommend any of their beautiful properties to friends looking to rent."

a better way of living, starting at home.