May 12, 2020
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Gazumping and gazundering in property: What do they mean?

Buying and selling property can take many twists and turns along the way. With both vendors and buyers finding new ways to play the game, one sharp move can cause the whole chain to collapse. While there are a number of strategies buyers and sellers can use to their advantage, you may hear property specialists using the terms gazumping and gazundering. While gazumping scuppers things for the buyer, gazundering leaves the seller in a predicament.

1. King’s Cross to Limehouse Basin

If the idea of taking to London’s roads without being safely enclosed in a vehicle fills you with anxiety, this is one of the best East London cycle routes for you.

It’s a 6-mile cycle along the Regent’s Canal, starting at King’s Cross and ending at the Limehouse Basin, meaning minimal road-cycling time.

From King’s Cross’ trendy Granary Square, head east along the canal.

As you head down this stretch of canal towards Hackney, you’ll find a hidden, peaceful retreat from the busy city roads, and some of the beautiful period houses that East London is famed for.

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2. Hackney Marshes to Walthamstow Wetlands

If the idea of taking to London’s roads without being safely enclosed in a vehicle fills you with anxiety, this is one of the best East London cycle routes for you.

It’s a 6-mile cycle along the Regent’s Canal, starting at King’s Cross and ending at the Limehouse Basin, meaning minimal road-cycling time.

From King’s Cross’ trendy Granary Square, head east along the canal.

As you head down this stretch of canal towards Hackney, you’ll find a hidden, peaceful retreat from the busy city roads, and some of the beautiful period houses that East London is famed for.

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Best East London Cycle Routes: A summary

So there you have it, four great East London cycle routes for you to take in the sights and urban natural beauty this corner of the city offers.

Please remember, when cycling along canals and riversides to be courteous to pedestrians using the paths – and pay attention to make sure you and your bike don’t go for a dip in the water!

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