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  • Current development projects

  • Southall 

    We have secured planning permission for up to 3,750 homes together with commercial and community facilities, a new primary school and significant areas of landscaped public realm and open amenity space. The site will be developed in partnership with St James Group (part of the Berkeley Group), and will generate over 1,000 permanent jobs in addition to the several thousand that will be created during construction.

    For more information contact us.

  • Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea 

    This development is part of the Nine Elms regeneration project in central London. Planning permission was granted by Wandsworth Borough Council for the dismantling of the gasholders in January 2013 and it is anticipated work will begin on site during September 2013. The regeneration of the site will allow for the creation of new homes and link existing communities to Nine Elms on the South Bank. The site is no longer used for storing gas and the dismantling of the gasholders signifies a great step forward for the site’s future.

    For more information visit the project's dedicated web site at

  • Hornsey 

    Close to the New River Village Scheme and Alexandra Palace, this eleven acre site has planning permission for 1,000 homes. Redevelopment of the site will provide a significant boost to the local economy and the creation of new jobs.

    For more information contact us.

  • Imperial Road, Fulham

    This 17 acre site offers a prime residential opportunity close to the River Thames and Fulham Broadway. We are working closely with Hammersmith and Fulham Council to agree the next stages of development.

    We plan to dismantle five of the six gasholders at Imperial Road. The gasholders at the site have been decommissioned and are no longer required to store gas.

    By removing the gasholders, we will make way for the long-term regeneration of the site.

    For more information please visit our dedicated website for this project at