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The demolition of the existing Gala Bingo Hall to create 35 new build mixed tenure flats, including a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy and two commercial units.
Demolition of the existing buildings and design and construction of 42 residential units in a part two / part three-storey development with a lower ground level. The design is divided into two sections that are linked together to form a unified entity that respects and enhances the surrounding area.
The phased award-winning £67 million comprehensive regeneration of the Angell Town Estate.
The construction of 157 apartments, comprising 105 private and 52 affordable units, and 868m² of commercial floorspace in six-storey and 12-storey blocks on a brownfield site overlooking the Limehouse Cut canal.
The residential redevelopment known as ‘Arboretum’ included the design and construction of 149 mixed tenure dwellings including affordable housing on the grounds of Epping St John’s School’s former school site.
This scheme includes the construction of a five-storey block containing 52 residential units, a significant retail unit and a small community use area. It is located on the corner of Balham Hill and Oldridge Road, SW12.
The design and construction of 351 residential units of two to five stories, retail space, office space, community space, creche and associated parking.
The internal and external refurbishment of Barret House, totalling 80 units.
The demolition of the existing buildings and the design and build of 99 mixed tenure flats in four to eight-storey blocks, with commercial space at ground floor level and under podium car parking.
Extra care housing development of 39 number one and two bedroom flats, comprising 15 flats for shared ownership and 24 flats for rent.
The site is based in Wembley, and consists of 34 apartments, two houses and a retail unit sited in the undercroft of the building.
Construction of a mixed development comprising three blocks of 6-storeys for 75 residential units.
The demolition of the existing buildings and the design and build of a mixed use development, comprising 57 homes and eight B1 commercial units in four blocks with underground car parking.
Occupied refurbishment of more than 4,000 dispersed properties over three years to achieve Decent Homes standard.
Occupied refurbishment of 1,365 tenanted and 464 leaseholder flats, maisonettes and houses within 93 blocks.
Alteration work to the Bromley Pavilion Leisure Centre to provide a range of new facilities.
The design and build of 219 new homes on an East London heritage landmark at Three Mills, home to the world’s oldest tidal mill.
Demolition of the existing industrial and commercial buildings and the construction of 154 mixed tenure residential units, plus basement car parking and ground floor commercial space.
The Crayford Town Hall development included 189 residential units, a new library and a community centre, a doctor’s surgery through the sensitive conversion and refurbishment of this locally listed landmark building.
The design and build of 201 flats and houses on the existing Fryerns School playing field. The project was integral to the regeneration of the area and the rebranding of the Craylands Estate to Beechwood Village.
Demolition, design and construction of 43 units with associated common areas and external landscaping.
The demolition of the existing building and the complete design and construction of 27 high-specification apartments in a five-storey block.
The design and construction of a new single form entry Primary School including associated external works, and open space enhancements on adjoining land.
A mixed tenure scheme comprising 138 one, two and three bed apartments; 70 shared ownership and 68 affordable rent.
Forest Gate is a PFI funded scheme to carry out occupied refurbishment works for in excess of 1,000 units in the Forest Gate area.
This extra care scheme will provide 45 apartments designed specifically for older people needing care.
The London Road Project includes the design and construction of 80 residential houses and apartments around a raised central courtyard, with parking below and a public square and garden above.
Demolition, design and construction of 3 care homes (Gresham House, Doliffe Close and The Oaks) with associated common areas and external landscaping.
The design and build of a new 1000m² community centre, 24 residential units and an elevated central courtyard.
Construction of a new four-storey Science and Library building in a restricted occupied school environment.
The design and construction of 52 new flats (14 number to be used for shared ownership, 18 rented and 20 private sale), 10 commercial B1 units in three blocks plus external works and infrastructure, including repairs to the Regent’s Canal wall.
A three-phased redevelopment and regeneration of a former ‘sink’ estate, delivering 421 mixed tenure homes, including 89 homes for private sale in the final phase.
The demolition of the existing estate and phased construction of 158 dwellings, comprising 94 flats, 62 houses, one bungalow and one maisonette.
A new landmark facility to become the hub of the regeneration for Myatts Field North.
This major regeneration project in the London Borough of Lambeth will deliver 808 new homes and the refurbishment of 172 existing properties.
Design and construction of 86 homes (28 houses and 58 flats), 60 of which will be for affordable rent and 26 for shared ownership.
The development is the construction of two five-storey blocks. Block A consists of a retail unit to the ground floor with 15 residential flats above, Block B consists of a community centre to the ground and first floor with 16 residential units above.
The first of its type to be funded by the Government initiative ‘New Deal for Communities’, the Triangle Centre is a new two-storey building which provided accommodation for an existing 75 place nursery, children’s play centre and out of school club.
This project featured the comprehensive regeneration of a mixed tenure estate to provide 1,000 new and refurbished homes.
The design and build of 208 new flats in the heart of Tower Hamlets, included in the development was three shell and core retail units.
The design and construction of 96 affordable new build dwellings across four blocks ranging from six-storeys to nine-storeys in height.
Complete regeneration of the estate stretching across the two London Boroughs of Lewisham and Southwark.
The demolition of former Council depot buildings and remaining former Silwood Estate blocks along Silwood Street and Corbetts Passage, and the construction of 127 residential units with associated car parking, soft and hard landscaping.
The design and build of a new youth centre with all associated infrastructure works, including all remediation works, refuse storage and external storage.
The construction of a new two-storey, six-form entry secondary school comprising 7,880m² of building plus associated facilities (including a new access road, playing fields, hard surface courts and car parking) on the current school’s existing playing fields.
The comprehensive regeneration of an existing estate over a seven year period, including the refurbishment of existing dwellings and new build development.
The design and build of a landmark development comprising 133 mixed tenure units in three blocks, with 89 private sale units in a 24-storey tower.
A five star care home development, providing 99 private apartments, including 25 dementia rooms. The care home boasts outstanding facilities, including a cinema room, restaurants and an internet cafe.
The joint venture development of a greenfield site, which provided 176 mixed tenure homes.
Design and Build of 64 high quality affordable homes.