Mixed-Use & Development
Mixed use developments present us with some complex challenges. By their very nature the demands upon them are diverse and, often, conflicting. Our reputation in this sector is exceptional, delivering noteworthy projects, such as Imperial Wharf, for some of the country’s leading developers. For this reason we have been appointed to one of London’s newest landmark projects: Battersea Power Station. We adopt an active role at the earliest possible stage, advising on workable space-services-energy balances, and delivering sustainable solutions within strict budget parameters.
Newington CausewayThe compact, 142,937 ft² triangular site will house a 24-storey, mixed-use property. A 140-bedroom hotel will occupy the first 11 levels, with 48 apartments arranged over the remaining 12 floors.
Read more... Battersea Power Station: Phase 4a
Battersea Power Station: Phase 4aPhase 4a is a 2.5-acre, mixed-use development on the western fringes of the main Nine Elms site, formerly occupied by small industrial units. Split over two phases, this part of the Battersea Power Station regeneration scheme will deliver 374 high quality new homes, a 17,000 ft² health centre, public open spaces and 11,800 ft² of incubator space for small local businesses.
Read more... Verney Road
Verney RoadThe significant new, 620,937 ft² scheme will regenerate disused industrial land, creating 423 residential apartments within three high-rise buildings. The ground floor of each building will accommodate a number of retail units, creating a public-realm podium level above.
Read more... Onyx, Camley Street
Onyx, Camley StreetThe vision for this development was for “a mixed and sustainable community” on the canal-side site. The development at ‘102’ comprises 154 new homes, as well as a number of incubator units for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Read more... Palace View, Lambeth
Palace View, LambethThis new, 94,000 ft², development incorporates 69 apartments arranged over 8-storeys above a number of commercial units. The property also includes a residents’, single-screen cinema, gym and basement-level car parking.
Read more... The Music Box
The Music BoxThis mixed-use development on Union Street in Southwark incorporates the London College of Contemporary Music with 41 luxurious private apartments. The college resides in the lower five levels of this new 14-storey landmark building, with the residential floors encased in distinctive vertical ‘spines’ above.
Read more... Battersea Exchange
Battersea ExchangeBattersea Exchange is a mixed-use development sitting within the wider Nine Elms regeneration. The 1.8ha site comprises 290 residences – apartments, maisonettes and houses – a new primary school, and 3,600 m² commercial space which will service both office and retail units.
Read more... Audley Retirement Villages
Audley Retirement VillagesAudley build and manage a number of award-winning, luxury retirement villages in variety of locations across England. Their properties are made up of high-quality houses, cottages and apartments, with a central ‘hub’ where the communal facilities are located.
Read more... Paddington Central
Paddington CentralPaddington Central formed part of the wider Paddington Waterside redevelopment project, revitalising a 30-hectare canal basin area. The site of the Paddington Central element of the project was formerly a railway goods yard.
Read more... Brewhouse Lane
Brewhouse LaneAs its name affirms, Brewhouse Lane was once the location of a significant brewery, located in Putney’s wharf area on the southern side of the Thames. The warehouses had long fallen into dilapidation having been abandoned in 1949, but the brewery building itself was listed and accordingly was refurbished.
Read more... ICL Tower, Putney Wharf
ICL Tower, Putney WharfPrior to an award-winning redevelopment, ICL Tower was an office block built in the 1960s. Today, following its major refurbishment - part of Wandsworth’s waterfront regeneration project - the tower is a mixed-use building that stands as a landmark on the southern banks of the Thames.