Blackwall Reach Phase 1B, Tower Hamlets
This phase delivers an exclusive collection of 242 dynamic apartments within three towers; all providing an abundance of spacious living areas and versatile winter gardens. A central, new public square forms part of a sequence of spaces at the heart of the Blackwall Reach regeneration project. The square forms a civic and commercial focus of the residential neighbourhood and creates a new legible route to Blackwall DLR station.

The square is conceived as a flexible urban space accommodating a range of managed and informal activities. Sculptural seating and planting help to define movement and frame play facilities. The design of the square was constrained by a major sewer and the Blackwall Tunnel both of which run beneath the space.

Bow River Village (Phase 1)
Bow River Village is the comprehensive regeneration of the entire stretch of the River Lea right back from Bow Roundabout along Hancock Road. Working alongside Southern Housing Group, Higgins Construction & Frank Reynold’s Architects; we have delivered the 219 new homes in a range of tenures, alongside commercial and communal spaces.

The central courtyard podium space provides an attractive outlook to inward facing residents with some toddler place inspiring life, enjoyment and functionality.

Marlowe Road Estate Regeneration, Walthamstow
This is the first phase of the wider three phase Stitch redevelopment of the iconic Marlowe Road Estate in Waltham Forest. Alongside retention of the much loved Northwood Tower building the scheme delivers 430 new homes for social rent and private sale, improved landscaping, a new public square and play areas, and commercial spaces which will provide new community facilities for the area. Fantastic public realm will complement the built for an create excited and fresh spaces for the community to grow and evolve.
Napier Gateway, Luton
The proposed Napier Gateway masterplan acknowledges the principle of a pedestrian route from the residential housing site (forming part of the wider Napier Park proposals) and wider context of housing within the St. Anne’s area of Luton. In addition the route to and from Luton Parkway Station is also designed into the scheme.

These routes culminate in a public square, and new park respectively. The public spaces will be designed to promote pedestrian and cycle movement with no vehicular access (only emergency services). Public art, seating and soft landscaping will be included reinforcing a sense of place which in turn harnesses a faculty of community and stewardship. A tactical use of materials and surfaces will be incorporated, as well as dancing fountains at the top of the park.

Parkside Place, Brent

Notting Hill Housing and Countryside Properties are redeveloping the Parkside Place (previously known as Barham Park Estate) in Sudbury over seven years which started in summer 2010. All 214 existing properties were demolished, in three separate phases and a total of 338 units have been rebuilt on the site.

The first phase was completed in 2012 and handed over to NHHG/LB Brent – 119 units; which also includes a Commercial Unit located on the Harrow Rd. Phase 2 finished at the end of 2016 and consisted of 97 units (mix of private for sale units and NHHG properties).

Phase 3 is due for handover towards the end of 2017 consisting of 122 units. It compromises of a central park located on a podium offering toddler play and a beautiful setting for sitting, relaxing and social integration.

Queensway Court, Royal Leamington Spa
Deeley Construction built out a huge Extra Care Scheme based within Warwickshire, consisting of 178 one and two bedroom apartments – a mix of social rent and shared-ownership.

The scheme has a large parking court and two large internal courtyards. Water features, sculptures, raised planting beds and seating areas are dotted around the scheme providing a magnificent backdrop to the development. The project was successfully handed over to Orbit Care in spring 2015.

South Acton (Phase 2), Ealing
Phase 2 was completed in October 2015 where 106 new homes have been built. The new buildings are known as Richard Court, Crayford Court, Shanklin Court and Stapleton Court and replace Blackmore Tower.

The building has been designed by Alison Brooks Architects and includes a communal landscaped garden above a podium, parking facilities and striking coloured brickwork to add a unique look to the estate. The podium garden is on three terraced levels and the working drawings package was produced using REVIT.

South Acton (Phase 6.1 & 6.2), Ealing
Phase 6 will provide a new home for Oaktree Community Centre and the Bollo Youth Club will be located here together with commercial retail space for which we are seeking interest from supermarket and café operators. In addition to the community and retail space around 280 new homes will be provided.

Within Phase 6.2 will be a new Community Hub, made up of a new community centre, retail spaces, the new L&Q office, the re-provided Early Start nursery, another new nursery, the re-provided Bollo Youth Club and a café. The existing Oaktree Square will be redesigned to improve the play area, pathways and will include a proposed water feature and public art for the estate. This phase will be creating 308 new homes as well as the new ‘Community Hub’ spaces.

​​​​​Willis St, Brownfield Estate, Tower Hamlets
The striking 20-storey tower called The Panoramic, on Willis Street Brownfield Estate; provides stylish modern homes with The City, Canary Wharf and Olympic City Stratford, just minutes away. It offers fantastic, unspoilt, views of London with a landscaped plaza in a tribute to the original estate Architect Erno Goldfinger and a local play area too.

There was a mix of shared ownership flats (Poplar Harca) and for private sale (Telford Homes). Work started in February 2011 and was completed ahead of schedule in summer 2013. It boasts striking public realm around the base of the tower with a fantastic roof garden on the roof with views all over London