In Earls Court
The Earls Court Development Company is holding a series of public consultation events, as it asks locals to “help shape the future of the Earls Court site”.
Simon Ismail & Fred Done’s Salboy has acquired a prime site in the Earls Court regen zone.
Previously announced sale of 49 units at £66m has been ‘restructured’
Appointments will ‘drive forward the plans for the future development of London’s largest cleared Zone 1 development opportunity’
RBKC has approved 51 new homes opposite West Brompton Station as part of the Earls Court redevelopment.
End-of-terrace building on Nevern Square is currently carved up into bedsits, but has consent for a ten-unit scheme overlooking the communal gardens.
Lendlease man Rob Heasman has been brought in as Chief Executive of Delancey’s Earls Court Development Company, having previously run large-scale London developments in Euston and Elephant & Castle.
Boss Ian Hawksworth remains ‘confident in the long-term prospects for prime central London, in particular the West End’
Investor & developer offloaded the rest of its Earls Court portfolio to Delancey and APG in a £425m deal in November.
Hawkins\Brown and Studio Egret West have been tasked with creating a new vision for the stalled Zone 1 regeneration site “that sets a new global standard for a sustainable and vibrant mixed-use development.”
Capital & Counties has offloaded its stake in the Earls Court development to Delancey and APG for £425m. The firm has picked up two new properties in Covent Garden, and “is now positioned as a prime central London property investment business and will convert to UK REIT status before the end of 2019.”