Former PWC man Glyn Barker to lead the FTSE 100 housebuilder for ‘up to two years’ as the search begins for Tony Pidgley’s long-term successor.
Allies and Morrison has designed a “flexible framework” masterplan for Canary Wharf Group’s 3.3 hectare North Quay site.
HNW buyers have been splashing out on residences at the developer’s schemes on Grosvenor Square and Yeoman’s Row.
Knight Frank reveals an “extremely compelling” case for transforming carparks into housing.
“Many new [residential development] sites are being soft marketed to test the appetite in the market,” reports Savills, “and some have been launched now avoid competition with other sites later in the year.”
OUD is a major partnership between Oxford University and Legal & General, tasked with developing thousands of homes for students and staff alongside new science and innovation districts.
97% of owners of Berkeley Homes in London would recommend the company, according to reviews platform HomeViews.
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Oxfordshire Garden Village is the largest project to date for Grosvenor’s Strategic Land division, which aims to have a portfolio of at least 30,000 homes by 2023.
Designs by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners promise to create 50 new homes next to “the gateway to London’s internationally renowned museum and cultural quarter.”