Management Track Record
King's Chelsea, London SW10The King's Chelsea site at 552 Kings Road, was formerly known as Chelsea College and the College of St Mark and St John. Purchased as part of the King's College PFI transaction, the 7.5 acre site was designated as a conservation area in 1989, it contained three significant listed buildings. The c. 360,000ft² redevelopment residential scheme comprised:
Residential development - 274 apartments, 12 houses, and conversion of 2 listed buildings into luxury mansions.
4 Merchant Square, Paddington W2The site was previously a part of the former Sears depository, on part of the overall Paddington Basin regeneration scheme, bounded by Harbet Road and the canal basin.
The c. 264,793ft² (GIA) redevelopment residential scheme comprised:
- 153 private units - 125,000ft² (NIA)
- 43 affordable units – 25,700ft² (NIA)
- 15,00ft² commercial/retail
- Three basement levels totaling c.70,000ft²
- 60 private units in a single core block presold to the Crown Estate
Carmine – 5 Merchant Square, Paddington W2The site was previously the Westminster Council waste transfer station site on part of the overall Paddington Basin regeneration scheme, bounded by North End Road and the canal basin. This Grade A speculative commercial office building totaling 398,954ft² (GIA) comprised:
- 14 storey building with dramatic 15 storey central atrium
- 257,000ft² (NIA) offices
- 11,830ft² retail
- 40,000ft² basement health club
- Large basement loading/refuse loading dock accessed via truck lift
- Initial letting of 8 floor to Marks & Spencer during construction
Paddington Walk, Hermitage Street W2The Paddington Walk was acquired from the Local Authority adjacent to the main Paddington Basin regeneration project. The 193,382ft² (NIA) scheme comprised:
- 232 residential units, made up of:
o 152 private – 131,554ft² (NIA)
o 79 affordable – 52,528ft² (NIA)
- Three retail/commercial units totaling 9,300ft² (NIA)
- Three level underground basement car park providing 140 parking spaces
- Award winning community roof gardens and 24 hour manned security
Finzel's Reach, Bristol BS1The 5.7 acre city centre site on the Floating Harbour was previously the Scottish & Newcastle/Courage brewery, which closed at the end of 1999. The site was originally purchased by a joint venture between Tony Pidgeley Jr (ex-Berkeley Homes) and Tony Gallagher, who obtained a planning consent in May 2003 for a c.950,000ft² mixed use scheme.
GDV £168.5m Phase 1
- Part restoration and refurbishment of the retained Victoria Deaconess Hospital main building fronting onto the Pleasance, and part new build of three blocks to the rear arranged around a central courtyard.
- Designed to sit within a sensitive site at the foot of the Salisbury Crags and Arthur's Seat.