Developments
Developments

Developments

Berkeley St Edward are renowned for their quality and innovation.  With 11 development sites under construction, and major developments in their pipeline they are investing in a Technical Academy to strengthen their existing technical team.   It’s a vigorous programme designed to build expertise and knowledge.

Listed below is a brief summary of their developments, simply click to view more details on individual projects.

9 Millbank – Westminster

  • 177 homes and 13 affordable homes.
  • S106 contributions of over £5.5 million, including £3.5 million to homeless charity, The Passage.
  • Leisure facilities.
  • Public art.

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West End Gate – Westminster

  • 672 homes including 130 affordable homes, with a possible further 140 homes
  • Public piazza and outdoor seating space
  • 30-storey tower
  • 7 shops and 1 restaurant space
  • £1.1m public art scheme
  • S106 contributions to upgrade Paddington Green

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Richmond Chase – Richmond

  • 77 homes including 13 affordable family houses
  • Off-street parking
  • New village green with children’s play area
  • Contributions to library extension in Kingston
  • Tree-lined streets and landscaped grounds
  • Conversion of historic Latchmere house and restoration of grounds

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Oval Gas Works – Lambeth

  • Around 700 new homes
  • Commercial space which will support up to 1,000 jobs
  • ‘The Generator,’ a flexible co-working space for SMEs
  • Upcycling facility
  • Community uses, including provision for a new on site dentist practice
  • Nearly 1.65 acres of new public space

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17 – 51 London Road – Staines-upon-Thames

  • 5-minute walk from Staines High Street
  • 37-minute train journey into London Waterloo
  • 10-minute walk from the River Thames

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Hartland Village – Fleet

Hartland Village is a 135 acre site in Fleet, Hampshire. St Edward bought the site in 2016 and submitted planning in 2017 for a sustainable new village with homes, shops and community space.

  • 1,500 homes including 300 affordable homes
  • Village centre containing small shops and community space
  • Two form entry primary school
  • 29-hectare country park
  • Significant woodland footpaths
  • Contributions to local infrastructure including transport,leisure, open space, community facilities and secondary education

 

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