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Queen Mary’s Place, Roehampton, London SW15

At the heart of this development is Roehampton House, a grade 1 listed treasure, which was rescued from risk of dereliction by developer St James. The developer has combined painstaking refurbishment of this mansion and its gardens with the building of new homes in a contemporary design. The 10-year, £250m regeneration and redevelopment project has been undertaken in conjunction with London borough of Wandsworth. Continue reading

Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich, London SE3

This is one of the largest and most challenging regeneration projects in the capital, involving the transformation of the once rundown 1970s Ferrier Estate into a modern neighbourhood that will eventually have 4,800 new homes plus a host of amenities. Developer Berkeley Urban Renaissance is working with a range of partners and designers to deliver this £1bn project by 2028. So far, more than 1,000 residents have moved into new homes on the development and major landscaping works have given a new, greener image to the location. Continue reading

Royal Harbour View, Ramsgate

This scheme of seven townhouses has been developed by Kentish Projects on a site in Ramsgate with a direct sea view. The homes are designed by architect Madigan Browne predominantly to mimic neighbouring bow-fronted grade 2 listed Georgian properties. But the terrace of Kentish stock brick fronted homes ends in a flourish with two homes faced in a contrasting white castellated Gothic style. Continue reading

Barking Riverside, Barking, Essex

This is one of the largest residential regeneration schemes in the UK, with 10,800 homes set to be delivered over 12 years across a 170ha brownfield site beside the River Thames. Architect Sheppard Robson created the masterplan for the 45ha initial stage of the development, and designed the 1,400 mixed homes that will occupy the site. The first phase, Buzzard Mouth Courts, has been completed and comprises 357 homes. Clients are Barking Riverside, Bellway Homes, Mace and Southern Housing Group. Continue reading