Trinity Woolwich: a £500 million major estate regeneration programme in Woolwich, south-east London in partnership with PA Housing and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The scheme is transforming three local housing estates with 1,500 new homes: 1,000 properties for open market sale and 500 affordable homes.
Willow Grange, Doncaster Lakeside: a £30 million waterside residential development in Doncaster, south Yorkshire. Construction has begun on 147 two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, nearly all of which will be for open market sale.
Lochside Grange, a £25 million development by Lovell in Kinghorn, Fife, which is being delivered by Lovell in partnership with Kingdom Housing Association and Fife Council. It will provide 113 homes for open market sale by Lovell; ten low-cost homeownership homes for Fife Council and 10 social rented homes for the housing association.
The delivery of more than 400 homes for Norfolk County Council-owned property company Repton. The proposals will bring new homes to Acle, between Norwich and Great Yarmouth; Hopton, just north of Lowestoft and Attleborough, between Norwich and Thetford. They will be the first to be delivered through Repton which has been set up to help raise funds for the Council by releasing its surplus land for development. Construction is set to start in early 2020.
Queensbury Park, a £42 million development with Homes England at Priorslee, Telford, which will create 220 homes, including 165 homes for open market sale and 55 affordable and shared ownership homes.
Lovell managing director Steve Coleby says: “Our focus for 2019 is on continuing to drive strategic growth across England, Scotland and Wales. Lovell’s ability to provide such a comprehensive range of services to our clients and partners, and in particular our expertise in land-led residential development, has reinforced our credentials as a company able to bring forward the homes which are so badly needed. Our wide-ranging expertise allows us to proactively offer our partners creative solutions to releasing land for development. At the same time, the company’s extensive record of successful mixed tenure development enables us to create high-quality homes available for people on a range of incomes in the places where they are needed.”