Maslow were excited to work with an experienced developer, who had completed many smaller schemes and was undertaking their largest project to date with the construction of a 56 residential unit scheme. It was an unusual build that comprised two separate sites on either side of a railway, creating two separate blocks of flats. The split sites made building works challenging but working with the developer we were able to overcome these difficulties.
The development was based in Tower Hamlets, a rapidly developing area in London that has risen in value by 57% between 2007 and 2016 (source: Land Registry). It was also identified to deliver 9% of the housing target over a 10 year period, as set out by the London Mayor in the ‘London Plan’. This development was registered with the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, with over 80% of the flats falling within the £600k threshold.