Maslow Capital was pleased to provide a £14.2million development facility, secured against Mountwood’s 34-unit residential scheme, located on Fulham Palace Road in Hammersmith, London.
The £28million GDV scheme will deliver 34 residential units to an area that has experienced a surge in rental demand, brought on by the changing preferences of tenants who are increasingly prioritising well connected locations with green space and local amenities over inner city living.
The project, which is expected to reach practical completion in Q1 2023, will revitalise a disused brownfield site, providing genuinely affordable homes for buyers and pre-let commercial space, that will bring life back to this West London location.
Originator: Emma Burke
Associate: Anthony Raud
Emma Burke, Deal Origination at Maslow Capital, said: “Charles and the team at Mountwood are revitalising a previously disused brownfield site in an area that has seen huge growth in rental demand as a result of the pandemic. Maslow found itself perfectly aligned with Charles’s vision and we are proud to play our part in revitalising the area”.
Anthony Raud, Associate at Maslow Capital, added: “We are very excited to be supporting the development of a well-positioned scheme, that will benefit from Mountwood’s reputation and track record of delivering high-quality homes. The wide range of communal facilities, amenities and excellent transport links will appeal to purchasers, along with the important environmental initiatives that will be undertaken.”
How this scheme is making a difference:
In support of the developers ambitions to reduce carbon emissions, the scheme will make use of innovative green technologies such as solar panel roofing, rainwater harvesting, heating with Air Source Heat Pumps and cooling with individual air extraction and circulation in each apartment. In addition to its green construction considerations, residents will gaze across green roofs and a local park whilst benefiting from secure underground storage for 60 bicycles and 6 car park spaces fitted with electric charging points.