This 20-acre site was one of the first to be released by the Mayor of London as part of his drive to unlock development on public sector land. The new neighbourhood of over 400 mixed tenure homes achieves a sense of place and offers popular houses for sale to Londoners on moderate incomes.
PTE is providing a full service from concept to completion.
“The development has been hugely popular and many of those waiting had been recommended to buy at Lymington Mews by friends or family who have already purchased a home there. The development’s now an established community and the feedback we had from lots of those who came along to the launch is that the homes deliver excellent value – and a rare opportunity to purchase a new home in an area where there isn’t a great deal of new-build activity.”
Simone Dhanjal, Regional Sales Manager, Lovell
“This is an exciting scheme which will create an attractive neighbourhood where people want to live at this key site. The development’s high-quality, well-designed family homes with gardens will include properties both for sale and rent as well as shared ownership homes for sale, providing an opportunity for local people to get on to the housing ladder.”
Peter Taylor, Regional Director, Lovell
“We have worked hard with Lovell and the design team to develop integrated residential neighbourhoods which have individual character and identity. The design approach avoids suburban sprawl in favour of a mixture of tree-lined avenues, terraces, mews streets and courts and a variety of innovative and flexible house types appropriate to the local area and market.”
Carl Vann, Partner, PTE
“With rising demand for housing in the capital, in particular affordable homes to buy and rent, the Mayor is determined to speed up the release of public land for development, boosting construction and increasing the number of homes being built for hard-working Londoners to support the capital’s economy. This development in Lymington Fields shows just how successful this approach can be, bringing new homes and jobs into the community.”
Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Land, Greater London Authority