About Partnerships & Regeneration

We find ways to unlock difficult sites through innovation, partnership and collaboration with landowners. We aim to minimise upfront capital investment and unlock value through development agreements

The projects often involve challenging sites which we will fund, develop and operate. Several of the projects have happened through Addition Land Ltd (a JV established with Chelsfield Partners) as well as Stow Projects Ltd.


Morden Road Wimbledon SW19

Development site in South Wimbledon over Northern Line. Acquired subject to planning. Planning – 15 flats, ground floor commercial and 3 houses. Flats and commercial sold on. Houses retained by Stow for rental market.

Status: Practical completion August 2017
Ownership (of ongoing interest): 100%


Snowfields Yard, London Bridge SE1 (Addition Land)

Partnership with Catholic Diocese. Complex land assembly and re-provision of Church facilities. Planning secured for 28 apartments, refurb of old College Building and new-build commercial (7,000 sq ft). Sold to Crest Nicholson with commercial reverting to Addition Land.

Status: Practical completion Feb 2017
Ownership (of ongoing interest): 67%


Battersea Exchange SW8 (Addition Land)

A significant regeneration scheme comprising Network Rail and Catholic Diocese landholdings and development agreement to Addition Land. 295 flats, commercial space and a new build primary school. Sold on to Taylor Wimpey.

Status: Multi-phase development. Phase 1 complete. Practical Completion 2019
Ownership (of ongoing interest): 67%


“Carmel” Battersea SW8 (Addition Land)

A boutique scheme of 20 apartments together with new Church facilities. Secured planning consent and sold on to Porchester Estates.

Status: Practical Completion 2018
Ownership (of ongoing interest): 67%