Willmott Dixon plans £100m Mill Hill development
Willmott Dixon has acquired a site in north London to build a £100m housing development.
The construction group’s development division, Regen, plans to build 188 homes on a 1.1 hectare site at Millbrook Park in Mill Hill, having agreed a purchase deal with The Inglis Consortium.
The plans mean that Regen’s pipeline has now passed 3,000 units.
Willmott Dixon has ambitions to become a major residential developer in London and the southeast. Last month it got planning permission to build 900 new homes as part of the development of Brentford Football Club’s new 20,000-seat stadium.
Other recent schemes secured include 600 homes for private rent in Barking, 135 homes in Godalming, a further 88 in Cheshunt and 95 in Sevenoaks, which involves converting a former office into a residential block.
Regen is also behind 1,176 homes at Aberfeldy Village in Poplar E14 and expects to start work shortly to deliver 156 homes with Westminster City Council that includes new leisure facilities on two sites.
Willmott Dixon Regen chief executive Andrew Telfer said: “Millbrook Park’s high quality mix of one and two-bedroom apartments, together with a number of three and four-bedroom houses in a popular location with good transport links, exactly fits the scale and type of homes we develop through Prime Place.
“Our ambition in 2016 is to continue to grow the number of homes we are developing, either on site or going through planning, for both Prime Place and Be:here, our private market rent business. Our ability to combine these two strong brands to develop homes for both private sale and private rent is also unlocking wider opportunities and helping to accelerate the delivery of hundreds of homes in the capital.”
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This article was published on 8 Jan 2016 (last updated on 8 Jan 2016).