At Mace Developments, we’re uniquely placed to respond to the challenges that face the residential sector today. Known for our ability to deliver complex, mixed-use residential developments in London and around the UK, we’re proud to play an active role working alongside local authorities, councils and the community to make our capital a better place to live for everyone, for our landowners who want an experienced partner, and for our investors who believe in us.
At Highpoint we delivered the 2015 RESI award-winning Deal of the Year, PRS and affordable housing scheme comprising of 457 high-quality new homes in a 45-storey new tower and adjoining seven-storey terrace block. The scheme also included a new home for Southwark Playhouse and was completed in January 2018. This was the first project of its type for the GLA and was the UK’s largest PRS scheme on government land when started. The project has been key to the wider regeneration of Elephant and Castle.
The development at Westway Place, Botley will transform a 1960s shopping precinct into 450,000 sq ft of mixed-use facilities; including 140 residential units, 261 student accommodation units, a 123-bed hotel, 50,000 sq ft of retail space, community facilities including a public library, and a Baptist church. When the original scheme by another developer was refused planning permission in 2014, Mace Developments led the redesign alongside significant community support. Phase one began in early 2017 and the overall development is due for completion in 2020.
Working with owners Northern & Shell, Mace Developments are managing all aspects of the 15-acre Westferry Printworks scheme on the Isle of Dogs. Once the largest printing works in Europe, Westferry will be a new, residential-led mixed-use scheme of 722 residential units (of which 140 units are affordable), with retail and office space at ground level. The scheme also includes a community centre, crèche, and doctor’s surgery, plus a new secondary school for 1,200 students. Significant public-realm space will knit the buildings, surrounding streetscape, and waterfront together.