Mount Anvil

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Mount Anvil has spent over 26 years focused on London, striving to become its most respected developer.

A Mount Anvil home is part of a collection that’s in tune with its surroundings.  Crafted, not cookie-cuttered.  They’re built to last and built for lasting value.  We raise the bar each time, evidenced by the customers and partners that keep coming back to us. 

We promise and deliver exceptional homes and places that are known for world-class design, lasting quality and genuine customer care. We call that Better London Living.

Together with our joint venture partners, we’ve built more than 5,500 London homes.

We focus on location, design and quality; creating homes in highly desirable locations, employing internationally acclaimed architects and interior designers, and meticulously selecting construction materials, so that our developments look as great in ten years’ time as they do on day one.

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Mount Anvil Group Limited. Registered in England under company number 270 6348.

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02/06/2020 18:47

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved a £50m loan facility for Mount Anvil. The funding will enable the London focused developer to speed up the purchase of new sites and deliver an increased number of new quality homes.

The partnership is the first of its kind between GLA Land and Property and a private developer. Mount Anvil is now accelerating construction of the next 2,000 homes in its pipeline and continuing its rapid expansion of land buying activity as part of its strategy to deliver 10,000 homes in London before the end of the decade. As part of this this, the developer will deliver 1,400 new homes by the end of March 2025. With at least 50% of these being genuinely affordable for Londoners, this partnership will facilitate thriving communities.

This agreement has been designed to have key principles that the Mayor and Mount Anvil share enshrined in it. These draw on work that Mount Anvil is already doing and are in line with their business model which delivers great places to live by putting people first. The agreement includes commitments regarding equality and diversity, as well as confirming existing commitments from Mount Anvil and the Mayor, such as never building separate entrances to segregate tenants in social properties from their private neighbours. It’s hoped that this will form a model for future funding agreements with GLA Land and Property.

Deputy Mayor for Housing, Tom Copley commented: “In these uncertain times I am delighted to be able to confirm this new loan facility for Mount Anvil, one of London’s most dynamic property developers.

“It is vital that London emerges from the lockdown with a renewed focus on delivering the social and other genuinely affordable homes our city so desperately needs. Funding arrangements such as this will ensure that our private sector partners can accelerate their plans for the next decade and, crucially, increase delivery of much needed affordable homes.

“I am also proud to work with Mount Anvil to pioneer the new clause that we have added around equality and diversity, and will include on all similar contracts going forward. We are ensuring that ‘poor doors’ are confined to history and helping to build a fairer and more equal city for all Londoners.”

Marcus Bate, Investment Director for Mount Anvil added: “We’re by no means a conventional developer, which is why we’re thrilled to be working with GLA Land and Property on this innovative collaboration. This partnership extends beyond the scope of a traditional investment partnership, establishing an alignment of cultural values between Mount Anvil and GLA Land and Property, coupled with a shared vision for better quality affordable housing in London.

“The funding provides us with huge capacity to invest in the best available new development sites in London. We’re putting all our eggs in the London basket, and will be watching that basket very closely – supporting our exceptional people as they design, plan and build some of the best homes in the capital. We’re looking forward to playing our part in supporting London’s bounce back post-Covid 19, working in partnership with the GLA, Local Authorities and our Housing Association partners to deliver a positive legacy for London.”

This announcement comes as the Mayor’s Covid-19 Housing Delivery Taskforce, chaired by Tom Copley, thinks about how the sector and the city will emerge from the coronavirus crisis with a renewed focus on housing delivery, including of the social and other genuinely affordable homes London needs. Research by Savills estimates that the coronavirus has led to construction being halted on sites involving 28,600 homes in London, equivalent to 79 per cent of total supply in 2018/19. Savills also found that most larger housebuilders have halted new acquisitions and fewer sites are being brought to market.

16/04/2015 11:53

Mount Anvil, Central London’s specialist residential-led developer, has announced a record profit of £20 million for the year ended Dec 31st 2014 (2013: £15.4 million).

Continuing demand for a Mount Anvil home, across all its Central London developments, led to a 33% increase in turnover to a record £216.2 million (2013: £162.2 million).

The value of the company’s pipeline grew by 46% to £1.36 billion, accounting for 1,535 new homes (2013: 1,314 homes) and 20,000 sq m of commercial space (2013: 25,000 sq m) - driven by the purchase of Kidderpore Avenue, Hampstead (NW3) from King’s College London; and Keybridge House, Vauxhall (SW8), from BT Group - where the UK’s tallest brick residential tower will be created.

Killian Hurley, Chief Executive, Mount Anvil, said: “Ten years ago, our group turnover was £24 million. The record profit of £20 million which we have announced today, is testament to our people’s relentless focus on creating homes of exceptional quality and world-class design, in outstanding locations, and leaving a positive legacy for London.

“Mount Anvil has an unbroken record of profitability, including throughout the last recession. We believe it is our staff’s engagement which is the ultimate driver of our business achievements – people drive the numbers, numbers don’t drive the people.”

27/03/2014 11:51

Mount Anvil today announced that it has formed a £200 million partnership with global alternative asset manager Ares Management to purchase new sites and build more, much-needed homes in Central London.

Killian Hurley, Chief Executive, Mount Anvil, said: "This agreement shows a real vote of confidence in the Mount Anvil brand and team, and gives us even greater fire-power as we look to create more, high-quality Central London homes.

"The decision to continue our relationship with Ares reflects the close alignment of our values, the trust we’ve developed over the past four years and Ares’ track record of adding value to our business. The addition of The Pears Family adds a reputable financial partner and will further enable us to execute our ambitious business plan."

Bill Benjamin, Senior Partner, Ares Management, said: "With a history of delivering high-quality homes and a proven track-record of profitability, we’re delighted to continue our partnership with Mount Anvil, which is rapidly becoming one of the most respected brands in London residential property development. Since 2010, we have been increasingly drawn to the residential market in London due to its attractive demographics, strong demand for housing, and its appeal to investors from around the world."

Jonathan Rose, Group Managing Director, Pears Property, said: "Our decision to invest in Mount Anvil reflects our confidence in the business that Mount Anvil and ARES have built over the years. We are delighted to add our financial backing to the group."

Since 2010, Mount Anvil and Ares Management have partnered on 10 residential projects throughout Central London, including Lexicon and The Eagle on City Road (EC1) as well as The Filaments in Wandsworth (SW18).

KPMG advised Mount Anvil on the deal.

Source: Mount Anvil