Native Land


Native Land was established in 2003 and is one of London’s leading mixed use and housing developers, delivering homes for private sale and rental as well as affordable housing, including social rented and shared-ownership accommodation. Native Land’s current development portfolio of around 1 million sq ft includes: the multi-award winning NEO Bankside, a £400m joint venture with Grosvenor, situated adjacent to Tate Modern, which has also provided 132 mixed-tenure affordable homes across the London Borough of Southwark; Cheyne Terrace, a joint venture with Grosvenor, which has delivered 85,000 sq ft of prime, private residential accommodation in Chelsea together with 12,000 sq ft of social rented housing; Burlington Gate, a 90,000 sq ft gallery and residential development in Mayfair, which will also release £7.4 million for affordable housing and public realm improvements in Westminster; and Campden Hill, another joint venture with Grosvenor which will comprise 72 private apartments within 175,000 sq ft of accommodation and a further 97 affordable homes in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.