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 recent super-prime development portfolio includes Holland Park Villas, Burlington Gate in Mayfair and Cheyne Terrace in Chelsea. Future pipeline projects in London include Bankside Yards, a 1.4m sq ft mixed-use development on the South Bank; the revitalisation of South Kensington Underground Station in partnership with Transport for London (TfL); TwentyFive and OneThreeSix, the prime residential and commercial redevelopment of Regent House within The Portman Estate; and Kilmuir House, a super-prime residential development in Belgravia. 3 In Scotland, Native Land has partnered with Nuveen Real Estate to deliver the 152-unit residential element of the Edinburgh St James project, reviving one of the largest retail destinations in the UK. In parallel with its continued focus on central London development, Native Land is also seeking opportunities in fundamentally strong UK towns and cities to reposition retail assets at a time when urban centres are rethinking the future of their high streets. The company’s first acquisition as part of this strategy is the former Debenhams department store in Guildford, purchased from M&G in December 2020. Native Land is committed to delivering developments which set the highest standards in environmental sustainability, prioritising clean energy, low-impact materials, smart building management, biodiversity, and the creative re-use of buildings. To date Native Land developments have delivered more than 260 affordable homes in London and in addition, have contributed more than £100m towards new housing across the boroughs in which the company invests.
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TwentyFive, a collection of apartments and penthouses situated within 1The Portman Estate, is now complete. Only ten apartments now remain at Native Land's...
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A topping out ceremony was held last week to celebrate reaching the highest point in construction at Arbor, the first building at Bankside Yards. The 225,000 sq ft...
RW1, a new investment vehicle launched by Native Land’s founders alongside private Asian investors, has acquired Native Land’s OneThreeSix for c. £60m. It is the...
Native Land has installed 50 electric car charging points in the underground car park at the Burlington Gate development, which is due for completion in September 2017. ...