Affordable Housing Development in London

Part 2: Engaging with London’s developer-RSLs

All developers were hit by the downturn and just like the house builders, the RSLs are now picking themselves back up. In their own words they explain their appetite for land, available funding and preferred deal structures: Part 2 covers:

  •  Development pipeline and appetite for new sites by RSL by location
  • Key staff contact details for development teams at the top 30 developer-RSLs
  • Deals sought and preferred deal structure for each RSL
  • Available funding and required lot sizes for each RSL
  • Methods for maximising value
  • Their expectations and strategies for the next few years

Contributors include:

Daniel Lynch , A2 Dominion
Kerry Kyriacou , Affinity Sutton
Bunmi Atta , AmicusHorizon
Jim McKinnon , Catalyst Housing Group
Iain Taylor , Circle Anglia
Geoff Pearce , East Thames Group
Debbie Collins , Estuary HA
Angela Wood
, Family Mosaic
Ian Beckett
, Gallions HA
Steve Coleman
, Genesis Housing Group
Teresa Snaith
, Hanover HA
Kerry Heath
, Hexagon HA
Colin Archer
, Islington & Shoreditch HA
Mike Johnson
, London & Quadrant
Angela Epps
, Metropolitan Housing Partnership
William Cornall
, Moat
Elaine Parker
, Network Housing Group
John Hughes
, Notting Hill Housing Group
Andrew Brown
, Octavia Housing
Alan Williams
, One Housing Group
Gareth Jones
, Origin Group
Claire Bennie
, Peabody Trust
Tim Weightman
, Places for People Homes
Ben Wood
, Servite Houses
Paula Fance
, Shepherds Bush HA
Dale Meredith
, Southern Housing Group
Steve Flowers
, Swan Housing Group
Guy Burnett
, Thames Valley Housing
Danny Kaye
, The Guinness Trust
Wilks , The Hyde Group

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November 2015




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