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Sustainability in Construction

Construction UK Magazine

Over the past few years, we have seen a significant increase in environmental awareness and a growing interest in reducing our footprint. A range of interrelated mega-trends has slowly but surely changed the business environment and strategic thinking for many companies across all industry sectors. Companies must react to complex, and evolving demands for addressing key global environmental concerns and showcase how their ‘positive impact’ initiatives are reflected through their culture and business progress.

After the ultra-prime property developer Northacre secured planning permission for the site of the former Metropolitan Police Headquarters in 2016 and embarked on their first venture into newbuild, they were looking for a contractor who could not only deliver a high-end development of the scope planned for The Broadway but also in the most environmentally friendly way possible. The competition saw Multiplex win the contract over three other teir one contractors to deliver six towers of thirteen to nineteen storeys offering 355,000 square feet residential space including 268 high-end apartments and 143,000 square feet of commercial and retail.

Simon Edwardson of Northacre on resonating with super-rich buyers

PrimeResi

The sales boss of London-based luxury developer Northacre explains how the firm goes about creating landmark schemes that hold appeal on the world stage, and why he isn’t worried about the prospect of further stamp duty reforms…

London has shrugged off the political uncertainty of late and continues to flex its muscles as the global centre of wealth with one of the largest populations of ultra-high-net-worth-individuals in the world. It is not a surprise, though, since the city provides not just a safe investment and a reliable place to do business, but also offers educational opportunities at some of the world’s most prestigious schools and universities, and an incomparable lifestyle.

Capital Gains: The London Properties to Invest in Now

Boat International

Whether for business or pleasure, London has a huge amount to offer potential residents. From the leafy streets of Knightsbridge and Notting Hill, to East End and City properties with superyacht marina access, wherever you choose to buy you won’t be disappointed. Plus, with an abundance of new luxury properties under construction and the pound currently cheaper against the dollar and Euro, there’s never been a better time to invest. Here’s our guide to the hottest London addresses to buy into now…

No.1 Palace Street

London property developer Northacre is now nearing completion on perhaps its grandest of projects in the capital. Ideally located beside St James' Park and opposite Buckingham Palace, No.1 Palace Street occupies a piece of the city's most desirable real estate. Seventy-two apartments are now available to buy in the historic site, whose royal affiliation can be traced back to 1860 when it hosted overflow guests of the royals as the Palace Hotel.