Regent sponsors Fairfield Halls’ Croydon Arts Ball

As a proud member of the Croydon community, Regent Land and Developments are thrilled to have been given the opportunity to get involved in one of the most highly-anticipated events in the local calendar this year – the re-opening of Fairfield Halls. Fairfield Halls closed in...
Comments : Off

Brownfield vs greenfield – which is better for developers?

What happens when property developers have to choose whether to build on brownfield or greenfield land? There are pros and cons to each type of site and it may even depend on the specific requirements of the project as to whether one is a preferable option over another. In this...
Comments : Off

New project submitted for Rotherhithe site!

A new project has been submitted for the development of 48 flats over 12 storeys and ground floor commercial space for our site in Rotherhithe.  We have worked hard on the design to ensure that we retain all public realm space including the retention of all existing trees....
Comments : Off

Update: planning application for Iberia House approved!

On the evening of Monday 29th July 2019, Southwark Planning Committee unanimously approved our scheme for 33 flats over 9 storeys, 35% affordable provision and over 900 sqm of new, quality commercial space over 2 floors. Special thanks to all our Consultants, namely Stephen Davy...
Comments : Off

Update: planning application for East Bay Mill approved!

Another Planning success last Thursday evenings with Colchester Council unanimously approving our application for 20 new homes at our site East Bay Mill! The application provides for 19 new build homes, and the restoration of the Grade II listed mill into a 3 bed house. ...
Comments : Off

Three urban technology trends changing modern cities

Key trends in technology are transforming the way that people interact with their environments in a number of different industries, and as these become more prominent and widespread, property developers and architects will have to take these changes into consideration when...
Comments : Off

Top regeneration areas in London and the South East

With increasing demand for housing in London and the south east, and space limited, existing urban areas are continuously requiring redevelopment in order to meet demand. Every year millions of pounds are assigned to developers to build new housing, regenerate shopping areas,...
Comments : Off

The changing landscape of housing in England

Back in 1967 the UK government published the first English Housing Survey, a continuous national survey collecting information about people’s housing circumstances and the condition of housing in England.  In the 50+ years since, the survey has proved invaluable at giving us...
Comments : Off

New scheme announcment: Imperial House, Colindale

Regent Land are pleased to be working in partnership with Hyelm Group Charitable organisation. Together we are working on delivering high quality, affordable accommodation. This site will deliver 3 – 16 storey buildings to provide 155 bed spaces in a co-living...
Comments : Off

8 Interesting facts about land use in the UK

London is one of the most built up local authorities in the UK with 98 per cent of the area built on, however the situation with the rest of the UK is a different story. This might not necessarily come as a major surprise given that London’s population is well over 8million and...
Comments : Off