CGI of finished site at Hatcham Road, SE15

Planning application submitted for Hatcham Road, SE15

We’re pleased to have submitted a planning application for no. 12-38 Hatcham Road, SE15, for a proposed scheme providing 49 residential units and approximately 1500sqm of commercial space. The site adjoins our previously approved site, Iberia House, for which we’ve gained planning for 33...
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Planning approval received for Cross Lane, Hornsey

We’re pleased to finish this challenging year on a high with our application at Cross Lane, Hornsey having received detailed planning approval at Haringey Council’s Planning Committee on 7th December. The mixed-use scheme will comprise of 50 flats and 187sqm of commercial space. A...
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Regent exchanges on site at Pollards Hill North, Croydon

Regent exchanges on site at Pollards Hill North, Croydon

Here at Regent Land & Developments we are continuing to work throughout the second period of lockdown, acquiring new sites and planning and submitting applications in Croydon and South East London. We have recently acquired some exciting new sites (including Hatcham Road in Southwark) and...
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Planning approval received for Penge Road

We are pleased to have secured planning approval from Croydon Council for 1-3 Penge Road in South Norwood. The quality of design for this scheme was paramount due to the site’s unusually shaped location, and the team of designers presented three different colour options, which were submitted to...
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New site acquired at Hatcham Road, SE15

We’re pleased to announce we have exchanged on another unconditional acquisition for the purchase of 12-38 Hatcham Road, SE15. The site adjoins our current approved scheme at Iberia House and we look forward to expanding our interests in the Old Kent Road opportunity area, working in...
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Regent restores historic ‘Barnacle Works’ factory sign

Due to the nature of our work redeveloping dilapidated urban sites in London and the south east, we occasionally discover some fascinating local history located on the land we’re working on. This is certainly the case with our Bensham Lane site – home to two dilapidated commercial buildings in...
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