Congratulations to St John’s Wood Square Limited for gaining planning for the construction of residential units at the site St Johns Wood Barracks, Ordnance Hill, St Johns Wood, London, NW8 6PT. This mixed funded Brownfield site project will begin construction after the demolition of the previous infrastructure. The flexible options of development finance loans will enable the client to finish construction on time.

Hank Zarihs Associates | The St Johns Wood Square Development Cost £1.5BN

St John’s Wood Square Limited will develop the project for a period of 60 months. The project will begin in the first quarter of 2019, and it will be finished in the first quarter of 2024. Furthermore, the new structure will consist of 163 residential units and will rise up to a height of 4 storeys above the ground level.

A total of 180 parking spaces will be offered to the residents. The development will also include associated retail and restaurant accommodation, parking, access, and landscaping. 16 4-bedroom houses will be constructed, along with 58 one bedroom, 26 two-bedroom, 37 three-bedroom, and 26 four-bedroom flats. The financial budget for this project will be stabilized with the help of development finance loan options.


Commercial Bridging Loan

Squire and Partners and Wilkinson Eyre Architects Head Office will be the primary architects for this project. The primary planner will be DP9 Planning Consultants. Andy Sturgeon Landscape and Garden Design and Arcadis LLP Head Office will take the roles of landscape architect and quantity surveyor respectively.

The Mech & Elec engineering consultancy services will be provided by WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff (Head Office). Robert Bird Group will delivery consultancy services in the fields of structural and civil engineering. Atelier Ten will be the lead sustainability consultant. The project manager and management contractor will be Arcadis LLP Head Office and Craigewan respectively. The client will use the option of commercial bridging loan to finish all their ongoing projects in time.

The investors and developers of this Project can easily take up the fast and credible infrastructure capitals offered by Hank Zarihs Associates.


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