4th January 2012
Planning consent for 137 New Homes at Blackwall Lane, Greenwich.
Kitewood are pleased to announce we have planning consent for 137 new homes across 3 sites on the old Council sites in Blackwall Lane and Commercial Street, in the historic town of Greenwich.
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Kitewood is a privately held property development and investment group engaged in speculative and affordable residential development, commercial development, investment, strategic land and house building, through its subsidiaries; Kitewood Urban Development, Kitewood Commercial, Octave Homes, Cascade, Kitewood Strategic Land, Kitewood Resolution, Kitewood Halls and Kitewood Investments.
Founded in 1993, Kitewood Group has it’s headquarters in Central London and an office in Downton, Wiltshire (Octave Homes West). The Group undertakes residential, commercial and mixed use developments in rural and urban locations primarily in the South East, but increasingly in the South West, Midlands and North of England.
We buy land and deliver added value by flexible, creative and careful design development and proactive management of the planning consent process. We then undertake the construction either ourselves, in house building through Octave Homes, or via independent contractors and then sell or lease out the completed developments. All developments are undertaken with a strong emphasis on risk control and mitigation.
We place great value on integrity, professionalism, hard work and the many valuable relationships we have been fortunate to develop. We are committed to deliverability and making a long-term contribution to the communities with whom we are active.
Kitewood is well placed and well balanced for sustained, steady growth.
1 June 2011
We are pleased to announce that Kitewood’s Effra Road Development in London SW2 has been shortlisted under the Projects Scheme Section of the Housing Design Awards.
The Scheme for 42 flats, over 3 floors, features an entry from 1st floor terraces which also provides direct sunlight into a narrow pedestrian mews. The mews then widens to incorporate a children’s playground with a back drop of a crescent shaped bicycle store.
This original and innovative idea is one of the many which have been designed into this scheme which recognises both ecological and sustainable merits.