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  • 34

    new homes

  • 2020

    year of completion

  • 14

    months to build

Delivering much needed affordable rented housing


  • Builds on residential track-record
  • 34 new homes
  • Delivered by 2020
  • Using same team behind recent St Albans homes

Our team is creating a major housing development in Tatling End, Gerrards Cross, for South Bucks District Council.

This involves demolishing existing homes and an old police station in Tatling End before replacing new homes ready for 21st century living.

The is aimed at delivering much-needed housing options for the local community including affordable rented housing and accommodation for homeless families.

Once completed, the new housing project will include 34 new apartments, 20 of which will be one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments available for private rent, with the remaining 14 two-bedroom apartments let at affordable sub-market rent.

SBDC cabinet member for health communities, Patrick Hogan:

“This is an exciting new project that will not only enhance the area, but will provide much-needed new homes for the community.”

Richard Davidson, director (new business), from our North London and the East office:

“We care about delivering affordable, high quality homes as well as ensuring every project we undertake leaves a positive impact. It's going to be great working closely with South Bucks District Council to deliver these much needed homes. Our team brings experience from affordable homes built recently for St Albans District Council where our collaborative approach has helped to meet the local housing need."

The site is located just off the A40 which allows easy access to amenities such as schools, shops, medical facilities, leisure sites, work opportunities and has excellent transport links to the motorway.

SBDC Councillor Barbara Gibbs, portfolio holder for resources:

“Helping people in South Bucks to find a home is one of the most important things we do as a Council and this scheme is just one of the significant steps we are taking to address this issue.”

Construction work will take around 14 months, with the final project set to be complete by summer 2020.