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Hoola London

Royal Victoria Docks, Newham E16 1US Complete

Hoola London is 360 individually designed homes set across two commanding, rippling glass towers. Properties here range from studio to three bedroom apartments, with a private landscaped garden for all residents to enjoy.

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Rehearsal Rooms

3 Victoria Road, North Acton, W3 6HU Complete

Rehearsal Rooms was created to meet the huge demand in London for high-quality, purpose-built Build to Rent (BTR) homes. Designed by Newground Architects, Rehearsal Rooms was one of London’s first institutionally backed BTR schemes.

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The Boiler House

Hayes, Hillingdon UB3 Complete

The Boiler House, HUB’s second development in The Old Vinyl Factory regeneration in Hayes, derives its name from the steam and heating plant that once serviced the entire factory site. Designed by Studio Egret West, the Boiler House provides 54 environmentally-conscious homes at the heart of the remarkable regeneration project.

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Material Store

Hayes, Hillingdon UB3 Complete

One of two HUB developments at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, Material Store is our second Build to Rent development, this time working with Fizzy Living with design by Newground Architects. Material Store provides 189 rental homes, with the first triplex to rent homes available in the UK.

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Chesterfield House

Wembley, Brent HA9 7RH Under Construction

Chesterfield House is a strategic site in the heart of Wembley Central, previously occupied by a rather unloved office building. We secured planning permission for the redevelopment of the site to provide 239 apartments, retail space, a public square and a community centre.

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Queen's Quarter

Croydon, CR9 3JS Under Construction

The fifth major collaboration between HUB and social impact investor Bridges Fund Management, the scheme will deliver 513 homes and the revitalisation of the well-loved park; The Queen's Gardens.

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Abbey Place

Abbey Wood, Greenwich SE2 9RJ Planning Granted

This site was purchased in December 2015 with consent for a hotel and apartments but we returned to the drawing board in collaboration with award-winning architects shedkm. A resolution to grant planning permission, for an enhanced scheme of 245 apartments, was granted in October 2017 with City Hall confirming their approval in January 2018.

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The Landing

King Street, Maidenhead SL6 Planning Granted

Smedvig appointed HUB as Development Manager for The Landing in July 2017. The site benefits from an existing planning permission for the demolition of existing buildings to construct a mixed-used town centre neighbourhood including up to 5,046sqm of retail use, 36,304sqm of office use, 22,770sqm of residential use, and 150 car parking spaces located in an underground basement.

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Wembley Link

Wembley, Brent HA9 Planning Granted

HUB has submitted planning applications on two pieces of Network Rail land on the Eastern Fringe of Wembley High Road, situated behind its Chesterfield House scheme. The Wembley Link site will deliver up to 250 homes, continuing HUB’s involvement in the revitalisation of Wembley High Road.

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Wood Lane

Wood Lane, White City W12

HUB are working with Women’s Pioneer Housing and Bridges Fund Management, to redevelop Browning House on Wood Lane. Women’s Pioneer Housing are London’s largest specialist housing association for women. Their mission is to provide 80 new homes and services which offer a springboard to independent women to achieve their potential more than doubling the number currently on site.

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Digbeth Bus Garage

Digbeth Bus Garage, Birmingham B9

HUB has recently acquired a large site in the heart of Digbeth, Birmingham. The site itself has approximately 200 metres of canal frontage which will help to form a new vibrant area of public realm that both residents and visitors will be able to enjoy. The development will also include a diverse mix of amenities to offer the local community whilst complimenting the changing context. HUB will bring forward plans for a large-scale mixed-use scheme, comprising creative workspace, residential, leisure and retail uses, creating an exciting new live/work destination for Birmingham.

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