Native Land is proud to announce it has been shortlisted for ‘Residential Property Company of the Year’ in this year’s Estates Gazette Awards.
This category recognises those who have maintained commercial success over the past year. The shortlist features residential property companies that were able to display key achievements in 2011 regarding launches, sales and senior appointments. Entrants had to prove their financial achievements as well as client satisfaction.
The awards ceremony will take place on the evening of Thursday 13th December at the London Hilton, Park Lane.
Native Land strengthened its market-leading position in 2011 through sales at NEO Bankside, a £400m world class residential scheme situated adjacent to Tate Modern. The success of this scheme undoubtedly contributed to its recognition in the Awards, as 85 per cent of the development has already been sold, raising £265m in sales.
Further to NEO Bankside, Native Land has also achieved sales success with Waldron House, a 13,000 sq ft boutique development located in Old Church Street, Chelsea. The company kept momentum by gained planning permission for its prestigious Campden Hill scheme, 180,000 sq ft super prime development in Holland Park.
This activity has made Native Land one of the UK’s most sought after development partners, with a track-record of delivering over 30% per annum equity returns from the residential sector.
Completed schemes by Native Land include the award winning Twenty Bishops Square in Spitalfields and 10 Montrose Place in Belgravia, a development of eighteen ultra-luxurious apartments.