Native Land is proud to announce it has been shortlisted for ‘Small Developer of the Year’ and ‘Development of the Year’ in the RESI Awards 2012 for NEO Bankside, a joint venture with Grosvenor.
The Small Developer of the Year category recognises companies with less than 1,000 units that concentrate on quality rather than quantity. The shortlist features companies that have contributed to or developed schemes which regenerate an area, or invested in sustainability to improve a residential location. Every aspect of performance from sales, finance, design, product range and build quality is assessed.
The Development of the Year category recognises a scheme that has incorporated elements beyond the norm. The shortlist features companies who have incorporated elements such as, innovative or novel design features, sustainable benchmarks, strong environmental credentials, benefits to the local community, integrations of private and public housing and schemes that have shown commercial success.
The awards ceremony will take place on the evening of Tuesday 15th May at the InterContinental Hotel London, Park Lane.
Native Land, which has acquired £250m of development land, and has over 1m sq ft in the planning and development pipeline, has become synonymous with high-quality, luxury living spaces.
In 2011, it reinforced its market-leading position through sales at NEO Bankside, a £400m world class residential scheme situated adjacent to Tate Modern; Waldron House, a 13,000 sq ft boutique development located on Old Church Street, Chelsea; alongside gaining planning consent for its prestigious Campden Hill scheme, a 180,000 sq ft super prime development in Holland Park.
This has made it 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.