PHM once again scores a hat trick of coverage in Metro

Willmott Dixon’s private residential arm enjoys prime place on the first page of the property section today with the news that its plans for 648 one to three-bedroom apartments and a new football stadium for Brentford FC, have been approved.

This new development – which will be home to the team known locally as the Bees – is already creating quite a buzz in the area with the proposed mix of apartments to rent or buy set to offer “high quality hotel-style living” and “substantial improvements to the public realm”.

Cross to the other side of London and Affinity Sutton is getting loads of press coverage for its shared ownership homes in Lewisham including a mention of Tanners Hill and Spectrum in Metro’s ‘Launch Pad’ column.

Last but by no means least Berkeley Homes (West London)’s Queenshurst development was mentioned in a feature headlined “Developments step on the gas”, which explored the trend of housebuilders converting former gasholders. The scheme, in Kingston-upon-Thames will feature a new garden square, linear park, and 315 sustainable apartments, ranging from compact studios to three-bedroom properties.

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