Expansion for London Square with two new regions – Show House

Expansion for London Square with two new regions – Show House

Leading residential developer London Square has established two new regions, London Square North and London Square South, as the company gears up to build 2,000 homes a year by 2028.

The WhatHouse? Award-winning developer’s growth plans roll out as the company is appointed on its third major regeneration scheme in the capital in the past six months. South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust has chosen London Square as the development partner to provide new homes for the next phase of Springfield Park, part of the transformation of the Springfield University Hospital site in Wandsworth.

The new regions, London Square North and London Square South, will be at operational level and will form part of the London Square Group comprising its private for sale arm, London Square Developments, its public sector division, London Square Partners, London Square Works, its commercial division, and London Square Living.

Alan Edgar has joined London Square as managing director North, moving from Mount Anvil where he was production director following director level roles at Berkeley Homes West London and Berkeley, St Edward.

Sean Gavin has taken up the new role of managing director South, after 12 years as production director at Berkeley Homes and, before that, at Ballymore where he was UK construction director.

Adam Lawrence, chief executive, London Square, says: “This is an exciting time of expansion and we are delighted to welcome Alan Edgar and Sean Gavin, who bring outstanding expertise and track records to lead our new divisions at an operational level. We are now offering the entire eco-system of tenures – private for sale, for rent and affordable – as well as retail, office, leisure and community space through our commercial arm, London Square Works. We have committed to £2bn investment over the next five years to building well-designed homes across the capital, increasing from 500 homes completed this year to 2,000 homes a year by 2028.”

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