Adderstone Group, has opened a London office in a move which sees the Group focusing on residential and commercial opportunities in the capital.
Adderstone London, based in Marleybone, is being headed up by Philippa Gray.
She makes the move from Adderstone Group’s HQ in Newcastle, having spent three years within the Development team in Newcastle. Philippa will initially be project managing the delivery of Sultan House, a luxury residential scheme in Bermondsey, South East London and also working with key contacts in the capital to establish residential and commercial development and investment opportunities.
Philippa said: “London continues to be the UK’s hub for major property companies and institutional investors so it feels like this is a natural progression. I am excited to be part of this latest chapter in the Adderstone story.”
Adderstone Group has a long track record in the delivery of successful residential and commercial schemes, predominantly in the North East.
An economic footprint prepared by Planning Consultants Lichfield Planning and Development Consultancy has confirmed that the Group has provided homes for over 2,000 people and has delivered projects with a combined construction value of over £400m in the North East region.
In addition, the Group is growing its significant investment portfolio and has recently acquired a number of commercial assets including Gainsborough House on Grey Street, Leeds Building Society’s HQ at Cobalt Business Park and The Rivergreen Centre, home of Atom Bank HQ, in Durham.