'Why Knock it Down?'

With ESG and NetZero so high on today's business agenda I thought it was fitting to talk about our new asset in Kensington, Allen House.

Our latest £50m West London residential acquisition was originally marked for demolition for the ease of process and a reduction in cost. However, we’ve chosen to work closely with Residence One and O&D London on a significant renovation project that retains the original structure.


By doing this we’re not only hugely reducing our carbon footprint and scope one and two emissions, but also limiting impact on local residents who live in the Kensington and Chelsea borough.


You can read more about our work on Allen House here in a piece I wrote for exclusively for React News (£).

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