Southall Gasworks

This scheme was different to most of those that we work on for three reasons – 1) It is not a Council estate. Two terraces of housing need to be demolished to make way for an access road to a new housing development 2) The scheme promoter is the Greater London Authority. Because the land required for the scheme is …

Whitefield, Brent Cross

The Whitefield Estate is one of the smaller Council estates within London Borough of Barnet, comprising of a number of houses, low and high rise flats. The regeneration of the estate is strongly linked to the redevelopment of nearby Brent Cross Shopping Centre and the construction of a bridge to improve access to it. Like with many estates, plans to …

High Path Estate

Sawyer Fielding are representing a large number of leaseholders and freeholders whose properties are on an estate which is likely to be subject to regeneration. Our role is to negotiate sale terms including additional compensation and to guide home owners through the Compulsory Purchase process.  Where instructed, we shall also seek to negotiate alterations to the scheme offer to ensure …

Fenwick Estate

The Fenwick Estate is within the London Borough of Lambeth and is located off Landor Road. The Estate is adjacent to Clapham North Underground Station on the Northern Line. The estate was built in the 1960’s and comprises a mix of linear and courtyard blocks. That are a maximum of 4 storeys in height. The estate is predominantly surrounded by …

Kings Norton, Birmingham

We represented 24 owners of houses of a Wimpy No Fines construction type on the Primrose Estate in Kings Norton in South Birmingham. Our representation saw significantly increased financial offers for the sale of their properties. With some of these, the offers increased by as much as 60%. Our clients were home owners at Tern Grove, Dee Grove, Ithon Grove, …

Newtown, Birmingham

We represented 15 owners of houses of a Wimpy No Fines construction type at Melbourne Avenue and Markford Walk in North Newton, all B19. Our negotiations saw increased purchase price offers and settlements. With the final 4 owners, the Council decided not to proceed with the regeneration scheme and as such, we informed our clients and took no further action. …