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Following a competitive bidding process, West Ham United selected Galliard Group as the purchaser for the site ahead of a number of other national and international companies. The Club was impressed with Galliard’s links to the local community and our commitment to honouring the history of the Hammers at the Boleyn Ground as part of the proposed development. The new village, which will have a construction programme of some 30 months, has an anticipated completion date of late 2018.
Galliard Homes was absolutely delighted when Marconi House won “Best Large Development” in the prestigious Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2013.
This year we launch our new Platinum Collection, a group of developments in London’s most desirable locations. Included in this collection are prestigious W1 addresses at Great Cumberland Place, Portland Place and Chiltern Street. The most recent purchase for the Platinum Collection is 35 Old Queen Street, St. James.
The conversion and refurbishment of this Listed building in central London’s Strand, once home to the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, took place between 2010 and 2012, in partnership with Frogmore. Marconi House has most certainly become the jewel in our crown.
The Drayton Park development is part of the regeneration of the area surrounding Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium. As part of the sales offering some purchasers were given the bonus of an Arsenal season ticket. This hugely successful sales release was attended by hundreds of people and the development sold out in one weekend.
Galliard purchased a whole peninsular site close to the Cutty Sark. Now known as New Capital Quay, it has water on three sides. The sales release took place in September 2007 and was attended by thousands of people. More than 400 apartments were sold in just one weekend.
By offering hotel suites as an investment for the first time, the Park Plaza Hotel County Hall was a pioneering project for both Galliard and the market. The hotel is built on part of the original County Hall GLC headquarters site.
Bermondsey’s regeneration began when Galliard purchased a complete street of townhouses just off the Old Kent Road and replaced them with new houses on the original footprints. The development was so favourably received by the buying public that the regeneration of the whole area can be traced back to this pioneering project.
This is the redevelopment of a converted office building formally occupied by Shell and known as The Shell. Downstream Building was one of the most popular riverside conversions to happen. Potential purchasers queued for almost two weeks.
Galliard Homes was able to purchase the North and South blocks of the former GLC headquarters at County Hall opposite the Houses of Parliament. The launch was an historic event; purchasers queued for 10 days prior to the sales release. Everyone was anxious to own a piece of London history.
Burrells Wharf is a spectacular conversion of Victorian warehouses, comprising many different blocks. On the site there’s a statue of the great Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 – 1859). Amongst his many achievements, this engineering genius designed the track layout, track, rolling stock and tunnels for the Great Western Railway.
Galliard Homes was the first developer to return to Docklands after the early 90’s property crash. We purchased the completed development from the receivers and took it to market. The response was tremendous and the development virtually sold out on the release weekend.
“In the early 1990s, the London property market was finding its feet again and I was looking for my next challenge. I joined forces with the late John Black to see if we could take advantage of the emerging opportunities. Our first project was a development of 110 apartments in Enfield. The nearest main road was Galliard Road and so Galliard Homes was born”.