Hawkins Brown working on £500m build-to-rent scheme

Legal & General Wandsworth BTR scheme

Architect wins planning for 1,000 homes on two sites in Wandsworth Town

Hawkins Brown is working on Legal & General’s largest build-to-rent scheme to date, a £500m 1,000-home development.

L&G’s build-to-rent fund, along with Dutch pension fund PGGM and L&G Capital, bought two sites in Wandsworth, south London, totalling six acres. They are currently occupied by a B&Q and a Homebase on either side of the A217 and beside a railway line.

The deal means L&G now has nearly 5,000 build-to-rent homes in its UK build-to-rent (BTR) pipeline.

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