Firm to build four mixed-use buildings in North London
Contractor Shepherd Construction has been appointed to a £64m job to build the first phase of a mixed-used regeneration project in London.
Shepherd will deliver four six storey buildings at the Capitol Way development in Brent, North London for Royal London Asset Management and Kitewood Development Partner.
The buildings, designed by architect Leach Rhodes Walker, will include 379 apartments, 60,000ft2 of retail space and a basement car park with 450 spaces.
Mark Tant, managing director of Shepherd Construction’s south region, said he was “delighted” with the win.
He added: “This latest win underlines our commitment to helping developers bring much-needed projects to fruition that will create better environments for those living and working in the vicinity.”
The firm has also been appointed to deliver the £43m Spring Mews development in Vauxhall where it will build new student accommodation, a hotel, office space, leisure facilities and a community centre.