Housing development in north London will feature 136 mixed tenure apartments

Lovell is starting on a £36m Islington housing scheme latest this year.

Paul Smith, Morgan Sindall
Smith: combination of newly established Muse Developments and Lovell will offer significant advantages in housing

The mixed tenure development in Mildmay Avenue, north London is being developed in partnership with Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association and is expected to complete in 2009.

Paul Smith, chief Executive of Lovell’s parent Morgan Sindall said: “Today's announcement is testament to our ability to deliver high quality projects of this kind.”

Morgan Sindall has recently established a new urban regeneration division, Muse Developments, following the acquisition of Amec Developments.

Morgan Sindall this morning told the city that the combination of Muse Developments and Lovell would deliver significant advantages in affordable housing and urban regeneration markets.