has demonstrated that apartment architecture can please both the purists and the buying public. Its Regency Apartments scheme in London's Westminster has won praise from RIBA president George Ferguson
for its design quality and now its 204 apartments and three £795,000-plus houses are sold out. Designed by Assael
Architecture, the scheme also incorporates 49 apartments for registered social landlords Notting Hill Housing Trust and Ujima Housing Association and an ambulance station, which cost Barratt more than £200,000. Homes sold at £350,000 for a two-bedroom apartment to more than £1m for a penthouse.