We partner with public sector organisations to create new residential communities where people want to live.
Through the regeneration and intensification of underutilised land, air rights and the adoption of the latest modular construction technologies we can deliver good quality homes quickly and efficiently.
Our approach has been welcomed by key stakeholders including public sector partners, such as Transport for London (TfL) and the GLA. We are seeking additional public-sector partners including local authorities to identify sites where AfL can work in collaboration with the landowner to deliver further new homes and enhance asset value.
Working in partnership with Transport for London (TfL)
Apartments for London is currently working in partnership with TfL on proposals for the redevelopment of a number of sites across London. Our innovative model is ideally suited to unlocking development potential on TfL’s land and providing much needed affordable homes in areas with excellent transport connections. We are in discussions with TfL regarding several sites and look forward to working with the organisation to deliver more affordable homes for London’s key workers.
Our partnership with TfL is focused on the delivery of genuinely affordable rental homes to meet the needs of young professionals and key workers seeking a short commute to their place of work and the benefits of living close to Central London. Each development is designed to respect its setting within the local community while meeting the growing demand for housing across London.
Our affordable homes model for TfL can deliver 100% affordable developments with a minimum of 20% discount to market rents. Our homes include studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Our Affordable Homes
- Fast, efficient precision manufactured
- 100% affordable homes with a minimum of 20% discount on market rate
- All homes compliant with London Plan space guidelines
- Targeted at key workers and young professionals
- Good quality design and architecture
- Unlocks hard to develop sites
- Utilising sites, such as car parks, without impacting existing uses
- Less disruption from construction