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St William is a new joint venture launched by National Grid and the Berkeley Group. This has the potential to provide over 7,000 homes in eight boroughs across Greater London over the next 14 years. It will combine the design expertise of Berkeley with National Grid Property's portfolio of redundant brownfield sites to create some fantastic new places for people to live.
These sites will see 83 acres of land remediated and restored to play a positive, useful role in each community. The developments will offer a broad mix of housing and a wide range of tenures from social rented and shared ownership properties, to homes for first time buyers and families, accommodation for senior living, and private apartments.
As well as creating over 7,000 new homes, the developments will support over 5,500 new jobs. The neighbouring communities will benefit from 22 acres of much needed open space, two new schools and a total contribution of over £155 million to local infrastructure and amenities.
St William aims to commence development on the first site in 2016, with the first homes being available in 2019.
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