Our development track record
Projects by Burgess Estates
Old Brompton Road, Earls Court, London
Edwardes House was acquired as an existing investment, lease to tenant terminated and premium paid, planning permission obtained for a 14,000 sq.ft residential and retail scheme, retail unit pre-let to Tesco.
A 1.2 acre site located in Richmond Town Centres historic core. Acquired as an existing office and car park investment, planning permission obtained for a 25,000 sq. ft. mixed use scheme consisting of residential, offices...
East Reading Retail Centre
A 1.5 acre disused petrol filling station site openly marketed by Adlers. Acquired subject to planning for 15,000 sq.ft. of retail. Let to Frankie & Bennies, The Dixons Group, American Golf, Carphone Warehouse, Oddbins and...
A 3.8 acre factory acquired subject to planning for 36,500 sq. ft. of retail (pre-let to Homebase and Carpetright) including 24 x 2 Bed Flats. Planning consent obtained and scheme developed. Sold to Belgravia Property...
|Site Address||Planning/Development Status|
|62 Star Road, West Kensington, London. (London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham).||A private car park acquired at a Barnard Marcus Auction. Planning consent gained for 2 x 2 Bed Houses that were developed and sold on. Architect: Measures Scarfe. Contractor: Discovery.|
|Central Service Station, Ham. (London Borough of Richmond).||A petrol station owned by Harcourt Industrial Holdings acquired off market. Planning consent gained for 5 Town Houses 3 x 3 Bed and 2 x 4 Bed. The site was then sold. Architect: Martin Clerichie.|
|Claremont Road, Teddington, Middlesex. (London Borough of Richmond).||A disused factory acquired off market. Planning consent gained for 4 Houses 1 x 4 Bed, 3 x 3 Bed, and 6,000 sq. FT. of offices. The site was then sold. Architect: Martin Clerichie.|
|208 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London. (London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham).||A listed building openly marketed by DTZ (London), occupied by regulated tenants with a vacant A1 unit on Ground Floor, acquired unconditionally. The building was then sold with vacant possession to Berkeley Homes, subject to planning, who implemented a consent for 22 x Bed Flats retaining the A1 unit.|
|Coley Avenue, Woking, Surrey. (Woking Borough Council).||A bungalow with large garden. Openly marketed by Churchods Estate Agents, acquired unconditionally. Planning permission gained for 2 x 4 Bed Houses developed and sold. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
|Scrap Yard, Alpha Road, Hampton, Middlesex. (London Borough of Richmond).||A heavily contaminated scrap yard. Openly marketed by Featherstone Leigh Estate Agents. Acquired subject to planning, consent gained for 3 x 4 Bed Town Houses and 4,000 sq. ft. of offices. Developed and sold. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
|Stanley Gardens, Acton, London. (London Borough of Hounslow)||A car park. Openly marketed by FPD Savills (London) acquired unconditionally. Consent gained for 6 x 1 Bed, 5 x 2 Bed flats and 2,000 sq. FT. of offices. Developed and sold off plan. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
|Fernbank Road, Ascot, Berkshire. (Bracknell Forest Council).||A Greenfield site openly marketed by Romans Estate Agents. Acquired Subject to planning, consent gained for 29 units ranging from 2 Bed Flats to 5 Bed Houses. Developed and sold. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
|3 & 4 Sandalswoods End, Beaconsfield, Bucks. (South Bucks District Council).||Two period houses and large plot of land. Openly marketed by FPD Savills (Oxford). Acquired on subject to planning basis, consent obtained for 3 x 5 Bed Houses and reconfiguration of existing houses. Developed and sold. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
|Ray Park Avenue, Maidenhead, Berkshire. (Windsor & Maidenhead Borough Council).||A pair of houses acquired off market subject to planning, consent obtained for 9 x 2 Bed Apartments. Developed and recently released. Architect: M.S.G. Contractor: M.S.G.|
"From the time of agreeing investment terms, through to receiving exceptional returns upon the scheme’s sale, Burgess Estates proved to be a competent developer who was easy to deal with and honest in their business dealings with me."
David Crossland, Crossland Private Office