Rund is celebrating the completion of Rectory Park – a multi-million-pound regeneration project in Northolt, London for long-term Rund client Network Homes.
Rectory Park is one of many projects Rund has worked on with Network Homes, as part of an ongoing 8 year working relationship. Network Homes commissioned our expertise on Rectory Park specifically for our Clerk of Works and Fire Stopping Inspection services, after being impressed with our commitment to and delivery of consistently high-quality projects within the affordable housing and shared residential sector.
The Rectory Park project forms part of a major regeneration scheme in London, with an overarching aim of meeting demand for better quality, affordable housing. Work on the project began in 2015, with multiple phases put in place to redevelop the existing estate. While some homes have been developed for social housing, others will be offered London Living Rent homes – providing rental units at a subsidised rate for middle-income households, enabling tenants to build up a deposit to ultimately buy their own home.
Paul Belfield, director at Rund said: “The Rectory Park project has brought multiple benefits to an area which has needed redevelopment for quite some time. Affordable housing is in high demand, but quality should always go hand-in-hand with affordability when it comes to such developments. We’re proud to have worked with our valued client, Network Homes on such a significant project, helping to give more people access to affordable homes which are created to exacting standards and built to last.”
Taranjit Sandhar, project manager at Network Homes said: “Our work centres around our belief that everyone should have a good home, no matter what their income. Our Rectory Park project is testament to this belief, and so we are grateful to Rund for ensuring the highest quality of work was carried out. The completion of Rectory Park gives more people the ability to buy or rent a built-for-purpose home in a geographic area of need, allowing individuals and families to stay within their communities rather than being displaced.”