A quiet neighbour to Leatherhead and Epsom, Ashtead is situated in one of the leafier parts of Surrey, due to being surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt. Ashtead has grown in popularity as a result of fast trains to Central London and the close proximity to the M25.
N I N E is situated approximately 10 minutes walk from the Ashtead Station, allowing quick and easy access into Central London. With increasing demand of 1 bedroom flats in Ashtead Paradigm have taken the opportunity to create 19 contemporary apartments to help supply high quality entry- level homes.
N I N E will be launched in the upcoming weeks with more information to follow...
Paradigm has completed an acquisition of 3 office units in Bromley. The assets purchased offer an outstanding opportunity for residential conversion in an area with strong local economy and short travel time to London Victoria (16 minutes). As always, Paradigm will look to maximise the number of units on the site while maintaining the highest quality design. The GDV of this scheme will be in excess of £6m on completion.Read More
Paradigm Land has successfully gained planning consent to give a new lease of life to the vacant office block that was purchased in August 2015. The Council's approval allows Ashworth House to be transformed into a maximum of 21 flats with a supplementary application to enhance the external areas and create amenity space for future occupants.
Following an extensive and detailed design process, it was decided that 19 flats would be the optimum quantity as anymore would compromise the high-quality product Paradigm Land delivers. Within a 2 month time frame Ashworth House has already gained the required consent for the 19 unit scheme and has been stripped out ready for conversion. The redevelopment will welcome new homes into an area with a strong local economy and a low supply of housing.
Wokingham has once again been voted the best place to live and bring up a family in the UK. As featured in the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail, Wokingham is no stranger to this prestigious accolade as it was awarded the same title in 2012.
Studies have revealed that the market town in Berkshire that has the perfect combination of excellent schools, low crime rate and average salaries to reside and raise a family. From safety and education to local amenities, affordable homes and being 33 miles close to London, it's no wonder to why Wokingham is the place people want to be.
Following the grant of planning permission for 34 residential units at 38 Wellington street, demolition of the existing building will soon be underway. John Collins, director at Paradigm Land commented "This is a significant milestone in the development of this historic site, it will deliver a highly innovative modern building, replacing the currently dilapidated theatre which has been an unviable going concern for many years. The commercial space at ground floor will provide revitalised community space that will be available for let. We have been in extensive discussions with contractors and hope to be in a position to deliver the scheme in the near future." The existing building had suffered from neglect and was condemned as hazardous earlier in the year and so demolition is absolutely necessary to ensure the site is safe.