Willmott Dixon has transformed some of the largest estates in London, replacing life expired housing and areas built over 40 years ago with bright new living space.
Our latest project is to rejuvenate the 1960s-built Dee Park estate in Reading with 763 new homes over the next eight years. It’s just the latest in a series of projects where we work with RSLs and local authorities to transform estates in urban locations.
In the last ten years, we created over 5,000 new homes through regeneration, mainly in London.
As well as our contracting skills, we also bring finance and development expertise that allows us to work in partnership with RSLs and local authorities, as is the case with Dee Park, where our consortium is creating a mix of homes for sale and available for affordable rent. This draws on the strengths of our property development team.
From South Acton in Ealing, Rayners Lane in Harrow and Wolverton Park near Milton Keynes, to Church End in Neaden and Levebre estate in east London, we have transformed lives with new homes and living space for people young and old to thrive in. This includes the decanting and relocation of residents as their homes are replaced and close involvement of our community teams to ensure local people benefit from the work we do.