We’re extremely proud of our recent project furnishing the 1st phase of the Royal Albert Wharf, and it’s now award winning!


Below from nhhg.org.uk

..One of Notting Hill Genesis’ major regeneration projects has claimed the top prize at two of the property industry’s most influential awards.

Royal Albert Wharf is a major new housing development in the Albert Basin at the east end of the Royal Albert Dock, Newham. The scheme has been named ‘Residential Project of the Year’ (London category) at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Awards (RICS), as well as claiming a prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects award (London category) (RIBA).

Designed by Maccreanor Lavington Architects, and constructed by Galliford Try, phase one of Royal Albert Wharf includes 350 new high-quality mixed tenure homes within three blocks. More than 40% of the new homes are affordable (Affordable Rent and Shared Ownership) and as part of the regeneration a historic working pump house has been retained as a focal point of the development.

Read the full article about the award at: https://www.nhhg.org.uk/news/news/press-releases/double-award-for-royal-albert-wharf/