Property Development

why mace?

An exemplary track record

Mace Developments has an award winning and exemplary track record of successfully delivering a range of schemes - from Private Rented Sector (PRS) to mixed-use, student accommodation to commercial development. As a result we have acquired a unique combination of skills, and an understanding of how to shape imaginative solutions, attract investment, generate high demand and create step changes in property values.

Responding to market challenges

Mace Developments is uniquely placed to respond to market challenges - and none is more high profile than those facing the residential sector, largely linked to chronic undersupply and the complexity associated with quality of delivery. We are active members on many of London’s key developer frameworks focused on this sector, including the GLA, Westminster Council and Transport for London panels. We are recognised for our ability to work up complex mixed-use residential sites, with landowners keen to partner with such an experienced strong balance sheet brand.

Experts in development

Our expertise ranges from land assembly, property rationalisation, deal structures and funding, stakeholder engagement, design and construction delivery, tenure, leasing, and asset and property management.

Bespoke financial solutions

We also take pride in being at the forefront of the industry by creating innovate funding solutions for our schemes. Our Greenwich Square development boasts the UK’s first ‘buy now, pay later’ land initiative, and our Highpoint scheme in Elephant & Castle in south London is the largest institutionally funded PRS solution on public sector land, backed also by family office and build to rent funding. Our successes have been recognised by the industry with these two schemes picking up accolades at both the What House? and RESI Awards.

“Greenwich Square is a great example of GLA brownfield land being used to build much needed housing of an excellent quality with fantastic public facilities to boost the local community.”