Industry press covers Decorean £6.2m Whetstone development


Decorean is set to begin work on a £6.2m GDV residential redevelopment of Walsingham House, Whetstone, London.

'Property and Development' magazine reported the announcement here, 'Refurb' has covered it here and 'Building Design and Construction' magazine's report is here.

Currently a 9,000 square office block, Decorean has achieved prior approval to develop the space into much needed apartments for the local area.

The development will bring 14 one and two bedroom flats to the area, with the plot also offering a secure car park. Finished to the finest specification, the apartments will underline Decorean’s ‘dedication to perfection’. The three-story, 1980’s plot is a five minute walk to Totteridge and Whetstone Underground station – just 23 minutes from Euston.

The properties, which will be competitively priced, will be on sale from late autumn 2018.

The deal is the latest in a strong pipeline for the rapidly growing construction firm, with the team also handling a number of opportunities around London and the South East, including the full refurbishment of a school and three luxury barn conversions in the home counties.

Shraga Stern, Director, Decorean, said: “This conversion will bring much-needed, high-quality housing to an area that is growing significantly. Areas throughout Barnet, including Whetstone, are ripe for investment given their proximity to central London and we’re deleted to have been chosen to construct these apartments after a competitive process.”