We are Cathedral.
We are about to enter one of the most exciting phases of our development. Over the last 13 years we have built a reputation in the property industry as one of the most exciting, innovative and forward thinking developers working in the UK. We see huge opportunity ahead of us. Our time is now.
Public Private Partnership
The PPP development model that we created early in Cathedral’s life, building 6000 student bedrooms in partnership with higher educational establishments across London and the South East, that we nurtured through our partnership with the London Fire Brigade at Canary South, has now matured and could not be more relevant to today’s economic reality.
How we can pay for public buildings in this time of economic crisis and public spending austerity programmes is a problem facing local authorities and other public service bodies right across the country. Our Public Private Partnership development model, perfectly illustrated by our scheme in Clapham – a partnership with Lambeth Council that’s providing them with a new library and leisure centre at no cost to the public purse – could not be more relevant. It provides a way forward for local authorities when all other doors are shut. It means a whole new way of thinking about partnership between private and public sectors, requires creativity and commitment to public service ideals and at its heart it’s about great community placemaking. We have the experience, the resources and the team to grasp this opportunity, build on the very successful £425m pipeline we are already developing and make a real contribution to how people live, work and play.
Our Special Projects portfolio of private speculative development is thriving. Through strategic partnership we have been able to build a £1.1bn pipeline of projects and create significant uplift in land value by employing great design, understanding what makes great places and delivering them by innovative and thoughtful use of the planning system.
The Old Vinyl Factory
We hold a number of hotels in our portfolio including the Grade II listed Jacobean-style mansion Eynsham Hall in Oxfordshire and Grade I listed Sundridge Park Manor in Bromley which was designed by British Architect John Nash in 1797. Jeremy Wall, our Head of Hotels manages the hotel portfolio which we are currently expanding to include more properties throughout London the south east.
Sundridge Park Manor
Over the past 13 years we have delivered extensively in primary healthcare, providing high quality health facilities and medical centres throughout the UK. Several our of schemes have been awarded Europe-wide accolades for design and delivery. Each of our healthcare projects is tailored to the needs of our client and we are very proud of the partnerships we have built with with individual GP practices and PCTs.
St Stephen’s Gate
We have a great team in place in our 18th Century listed church, next to The Shard in London Bridge, and it is growing. We have gathered around us the best professional consultants we could wish for and we are working with some of the best architects in the world and making places we are very proud of.
St Thomas’s Church
Here are some of our projects…
The Deptford Project, London
Bromley South Central, London
The Old Vinyl Factory, Hayes, West London
Morden Wharf, Greenwich Peninsular
The Movement, Greenwich and The Movement Cafe
Circus Street, Brighton
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