Projex is currently on site with 1,000 live residential units, excluding student accommodation.
The division is enjoying continued success across all sectors from apartments and the city living marketplace through to high end homes for high net worth individuals where Projex provides a bespoke range of services including project management, cost consultancy and principal designer.
Current projects are located throughout the UK and include new build, especially PRS (Private Rented Sector) schemes, conversions and renovations.
A 214-unit scheme for Haxted Estates in Surrey will start on site later this month and comprises new build construction of five apartment blocks with basement car parking and a Primary Care Trust unit at ground floor level.
Projex are also instructed on two prestigious schemes in Birmingham – Pershore Street and Windmill Hill with Link City and Court Collaboration respectively.
The 334 unit Pershore Street development is the first large scale new build PRS development in Birmingham and developer Link City’s first residential venture outside London, creating a potential flagship scheme for a wider, national rollout.
It follows the successful conversion of an 11-storey commercial office building into 55 residential apartments on behalf of SHP Opportunity Fund General Partner Limited, which is widely acknowledged as the first completed residential PRS scheme in Birmingham and was completed in June 2016.
Another multi-million pound house is nearing completion for luxury new build and property refurbishment, bespoke joinery and cabinet makers, Cotswold Oak. The eight-bedroom, high specification residence also involved building a new coach house, office, three double garages and two separate apartments and is the fourteenth development Projex has completed for the Midlands-based company.
Work is also progressing on the first phase of plans to transform a site on the edge of Lake Windermere into a stunning new 3-storey executive home, complete with new two-storey boat house and residential cottage.
The project has involved working in conjunction with both the Environment Agency and South Lakeland District Council to sensitively dredge part of Lake Windermere in order to provide unrestricted access from the lake to the new boat house. The second phase of works are planned to commence towards the end of this year.
Director Gregory Kirby comments: “The calibre of clients and the projects currently live on site means that Projex is well placed to continue supporting clients of all types and sizes across the still buoyant residential sector.”