JaeVee Completes On Dagmar Road, Stroud Green
Last updated 5th March 2020 • JaeVee Marketing • JaeVee
JaeVee has joint ventured on a ground up development in Stroud Green, London. The project entails the construction of 6 residential dwellings with potential to increase the density by adding a further 2 residential dwellings in the approved basement area.
The construction programme has been set as 12 months with a further 3 months allocated for the sales period.
JaeVee's CEO, Ben James Smith commented:
"We're pleased to have completed another joint venture in the ever growing development portfolio we’re establishing across key regional places in the UK.
This particular site is conveniently situated close to sufficient transportation links with 5 overground and underground stations located within approximately 1 mile, all offering regular services into Central London making it an ideal commuter location.
Over the last 5 years to July 2019, property prices in the London borough of Haringey have increased by 30.52% which represents an annualised increase of 6.1%. This performance, coupled with the site’s close proximity and accessibility to Central London, make Stroud Green a very good investment proposition.”
JaeVee, as part of our 8-point safeguard protection plan, will be overseeing the project through to the successful exit. Our sister company, Hatch, will be project managing the scheme with JaeVee working closely with the senior debt lenders monitoring surveyor in our role as the Employers Agent.
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