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About Us

Hadley Property Group is a privately-owned development company which specialises in progressive, sustainable approaches to the delivery of much-needed housing in Greater London and other major UK cities. Our portfolio contains residential-led mixed use schemes, large-scale regeneration projects (usually delivered in partnership with local authorities) and prime, central London developments.

The Group was founded in 2003 and has built its reputation on the delivery of high quality developments with a focus on the Greater London area.

We are a member of the GLA London Developer Panel 2 (LDP2), a framework of developers, housing associations and contractors appointed by the Mayor of London to deliver housing on London's publicly-owned land for the next five years. Prior to our appointment to this, Hadley was a member of the inaugural London Developer Panel in partnership with Mace Group (as Hadley Mace). It was this joint venture which won the bid for the Heart of East Greenwich development, a former NHS hospital that comprises nearly 700 residential units, a new library, health centre and 8,000 sqft of commercial space.

We have also formed strategic partnerships with a number of housing associations and Local Authorities across the UK. This approach has seen success recently in the fields of mixed-use regeneration schemes at Totterdown Reach (in central Bristol), South Grove (in Walthamstow), the aforementioned Greenwich Square and Green Lanes (in Haringey). Hadley is also preparing to assemble a design team for a Thames-side scheme in Tower Hamlets, meaning that our pipeline will see the building of 3,000 homes across London and the South West.

Alvarium acquired a stake in Hadley in March 2011 to provide funding to facilitate future growth. The Hong Kong-based Peterson Group acquired half of Alvarium’s stake in Hadley in October 2013, further boosting equity resources with which to fund acquisitions. You can read more about Our Shareholders here.

Members of the GLA London Developer Panel 2 (LDP2), a framework of developers, housing associations and contractors appointed by the Mayor of London to deliver housing on London’s publicly-owned land until 2022