Neptune Submits Olympic Fringe Plan

Posted in News on Wednesday, 21 November 2012

London-based private developer Neptune Group has submitted plans for Neptune Wharf, a mixed-used scheme close to the Olympic Park in east London.

The plans, submitted to the London Legacy Development Corporation, are for as many as 800 homes, 110,000 sq ft of commercial space and a primary school.

The proposed site, within...

Planning submitted at Neptune Wharf

Posted in News on Friday, 12 October 2012

Neptune is delighted to announce that planning has be submitted at Neptune Wharf, Fish Island, E3.

The submission is for over 600 residential units, 70,000 sq ft of B1 & retail space and 30,000 sq ft of D1 educational use.

Neptune buys Texryte House, N1

Posted in News on Monday, 23 July 2012

Neptune Group is delighted to announce the purchase of Texryte House, Southgate Roadd, N1. The development will provide 9 residential units in a range of 1, 2 & 3 beds.

Planning granted at Sun Wharf

Posted in News on Monday, 02 July 2012

Neptune is delighted to announce the granting of planning permission at Sun Wharf on Gillender St, London, E3. The scheme provides 109 residential units and 18,000 soft of commercial space.

Sun Wharf was highly commended by CABE for its design in the planning application process.

Neptune buys Clerkenwell building

Posted in News on Monday, 06 February 2012

Neptune is delighted to announce the purchase of Barbican House, situated on Old Street, EC1.

The property will join our portfolio of commercial premises for active management and urban regeneration.

Bank of Scotland Corporate £30m Search for Property Entrepreneurs

Posted in News on Thursday, 15 October 2009

Neptune Group has been short listed as one of the five finalists in the South of England & Wales region. Director, Patrick Heffron “We are now in the running to win a tremendous prize, which in today’s economic climate takes on an even greater magnitude.

£10m interest free for 3 years would be used to expand the group’s...

Cousins close in on £10m funding prize

Posted in News on Tuesday, 09 September 2008

A pair of cousins, who are originally from Co Tyrone have been named finalists in the Bank of Scotland Corporate £30 million Search for Property Entrepreneurs.

Five entrepreneurs close in on £10m interest-free prize

Posted in News on Friday, 09 May 2008

Native Land, Cathedral, Neptune and Urban Space and Tolladine make it to south England and Wales final. By Lydia Stockdale. Band of Scotland Corporate has announced the first set of finalists in its £30m Search for Property Entrepreneurs. The five finalists in the south England and Wales region are Native Land, Cathedral, Neptune and Urban...

LDA faces £3m bill in Olympics row

Posted in News on Wednesday, 05 March 2008

By Dan Thomas

The London Development Authority could be forced to pay up to £3m in costs after failing to justify an attempted compulsory purchase of land next to the 2012 Olympic Games site.

Neptune, a property developer, successfully fought off the inclusion of its six-acre London plot in the Olympic Games Compulsory...

LDA faces £3m bill after CPO failure

Posted in News on Wednesday, 05 March 2008

The London Development Authority could be forced to pay up to £3m in costs after failing to justify an attempted compulsory purchase of land next to the 2012 Olympic Games site.

Neptune, a property developer, successfully fought off the inclusion of its six-acre London plot in the Olympic Games Compulsory Purchase Order, which has...

Firm seeks £1 million costs after fight over Games site

Posted in News on Friday, 25 January 2008

A property company which fought off compulsory relocation to make way for the Olympics is seeking more than £1 million in costs. The Neptune Group, which owns a six-acre site in Hackney, is claiming costs it says it incurred fighting plans by the London Development Agency.

The LDA earmarked the site in Wyke Road for one of three bus...

Converting the Converted

Posted in News on Friday, 15 April 2005

The original hall for St Augustine Church (1881) later became Wessex studios, used by the Sex Pistols, the Stones, Queen, David Bowie and others.

Now, the Recordings Studios on Highbury new Park behind the church is being sold as a three-bed townhouse and eight flats; prices are from £300,000 to £525,000, with ground rent and...

Sound Investment

Posted in News on Wednesday, 24 November 2004

Buy of the Week Music fans will find a sound investment at The Recording Studios in Highbury, N5. Second only to Abbey Road as the longest-established recording studio, it played host to an impressive list of artists, from the Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols and Queen, to Madonna, Tina Turner and Dido. Nine unique homes have been created,...

Hothouse (Sarah Hartley's property Gossip)

Posted in News on Thursday, 28 October 2004

Rock's legendary Wessex Studios in Highbury, North London, reopened last week 0 as nine homes.

Once Victorian chapel, which Sir George Martin bought and turned into recording studios in 1965, the building played host to Marianne Faithfull et al. It's where The Sex Pistols recorded Never Mind The Bks and The Clash, London Calling.

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Recording Studio now a concert of contemporary cool

Posted in News on Thursday, 28 October 2004

The Wessex studios in Islington- where rock luminaries such as U2, REM, Prince, The Clash, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones have recorded albums, and where legend has it Sid Vicious got sick in the piano has had its third re-incarnation as an apartment and mews scheme by a northern Irish developer.

Built as a chapel in 1881 off...

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