L&Q has been awarded the national Investors in People Gold award for going above and beyond in the way we develop, support and motivate our staff.
A commemorative plaque has been unveiled to mark the completion of 134 new homes at Bourne Place by L&Q, one of London’s largest residential developers.
L&Q, one of the largest residential developers in London, is set to create 58 high-quality houses and apartments overlooking Kennington Park, on a site close to the Oval cricket ground in south central London.
Government urged to inject more money into affordable housing as new report shows investment delivers double the impact
Government investment in affordable housing creates at least twice as many homes as is currently believed, a major new report has uncovered.
Plans for a major regeneration of the Dollis Valley housing estate in Chipping Barnet have been submitted to Barnet Council by Countryside Properties. The plans have been developed by Countryside in conjunction with L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations.
L&Q and its partners have won a London Planning Award 2013 for the ‘Best New Place to Live’ for Phase 1a of Southwark Council’s regeneration of the Aylesbury Estate in south-east London.
L&Q, one of the largest residential developers in London, is set to create more than 150 high-quality homes on two sites in Wandsworth.
L&Q, one of London’s largest housing associations, has launched 15 shared ownership homes at their new Cowdrey Mews development, in Sydenham in south-east London.
Countryside Properties and its development partner L&Q have received outline planning consent from Chelmsford City Council for the development of Beaulieu, a major new £1 billion neighbourhood in North East Chelmsford.
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) have raised L&Q’s long-term issuer credit rating to ‘AA’ from ‘AA-‘, Outlook Stable.