Welcome to London Square

The property company with a difference. We’ve been making waves across the capital with our innovative approach to design, build and customer service, winning awards across the industry and creating places where people really want to live.

At London Square, we are dedicated to making London greater.

We take our name from the ethos of London’s famous squares, the legacy and the sense of community they have created over the centuries. Respectful of the past and inspired by the future, we are committed to creating exceptional properties that reflect the aspirations of our residents, stimulate thriving communities and set a new benchmark for modern living in the capital.

Our Strategy

Our Strategy

A blueprint for LONDON

The London real estate market is not only an iconic asset class, it is also a magnet for domestic and international property investors, who contribute to a pipeline of high-quality homes for rent in the capital.

Central to our strategy is the identification of prime sites within Greater London and the M25, targeting developments of 50 to 500 homes with prices from £200,000 to £4+ million.

We have the vision to see the potential in sites, whether they are multi-million pound homes in Richmond, stylish city apartments in Bermondsey, or first time homes in leafy Orpington. 

Search Developments

Introducing Our Brands

We are proud to be at the heart of delivering much-needed new homes, creating new communities and revitalising forgotten, neglected corners of the capital.

We understand how vital it is to create new developments that make a difference to people’s lives, developing homes across all tenures through London Square Partners that truly enhance the capital and allow people to live and work in London. London Square Works is our commercial business, demonstrating our commitment to ensure that the new communities we build help to contribute to the local economy in each area, attracting investment and new jobs.

Ever greater LONDON

Ever greater London

Our Story

Founded in 2010, we have built our reputation by respecting, understanding and exceeding the needs of our customers. By focusing solely on London and its surrounding areas, we are specialists in developing homes that truly enhance the capital, delivering much needed high quality housing and responding to the needs of its residents.

London Square combines the agility and ambition of a young company with the pedigree and track record of a more established player.

We are proud to challenge convention and to leverage our ability to take advantage of opportunities on behalf of our customers. In the highly competitive London property market, speed is everything. We are a responsive, dynamic and decisive team who have come together to create London Square.

Meet The Team

Our Achievements

Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2018 Whathouse? Awards RESI Awards

London Square’s achievements have been recognised with a galaxy of glittering awards from the very beginning – starting with the Property Week RESI Best Newcomer award and the Annual Norwood Best Newcomer accolade back in 2012. 

Each year has brought an array of awards, demonstrating the breadth of skills and experience of the London Square team for tackling complex, challenging sites, where others had failed. The prizes range from wins at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards to the WhatHouse? Awards, winning best small housebuilder in 2016 and a cascade of gold, silver and bronze awards. This culminated in an unprecedented run of top accolades across six categories at WhatHouse? in 2018, with three top gold awards for the grand restoration and conversion of a grade II listed landmark into stunning apartments at The Star and Garter, and two gold awards and a bronze for London Square Streatham Hill, a mixed use regeneration scheme.

NHBC, LABC and Considerate Constructors have awarded 17 trophies in total to the London Square construction team, which was also awarded the British Gypsum National Trophy 2018 for craftsmanship at The Star and Garter.

The awards cabinet at London Square’s head office is testament to our commitment to being best in class, with an unrivalled team delivering the highest quality homes and creating new communities across the capital.

Charities and Communities

Charities and Communities

Charities and COMMUNITIES

Housebuilding by its very nature is at the heart of local life. We believe that, as a residential developer, we have a responsibility to the people who live in the communities we build in. This goes beyond our own customers, to the charities, organisations and individuals with whom we work in partnership.

We often work with local primary schools as part of our commitment to community support. London Square Canada Water teamed up with Alfred Salter Primary School to take part in a walk around Stave Hill Ecological Park, providing high-vis jackets and educational packs. In Isleworth, we ran an art competition with a local primary school on the theme of ‘What I love about Isleworth’; winners were awarded an art box. We visited Streatham Wells Primary School to talk to children about health and safety, while at Chigwell Village, school children were invited to sing carols around the development’s Christmas tree. London Square has partnered with local schools in Orpington, Chigwell, Canada Water and Staines-upon-Thames to support healthy living charity Living Streets. At The Star and Garter, Richmond Hill, we supported a local hospital charity, The Victoria Foundation, which provides medical support and mobility aids for people living in Richmond and Kingston, to deliver a fundraising art collection and book, featuring the famous view from Richmond Hill.

2018 saw us broadening our charity initiatives further. In February, we supported the 2018 Metro Blind Sport Tennis Doubles Tournament at the Islington Tennis Centre.We also announced a new charity partnership with AquAid by investing in watercoolers for our offices and sites. Each purchase produces a donation to The Africa Trust and their project to bring clean drinking water to some of the continent’s poorest people.