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St Edward in London

New Homes from St Edward starting from £999,999
St James's, Westminster West
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St James's, Westminster West
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Gracing the banks of the River Thames in the heart of historic Westminster, 9 Millbank is a landmark...
Holland, Kensington & Chelsea Kens
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Holland, Kensington & Chelsea Kens
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Kensington Row is St Edward`s development, offers a collection of apartments designed...

About St Edward

​St Edward is a joint venture company owned by Berkeley and the Prudential Assurance Company. St Edward has developments across London and the South of England and looks to create sustainable, residential, commercial and mixed-use schemes, bringing a new lease of life to former brownfield sites.

Hartland Village in Fleet, Hampshire, offers 1,500 homes along with a village centre providing 20,000 sq ft for commercial and community use. The development is intertwined with a 70-acre country park and a new two-form primary school. The foundations of the homes have been built using recycled materials from the previously occupied brownfield site. Building has been carried out using an electric zero emissions digger. Other developments include Green Park Village, Kensington Row and Royal Warwick Square

 

St Edward Homes has won several awards over the years, including four prestigious WhatHouse? Awards. St Edward Homes development, 190 Strand in Westminster was awarded Silver in 2017 for Best Development, and in 2014, won Gold for Best Landscape Design at Stanmore Place and Silver for Best Development, also for Stanmore Place. Most recently, they took home Gold in the Best Public Realm category for Hartland Village at the WhatHouse? Awards 2022.

This venture combines the expertise of Berkeley and PRUPIM, a subsidiary of Prudential's investment arm, which will manage the Prudential Assurance Company's interests. The powerful combination of the two companies' strengths and complementary skills provides a strong vehicle for delivering unique residentially-led developments.
 
In October 2013, Trinity Hospice was selected by St Edward Homes employees to be their chosen charity and corporate partner.
 

St Edward Whathouse? Awards

  • 2022 - BEST PUBLIC REALM - Gold award
  • 2017 - BEST DEVELOPMENT - Silver award
  • 2014 - BEST DEVELOPMENT - Silver award
  • 2014 - BEST LANDSCAPE DESIGN - Gold award
Award Comments
If ever there was an example of placemaking writ large with community engagement at its heart, it is Hartland Village in Hampshire.
Village is often not much more than a marketing term, but St Edward, part of the Berkeley Group, set out to frame the 1500- home development as not just a collection of new houses, but a fresh social hub, transforming a 135-acre brownfield site where jet engines for Concorde were once developed.


Judges Report 2022
St Edward winning development

Why Choose St Edward?

St Edward is part of The Berkeley Group:

The idea of quality is at the heart of everything we do. We are passionately committed to delivering new homes that demonstrate quality for years to come. 

From the moment you arrive at one of our developments, you will notice the Berkeley difference. This won’t just be in the quality of the craftsmanship, the stunning surroundings or the enviable location. There is something intrinsically special about the experience we offer you. We don’t think in terms of just bricks and mortar or landscaping. We think about creating exceptional places for you to call home.
Home (noun): the place where you feel most comfortable, safe and loved.
We will help and support you throughout the buying process, giving you peace of mind every step of the way. So welcome to Berkeley, please be assured you’re in safe hands with us.

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