Barratt London is the market-leading residential developer in the Capital. We design, build and sell large, complex residential-led developments tailored to the needs of our customers and stakeholders, as well as local boroughs and communities. Our vision is to make London an even better place to live. And we’re well on our way, thanks to exceptional build quality, our thoughtful design, the way in which we work to inspire strong local communities and with unbeatable customer service.
We’ve crafted our portfolio to provide homes for all Londoners, from state-of-the-art apartments and penthouses in Westminster to riverside communities in Fulham, and complex, mixed-use regeneration schemes in Hendon.
Working with respected planners and designers, we’ve accrued invaluable experience in realising high-quality homes right across London and have completed over 28,000 homes. Over the past 10 years we have completed 14,000 new homes with a total turnover of £3.2 billion. Based on our current land bank we will achieve annual completions of 2,000 new homes by 2016.
Part of the Barratt Developments PLC group, Barratt London established as a separate brand in January 2014. Our new brand reflects our dedication to the London market and demonstrates that we’re London specialists, focused on making London an even better place to invest in property and live.
Simon Guest's profile
Simon joined Barratt London six years ago as Land Director. He is responsible for site acquisition across all the London boroughs. Previous to Barratt Simon was Land Director of Taylor Woodrow London region.
Martin Scholar's profile
Martin joined Barratt London in autumn 2014 as Planning Manager with responsibility for overseeing and contributing to the Town Planning element of all developments. He is also responsible for helping to identify strategic land opportunities.
Martin joined from the GLA where he was responsible for considering strategic planning applications and managing the preparation of Opportunity Area Planning Frameworks. He worked on various Opportunity Areas including Old Oak Common; Euston; the Upper Lee Valley and Southall.
Martin worked for 10 years at the GLA and before that, he spent 8 years at Westminster City Council in the Development Control team.