Impending project in London to be carried out by BRAC Developments

The experienced Essex-based build on the roof development specialist set to start construction later in 2020.

February 13, 2020 / / —

Essex, UK. Thursday, 6th February: Wickford-based build on the roof development specialist BRAC Developments has announced confirmation that it has landed a significant contract to add more homes on top of an existing London development.

Air Space Initiative To Help Relieve Pressure In The Crowded Capital

With London’s population rapidly growing and set to reach 10 million by 2035, the demand for housing is at an all-time high. The latest BRAC Developments project will see the company utilise its highly efficient air space initiative to help the London development increase its offering by building upwards.

BRAC Developments is set to redevelop the flat roof of the existing residential development to add a number of new apartments by using its wide range of advanced roof development, architectural design, and construction services. Having already gained agreement on the submitted plans, the Essex-based company has confirmed the feasibility and will set to work on final designs with immediate effect with a view to beginning construction over the coming months.

The significant redevelopment project will take several months to complete. However, BRAC Developments will use its advanced strategies and technologies to build new homes that stay true to the structural integrity and aesthetic appeal of the existing building. It’s a major project, but the experienced team of architects, surveyors, and construction contractors are confident about delivering a result that works wonders for residents and the development owners alike.

BRAC Development’s initiative, which is designed to unlock the full potential of buildings while causing minimal disruption, is already backed by the Mayor of London. The latest development will not be their first project in the capital, and the success of previous projects is deemed to be one of the chief reasons why the developer handed the contract to the Essex-based provider.

The new development will see BRAC cover the costs in return for a share of the sale proceeds and cost realisation, ensuring no risk to the existing owners. For developer, contractors, and residents alike, the project is destined to achieve great results.

About BRAC Developments

BRAC Developments is a build on the roof development specialist with over a decade of experience in the industry. The company focuses on transforming developments by utilising the air space to create more homes and greater revenue opportunities for building owners. They work with council-owned developments as well as private developments.

The Wickford-based specialist prides itself on a comprehensive service that covers everything from funding and exploratory planning to structural engineering and material installations. The company has already worked on dozens of major developments throughout London, Essex, and the South East. The latest project is set to be one of their biggest, creating homes for several families at once.

More information is available at www.brac-developments.co.uk. Alternatively, BRAC’s press contact Adam Clark can be reached on 01268 573933 or at adam@brac-contracts.co.uk. Post can be directed to 3 Blenheim Court, Hurricane Way, Wickford, SS11 8YT.

Contact Info:
Name: Adam Clark
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Organization: BRAC Developments
Address: 3 Blenheim Court, Hurricane Way, Wickford, SS11 8YT
Phone: 01268 573933
Website: http://www.brac-developments.co.uk

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