RPC and Dentons lead on £225m Greenwich Square regeneration
RPC and Dentons have taken roles on a major London regeneration deal that will see the development of 645 flats in Greenwich. Hadley Mace, a joint venture (JV) between construction company Mace and developer Hadley Property Group, has been instructed to deliver the £225m revamp of Greenwich Square in south London under the Government's Public Land Initiative (PLI) model. The PLI is a new scheme designed to get homes built on land owned by public bodies. Under the scheme, developers will be given Government land to develop, with payment deferred until the project is complete and the units are sold.
RPC and Dentons have taken roles on a major London regeneration deal that will see the development of 645 flats in Greenwich.
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