Galliard Homes

Galliard Homes

Constructed since 1995
2 projects
under construction
7 projects
All cities

About the developer Galliard Homes

Galliard Homes is a British real estate development company that specializes in the creation of residential properties, and is one of the largest private real estate developers in the capital. The main office is located in Lawton. Galliard Homes' property developments can be found throughout London and southern England. The company's properties range from newly-built homes to converted or refurbished schemes as well as significant mixed-use developments.

History of Galliard Homes

The history of the company began in 1992. It was founded by Stephen Conway, who is still chairman of the company, leaving the CEO only in 2017. The developer's first project was Papermill Wharf in 1993. The housebuilder Galliard Homes was one of the first companies to return to Docklands after a property collapse in the 1990s. The company then sold a one-bedroom apartment starting at £39,995 and received a great response. Thus, the property sold out almost over the weekend.

Over the following years, Galliard Homes provided many more iconic house developments. Here are some of them:

  • Burrells Wharf (1994) is an impressive conversion of Victorian warehouses. The residential complex offers extensive views of the Thames and Greenwich. These are one of the very first loft-style apartments in the capital.
  • County Hall (1995) became a historic event, as long before the London Eye or Tate Modern, the company acquired the north and south blocks of the former headquarters of the GLC, opposite the parliament building. Thus, when sales opened, there were huge lines of those who wanted to possess a piece of historic London.
  • The Whitehouse Apartments (1996) are located on the South Bank, right behind the Royal Festival Hall. This property offers some of the best river views in London.
  • Butler's Wharf (1997) is a successful transformation of a car park and abandoned warehouse into a prime residential complex.
  • Regenerating Bermondsey (2000) began with Galliard Homes buying an entire street full of old and dilapidated houses. The company then replaced all buildings with 'new Victorian' houses, inspired by historical buildings.
  • The Park Plaza Hotel (2005) was built on the old island and was part of the original headquarters of the company.
  • Greenwich peninsula (2007) was acquired in full by Galliard Homes. This is a unique historic area that was formerly part of the Royal Tudor Dockyard, established by King Henry VIII, and where Sir Francis Drake was knighted by Queen Elizabeth I. Now it houses a unique complex of 900 new build homes.
  • Chiltern Street, Marylebone (2011) is another wonderful makeover of the former car park. There are 44 ultra-luxurious apartments here.
  • Baltimore Tower (2013) is a striking 46-story residential tower located next to Canary Wharf.
  • Great Scotland Yard (2015), thanks to a complete internal transformation, turned into a luxury hotel consisting of 110 rooms.

Company's Awards

During its work, the home builder has received many awards in the professional field. So, in 2013, Galliard Homes won 'Best Large Development' in the prestigious Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2013. Then, in 2017, the developer was proud to be honoured with the distinguished 'Best Apartment' award at The Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2017.

How Galliard Homes Works

The property development company is committed to creating market-leading new developments in locations ready for regeneration. Focused on delivering high-quality residential and mixed-use developments, Galliard Homes is known for its reputable work in the urban regeneration sector. Picking undervalued locations, the company takes pride in building highly affordable schemes that are sure to become excellent investment opportunities.

With over 25 years of experience under its belt, the developer guarantees exceptional value for money. Striving to expand its impressive portfolio, there are more than 6,000 Galliard Homes new homes under construction as well as over 10,000 projects in planning stages.

As London's largest privately-owned residential developer, the company makes sure to be aware of the impact of its operations on the environment and is determined to provide the highest possible standard of sustainability within the industry.

How many new developments does Galliard Homes have for sale?

Galliard Homes has 2 new developments for sale.

In which cities does Galliard Homes have new homes?

Galliard Homes has new homes in London, Essex, Surrey.

What are the prices of new homes by Galliard Homes?

For new homes by Galliard Homes the price starts from £775 000.