Vertex Plays Pivotal Role In Massive Regeneration Projects
Kent company Vertex Law has been appointed to play a major role in two of the largest regeneration projects in the UK.
The Wembley development is transforming over seventy acres of brownfield land around the newly-opened opened iconic and world-renowned football stadium. Built by property investment and development company Quintain Estates and Development PLC, the scheme promises to create a dazzling urban quarter including 4000 homes and state-of-the-art leisure facilities with shopping, offices, improved transport links as well as hotels and restaurants.
Vertex will also be dealing with the sale of all private apartments at Middlehaven – a project to redevelop the former Middlesbrough Docks site. The eighty acre area adjacent to Middlesbrough town centre is a mixed-use regeneration project, which aims to bring back to life the once vibrant dock area, which was the catalyst for the growth of the region as an international industrial centre.
Helen Devy, Head of Residential Sales & Marketing at Quintain, said, “The ideal for any developer is to sell units as early in the development process as possible. To achieve this we need a committed team. Sue Lattin and Vertex Law are very much part of that team focused on our delivery needs and with an extensive understanding of the complexities associated with these sites at Wembley and Middlesbrough.”