We own 630 homes and we have nearly 200 more under construction. Our homes are well-designed and we work with great architects to make sure you’ll enjoy living in them and using the places we create. We’re working in nine inner London boroughs, but we plan to offer homes throughout inner London and well-located, accessible areas in Greater London.
Westbourne Park Baptist Church, Westminster
A development of one, two and three bedroom apartments in Westminster. A modern mixed development consisting of a rebuilt Methodist Church, children’s library, community hall and 33 high quality affordable rent homes over 5 levels
Gorleston Street, Hammersmith & Fulham
A development of studio, one and two bed apartments for rent in Gorleston Street, Hammersmith & Fulham. A highly sustainable development achieving Code 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. The building also includes a communal garden accessible to all residents.
The scheme is very well located for the West Kensington and Olympia transport links. Construction began in late 2015 and is completed in the summer of 2017.
Lanark Road, Maida Vale
A high quality development of 67 apartments and a new youth club, sports hall and community centre in this popular area close to Maida Vale Underground station. 65% of the new apartments will be affordable housing available to households on a range of incomes. The development will include private balconies to most apartments, communal roof terraces and significant improvements to the public realm in and around Lanark Road. Completion expected in 2019.
New Era, Hoxton
New Era is an existing, 1930s built , housing estate in Hoxton, Hackney. Dolphin Living acquired the estate in December 2014 and have begun improvements and and have put in place a new management regime which includes pegging rents to occupiers’ ability to pay. The Estate includes 12 shops and actor, comedian and social campaigner Russell Brand has opened a cafe there which is being run by local people.
2 Kennington Lane, Lambeth
A development of 73 rental apartments on the corner of Kennington Lane and Newington Butts in Lambeth.
The scheme received planning approval in 2014, and was completed in late 2016. The scheme is highly sustainable, achieving Code 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes, and residents have access to a communal garden and landscaped roof top terrace.
7 Thorney Street, Westminster
Located moments from the River Thames, between St John’s Church in Smith Square and Tate Britain on Millbank, this development brings 67 high quality affordable residential units to the area. Construction was completed in Autumn 2016.
2 Hopkins Street, Westminster
We have partnered with Barratt Homes to provide a development of 78 apartments (65 intermediate rent and 13 private) in Broadwick Street. The building includes a ground floor retail space and a basement restaurant, as well as a communal roof terrace. It is a highly sustainable scheme, achieving Code 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. Construction was completed at the beginning of 2016.
2 Wollstonecraft Street, Camden
Dolphin Living acquired 77 intermediate apartments for rent in a landmark building within the Kings Cross Regeneration Project. The building is 5 minutes walk from the Kings Cross transport hub and residents have immediate access to all the new local amenities.
One Church Square, Westminster
A development of 39 (31 intermediate and 8 private) apartments for rent in Pimlico, Westminster. A highly sustainable development achieving Code 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
The building is planned around a central, glass covered courtyard, and includes a landscaped roof garden accessible to all residents. The scheme offers studio, one, two and three bed apartments. The building is just a few minutes’ walk from the Pimlico tube station and the amenities and numerous transport options of Victoria.
Mount Close, Ealing
Mount Close is a 1950s development of 40 flats arranged around extensive communal gardens in leafy Ealing. Dolphin Living acquired this estate in June 2016 along with 2 other properties from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).
Apartments not currently available to rent
Grove Court, Ealing
Grove Court is a 1930s built four storey block of 12 flats. The property is located on an attractive road close to Ealing Common. Dolphin Living acquired this estate in June 2016 along with 2 other properties from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).
Apartments not currently available to rent
Havelock House & The Hermitage, Forest Hill
This large estate on the outskirts of Dulwich includes 18 flats in two 1930s blocks and a converted 1930s police station (Havelock House) along with five small houses (The Hermitage). Dolphin Living acquired this estate in June 2016 along with 2 other properties from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).