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  • WE SPOKE TO ‘PROFESSIONAL HOUSEBUILDER & PROPERTY DEVELOPER’ ABOUT AIRSPACE DEVELOPMENT AND CORBEN MEWS

    Special Report | Corben Mews by Click Above PHPD reports on an ‘airspace’ development in central London, where Click Above added two penthouse apartments to an existing three-storey building. Airspace development – where additional properties are added above existing buildings – is becoming more common in many of the UK’s urban centres. Proponents believe it provides an opportunity to bring more homes to urban areas, with minimal disruption. One such site is…

  • CLICK ABOVE TALK TO THE PLANNER: EXTENDING PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS CAN BE A CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION

    Extending permitted development rights can be a cause for celebration The extension of permitted development rights to convert offices into residential buildings has not been universally popular. When it comes to airspace developments, however, we should recognise the benefits, says Aaron Emmett Changes to permitted development rights (PDR) as a means of increasing housing output and addressing the crisis in housing supply, on face value make sense.  The need for…

  • CLICK ABOVE SPEAK TO PROPERTY INVESTOR TODAY ABOUT CORBEN MEWS AND AIRSPACE DEVELOPMENT

    Strong overseas interest generated for new rooftop development Significant levels of interest from overseas investors and young professionals have been generated by two luxury penthouse apartments in south London, according to airspace development specialist Click Above. It believes the strong interest in the homes, which have just been released for sale in the Vauxhall, Nine Elms & Battersea (VNEB) regeneration area, bucks the widely held belief that the prime residential…

  • TOP STOREY: FIRST ‘AIRSPACE’ DEVELOPMENT COMPLETES FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT INITIATIVE

    The Negotiator believe Click Above‘s latest rooftop ‘airspace’ development is the first to be completed since the Government said it wanted to expand the sector. A developer in London has completed the first modular ‘airspace’ development to be built since the government announced six months ago that it was to relax ‘permitted development rules’ to allow existing buildings to have residential ‘top floors’ added. Called Corben Mews and located in South London…

  • Is AirSpace Development (RoofTop Development) the Answer? Well…

    I was interviewed recently for 24Housing.co.uk and whilst Permitted Development is welcomed, there’s a more to consider. read the full article by myself Aaron Emmett here.

  • Are rooftop developments the answer to London’s housing crisis?

    Speaking to Jordan Marshall from Building Magazine, the topic of conversation is building on top the solution? You can read the full article here. But on the subject of the recent funds allocated to our competition, my reply was simple. ‘The funds could be better spent if they were deployed into the planning system. That’s where the bottle neck is!’

  • Click Properties acknowledged in the ‘who’s doing what’ report on Modern Methods of Construction by NHBC

    Click here to see the full report.

  • COULD THERE BE VALUE ABOVE YOU? #LOOKUP

    If you are the freeholder of a building or a portfolio of properties, you may be exploring ideas of how to increase the value of your assets. Aside from your rental income what may your options be? Could there be value above you…? Find out more

  • Capital Developments Go through the Roof

    Click Properties had another feature in the news last week, in the Daily Express. I was asked to speak about Click Above and building on London’s roof tops. The full article from the express is here, titled Capital Developments Go through the Roof!

  • Largest residential modular housing project due to start in Slough.

    As our project Aspire project in Slough is going to be the largest residential off-site constructed modular development in the country we’ve managed to generate quite a bit of interest recently. The Express wrote a great article today in their property section in their printed newspaper today called. House market: Modular homes could be the future of the British construction industry The article focuses on the role that the off-site industry…