Native Land is one of London’s leading property development companies. Since the company’s formation in 2003, it has been responsible for some of the capital’s most acclaimed residential and mixed-use developments. The company’s best-known project is NEO Bankside, a stunning scheme on the South Bank of the Thames which, following Tate Modern’s lead, has breathed new life into which was once a very industrial area of London.
Native Land prides itself on creating spaces of the highest standard in partnership with Britain’s best brands, designers, architects and landscape architects. The challenge is to meet the needs of the most discerning residents and occupiers, by combining quality and privacy with access to exceptional services and amenities.
The company’s best- known project is NEO Bankside which, following Tate Modern’s lead, has breathed new life into what was once a very industrial area of London
Another high-profile project is the redevelopment in conjunction with Transport for London of South Kensington Underground station. The project, which is now in its planning and design phase, will eventually provide a large amount of mixed-use space above and behind the existing Victorian station including new, ramped access to the platforms.
Native Land is proud to be working with Britain’s best interior designers, including Sophie Ashby, Jonathan Reed, David Collins Studio and Hudson & Mercer. Likewise, the company supports British brands such as Miller Harris, Noble Macmillan, Jeroboams, Rockabye, Foffa Bikes, Harper and Tom’s, Playlister and Daunt Books. In partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, Native Land has created an exhibition window in the arcade at its Burlington Gate development, which will show work by young RA students.