Our success is a result of our great partnerships and staying true to our three core values; working collaboratively, raising the bar and doing the right thing. Through our alliances we strive to deliver a positive and lasting legacy for our partners and stakeholders, our people, local communities, charities, and London.
Our Joint Venture Partners
We pride ourselves on repeat partnerships. When your partners want to work with you again, it speaks volumes and we're proud of our repeat joint ventures with Ares Management, A2Dominion, Clarion Housing Group and One Housing Group.
We deliver results. Consistently. Between 2011 and 2014, we delivered £30m profit for our partners. In the next five years, we will deliver in excess of £200m in partner profit.
Five years. Six partners. 15 schemes.
National Skills Academy for Construction
In spring 2016, we proudly launched the Mount Anvil National Skills Academy for Construction to support the drive to help young Londoners into jobs. Launched in partnership with the CITB, the event was supported by guest speakers including: Housing and Planning Minister, Brandon Lewis MP; Councillor Jack Hopkins, Cabinet Member for Jobs and Growth, LB Lambeth; and Nick James, Director of Strategic Partnerships, CITB.
The programme will provide 100 apprenticeships, NVQs and work experience opportunities for young Londoners looking to embark on a career in construction. Additionally, a further 500 individual learning opportunities for local schools, colleges and community groups will be provided to help encourage the next generation of talent into the industry.
The Estate We're In
A ground-breaking, cross-London initiative launched by The London Evening Standard to help local community organisations breathe new life into London’s challenged housing estates and help realise their potential.
As founding funders of the campaign we partner with the Government, Citi banking group, Linklaters and the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, contributing towards a £1,200,000 programme through which charities and groups operating on estates across the capital can apply for grants to tackle social problems on their estate – such as unemployment, crime, health, isolation and also greeting.
Image courtesy of Matt Writtle, Evening Standard
TfL & Hyde Housing
We were selected by Transport for London (TfL) to join its Property Partnership Framework and help deliver thousands of London homes, offices, retail spaces and jobs. Working in partnership with Hyde Housing, we were just one of just 13 partners chosen for the final panel, following a competitive tender process involving more than 50 organisations.
Through the panel, TfL will bring forward 300 acres of land for redevelopment accounting for more than 50 sites, in the first phase of the venture alone. The wider General London Authority (GLA) family will also be able to use the panel to bring forward developments on their sites.
Aston Martin Racing
In 2016, Mount Anvil became the official Central London Luxury Homes Partner to the world famous Aston Martin Racing team. A picture-perfect collaboration in design excellence, this alliance delivers the best of both residential and automotive worlds.
To celebrate the launch of this unique partnership - a first between Aston Martin Racing and a specialist property developer - a V8 Vantage GTE Challenger was lifted by crane 30 storeys high to the top of Dollar Bay, in Canary Wharf. The result was a spectacular stunt that drew together the best of both Mount Anvil and Aston Martin Racing’s teams – a true collaboration underpinned by a commitment to the partnership.
New London Architecture
NLA is committed to raising the profile of women across the built environment industry and engaging women across all aspects of their programme. From 2016, a new series of ‘Inspiring Women’ networking and mentoring events will profile leading women working in the industry and provide a new cross-disciplinary network for the built environment. We are the Principal Sponsor for this series, and have been working with the NLA to develop engaging and relevant content that speaks to women in the built environment industry.
Pictured left Rachel Haugh, Simpson Haugh Architects at New London Architecture’s Inspiring Women series. Photo credit Agnese Sanvito.