About BexleyCo Homes
BexleyCo Homes, a residential developer, has been established to deliver quality private and affordable homes.
We are building attractive new houses and apartments for local people first, enabling them to live and remain in the local area.
There will be homes for sale, and through a Provider Partner, homes for shared ownership and affordable rent too. Returns generated by the sale of new homes will be directly reinvested back into services and facilities for Bexley's residents.
Starting on site in December 2019 is the BexleyCo Homes development at Old Farm Place, an exciting scheme of 58 houses and apartments in Sidcup that will include enhancements to the adjacent public parkland. Delivery of the first homes is expected in 2021.
BexleyCo Homes is wholly owned by the London Borough of Bexley.
Graham has over 25 years' experience in the private and public sector and has been with BexleyCo Homes since it was set up by the London Borough of Bexley in 2017. He has extensive senior management experience delivering major projects, programmes and services.
He has been instrumental in setting up the company, bringing forward the first phase of development sites and securing investment funding and land from the Council.
Michael has more than forty years' experience in housing led regeneration, primarily in London. He was Housing Development Surveyor at the London Docklands Development Corporation between 1981 and 1983 with responsibility for kick starting the housing for sale programme. He then joined one of the UKs leading housebuilders, Countryside, where he worked for nearly 35 years before retiring in 2017. He was initially responsible for the development management of a varied programme in London, Kent and Essex before setting up a Partnerships and Urban Renewal Team. This led to the establishment of a new Partnerships Division in 1992. Michael was appointed New Business Director, a position he then held until 2016 when he was appointed Business Strategy Director.
Following his retirement from Countryside Michael was invited to become a Non Executive Director at Broadway Living, the wholly owned development company of Ealing Council, and BexleyCo Homes.
Until his retirement in September 2014, Mike was Director of Finance and Resources at London Borough of Bexley, where he had spent most of his career. Whilst at Bexley, Mike undertook the project director role on two major Leisure and Schools projects with a capital spend of £60m.
Since retiring Mike has been appointed as independent chair of the Local Pension Boards at the London Boroughs of Croydon, Southwark and Sutton. He is also Chair of CIPFA'S Pensions Panel.
He is a trustee of Centrepieces, a Bexley based mental health charity, and is Director of Faversham Pools, a registered charity.
Mike is a qualified accountant and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy. He has lived in Bexley since 1976, and knows the borough well.
Stuart Rowbotham was appointed as the Director of Adult Social Care and Health at The London Borough of Bexley in 2017.
He has worked in a number of London Boroughs and Wokingham Borough Council.
Stuart Rowbotham became a Director of BexleyCo Limited on 8 July 2019.
Old Farm Place, Sidcup
Designed in a traditional style and providing an attractive place for Bexley families to live, Old Farm Place, Sidcup offers 58 quality new family homes in a landscaped setting with ample parking, close to Sidcup station.
The new homes include 28, 2, 3 and 4 bedroomed houses and 30 apartments. The apartments include 9 for private sale, 9 shared ownership and 12 at affordable rent.
The development will also provide an enhanced park on the land to the west.
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BexleyCo Homes Activities
BexleyCo Homes will undertake development activities in two core areas:
BexleyCo Homes ambition is to invest in and deliver 1,200 homes in the borough over the next 10 years. It has five initial sites bringing forward 500 quality new homes for Bexley residents over the next 5 years. This includes developments in Sidcup, Abbey Wood, Bexleyheath and Erith.
As well as new homes for sale, these first five sites will provide much needed affordable rented and shared ownership homes, a new park, enhanced protection of the environment and public realm improvements.
Across all our developments, BexleyCo Homes will look to support local jobs in the wider skills agenda.
Employment (Offices & retail)
BexleyCo will invest up to £15m in property assets with in the London Borough of Bexley. The assets will be managed and where necessary improved to ensure quality space is provided to businesses and securing jobs.
The Company will also look to undertake commercial developments, either as part of a residential development or on a stand-alone basis, or to enhance to an existing property asset.