L&Q

BECAUSE HOMES MATTER

L&Q is one of the UK’s leading housing associations and developers. The L&Q Group manages more than 90,000 homes across London and the South East.

We have an ambitious plan to enable the delivery of another 100,000 quality new homes over ten years. Half of the new homes we build will be genuinely affordable to people on average and lower incomes, with the other half available for private rent or sale, reflecting our belief that everyone should have a quality home they can afford. All of our profits are reinvested into creating homes and neighbourhoods we can be proud of.

As a charitable housing association our role goes beyond providing homes and housing services. We are a long-term partner in the neighbourhoods where we work. We hope to build aspiration, opportunity and confidence among residents through our £250m community foundation and our skills academy.  Our care and support subsidiary, L&Q Living, provides housing assistance for older people and those with support needs.

Other developments you
may be interested in

The Rushgroves, NW9

The Rushgroves is a mixed tenure development of 387 contemporary new homes, with studio apartments to 4 bedroom homes, offering an exciting opportunity to take your first step, or your next step on the London property ladder. A selection of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments are available now!

The Gateway, W4

The Gateway offers a collection of brand new high-quality homes available for Private Sale and Shared Ownership in W4. A beautifully landscaped podium garden is positioned at the heart of The Gateway, encouraging an inherent sense of belonging in a shared space, whilst satisfying relaxed London Living.

Appeture Works, HA1

Formerly part of the historic Kodak factory, Appeture Works is the first phase of the regeneration of the site. It will deliver 650 new homes, along with a new open spaces, a health centre, foodstore and commercial units. The development forms part of a wider regeneration masterplan for the borough – Harrow View East – with the redevelopment of the derelict former Kodak site at its heart.