Our team

As the regeneration of Dollis Valley takes hold, you will increasingly come across the key people involved. Over the next few months, they will become familiar faces on the site itself, at meetings and at consultation events. They want the best for you and for this project. They genuinely want to hear what you have  to say. They want to listen to your views,  to your ideas. In this section, we introduce some who are currently involved but as the project develops, this team will grow.

Look out for them – they want to  be approached!

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Countryside is a responsible developer of new homes and communities with a vision to create outstanding places for people to live, work and enjoy for generations to come. We are the lead developer on the Dollis Valley scheme and we will be carrying out the construction and building of the new homes.

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L&Q was set up in 1963 and manages over 66,000 homes in Greater London and all over South East England.

L&Q has been providing affordable homes to Londoners since 1963. Our core aim is to provide places where people want to live. We are committed to driving up resident satisfaction with services.

ABA and HTA are the architects designing the new homes.

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Alison Brooks Architects founded in 1996, has developed an international reputation for delivering design excellence in projects ranging from urban regeneration, buildings for the arts, higher education and housing. ABA is the first UK practice to have won the UK’s three most prestigious awards for architecture including the Stirling Prize for Acordia Cambridge. ABA’s architecture underlies a commitment to housing design and its role in defining the character and sustainability of our cities. Recent major housing competition wins include £560M South Acton Estate with HTA.

Alison Brooks and her Highgate-based team will lead the regeneration masterplan and the first phase architecture.


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HTA’S team will be led by Colin Ainger and will be involved in future phases.