Innovation and passion lie at the heart of our approach. Combining comprehensive feasibility studies and detailed design, with the latest offsite manufacturing techniques, we transform unused airspace into high-quality new homes for both the private and affordable market.
We have the most experienced airspace development team in the country, with arange of skills and expertise across development finance, property development,, design and architecture, planning, innovativeconstruction techniques.
Innovation and passion lie at the heart of our approach. Combining comprehensive feasibility studies and detailed design with the latest offsite manufacturing techniques, we convert unused airspace into high-quality new homes for both private and affordable use.
Our team comprises a range of highly experienced property professionals, who like to think outside the box when it comes to development. The team’s range of skills and expertise spread across development finance, acquisition, design and architecture, planning, modular construction, marketing, sales and property management.
When we formed Apex Airspace in 2015, we set out to make a real and tangible difference to the development landscape in London; to unlock new value for future and current property owners, while helping to address the housing shortage across the UK.
Since our inception, we have lead on the unlocking of a new asset class, through collaboration with government, the Greater London Authority, financial institutions, and wide range of asset holders. Our endeavour significantly influenced the introduction of new planning flexibilities for airspace development, and we are the only airspace developer to be awarded funding from both Homes England and the Greater London Authority.
We have a longterm vision for Apex which is based on our core values of :
By employing this approach, we aim to provide collaborative solutions that work for all.
In 2018, we were invited to No.10 Downing Street to attend a roundtable discussion which was chaired by the Prime Minister surrounding national planning policy. We highlighted the need for public policy recognition to support the disruptive role airspace development could play in delivering new housing across the UK and the concept of airspace development was formally adopted in the National Planning Policy Framework in July 2018.
Our ability to influence national planning policy and promote new planning freedoms is something we are passionate about, which will go a long way in achieving our goals of delivering new affordable homes and helping solve the housing crisis in the UK.