Click to view our Property Development Web Special highlighting some of our favorite projects.

Property Development

London Prime offers a range of property development services, from the sourcing of undervalued assets for redevelopment, through to new build projects in Prime London and the Prime areas of Surrey and the neighbouring Home Counties. We have projects on both the residential and commercial sides of the property market available. We also offer investors a diverse range of investment types, from direct individual investments through to collective investment schemes.

NOTE: We are actively raising funds for our Prime Central London Development Fund as well as a number of projects in the Surrey Super Prime market at the moment. We are also looking for partners for Joint Ventures.

Please contact us for more information.

Development Web Special

Click here to open a web special highlighting one of our recent luxury developments. Here you can take a guided tour of one of our projects, demonstrating the quality and finish that London Prime has to offer.

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Present and Past Development Projects

Or please click on the following link to
go to our property development projects page:

View All Development Projects


The information contained in this area of the London Prime website relates to unregulated collective investment schemes for the purpose of the UK Financial Services and Markets Act. The content is therefore intended only for those to whom such schemes can be promoted under the Act and is not intended for retail investors. If you are in any doubt as to whether you are a person to whom unregulated collective investment schemes may be promoted you should contact a professional adviser or refer to the FSA Conduct of Business Sourcebook before you continue. Before an investment is accepted London Prime is required to have proof that an investor is eligible to invest, and you will have to provide documentary evidence to support this. You may be refused entry into an investment if you do not meet the requirements as stipulated by the Financial Services Authority.