Henley is an efficient, progressive and design-led property development company, with a reputation for creating outstanding and award-winning homes, in and around the capital.

Incorporated in February 1999, we have since become well recognised for our attention to quality and detail, as well as our focused approach to customer care.

OUR DEVELOPMENTS

 
 

Brent House HA9

Barnes Village SK8

Carlton Gate SW15

 
 

Baylis Old School SE11

Iceland Wharf E3

 
 

NEWS

Barnes Village & Rembrandt House: multiple shortlist placings

MARCH 2017

Barnes Village in Cheadle and Rembrandt House in Watford have been recognised in two award schemes so far this year, with a total of 6 shortlist places between them.

The influential First Time Buyers’ Readers awards are currently in the voting phase, which closes in early April 2017.  Our categories are Most Innovative Redevelopment of an Existing Property (in which both Barnes Village and Rembrandt House feature), Best Large Development (Barnes Village), Best Development North (Barnes Village) and Best Development South (Rembrandt House). See more and vote for us at ftbawards.com

And the International Design & Architecture Awards, now in their 7th year, have just shortlisted Rembrandt House in their hotly-contested Regeneration category, which we were lucky enough to win a couple of years ago with our Annie McCall development.

Both these awards are announced later in the year, so we’ll update you if we are lucky enough to win this time.

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CORPORATE ETHOS

Since 1999, Henley has proven its intelligence, integrity, resilience and ability to innovate.
These principles continue to drive the company forward.

Henley pays incredible attention to detail and design, culminating in aspirational, multi award-winning homes. Control is at the heart of what we do: with our own construction arm and in-house architectural practice we seek to control every aspect of quality, design and delivery. We are extremely proud of what we create, and these buildings truly reflect the soul of Henley.