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History – RCT Construction Ltd.

In 1990 RCT Construction LTD acquired the unused Islington Police Station at a cost of just £400,000, breathing new life into the old building by converting it into 22 luxury apartments. 27 years later, the number of projects we’ve completed now exceeds 100. The number of new homes we’ve created is in the thousands. And the volume of commercial space we’ve developed is in the hundreds of thousands of square feet.


    • 1990 – N1 – 52 Islington park street, conversion to 8 flats
    • 1991 – N1 – Islington police station, conversion to 22 apartments
    • 1992 – N1 – 271 Liverpool Road, sale of site 10 units
    • 1993 – N1 – 22 Ferme Park Road, sale of site with planning permission
    • 1994 – N1 – 161 Hemingford Road, Grade 2 listed renovation and sale
    • 1994 – EC1 – Metral House, ST Johns Street, sold obtaining planning 23 flats
    • 1994 – N1 – Northampton Square, 5 Grade 2 listed houses renovation, subsequent sale.
    • 1995 – EC1 – Red House, conversion to 24 flats
    • 1995 – N1 – CB House, conversion to 18 flats
    • 1995 – EC1 – ST Johns Street, conversion to 12 flats
    • 1996 – E8 – Purchase of Hackney Community College, Dalston Lane, located opposite Hackney Downs Train Station, planning permission obtained for 49 flats, then sold with the benefit of planning permission
    • 1996 – N1 – GML Architects office, Islington conversion to 4 flats
    • 1996 – E17 – Abney reform church, Church street, purchased and sold
    • 1996 – E17 – 117 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, purchased and sold
    • 1996 – EC1 – Great Tower Street, Hung Drawn and Quartered Pub Conversion of 8 flats.
    • 1996 – N1 – 4/5/6 The Green, Islington, sold with planning, 1 commercial and 8 flats, retained investment by RCT.
    • 1997 – E4 – 3 Connaught Avenue, North Chingford, purchases and sold
    • 1997 – EC1 – 90/94 Clerkenwell road, sold with planning, for 17 flats
    • 1997 – N1 – 1 Laycock street, sold with permission 15 units
    • 1997 – EC1 – 44 Saffron Hill, Hatton garden, conversion 23 units
    • 1998 – N1 – 96 Okenden Road, conversion 6 flats
    • 1998 – N1 – 48 DE Beauvoir road, conversion 2 flats
    • 1998 – N5 – 100 Drayton Park, sold with planning, 84 flats
    • 1998 – EC1 – 26 Great Tower Street, Grade 2 listed, Conversion 11 flats
    • 1999 – EC1 – 6 Borough High Street, Retained as public house, Commercial units, sold with planning permission for second floor, Burrell Boy and Banker public house.
    • 1999 – EC1 – Tower Bridge, 6 storey conversion
    • 1999 – E11 – Police Cadet Centre, 26 Belgrave Road, Sold with planning, for 44 flats
    • 2000 – N1 – Angel Islington, 6 shops and residential
    • 2000 – EN9 – Highbridge Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex, planning obtained for residential, sold
    • 2000 – EC1 – 150/164 Goswell Road, City bridge house, purchased, then sold
    • 2000 – E4 – 2/8 Stanley road, Chingford, 4 Houses new build
    • 2000 – HA2 – Territorial Army Base, Harrow, planning for 117 units, sold
    • 2000 – SE1 – Lambeth road, refurbishment of 11, 4 storey houses Adjacent to the Imperial War Museum.
    • 2000 – SE1 – 21/31 King Edward Road, renovated and sold
    • 2000 – E3 – Purchase of Connaught Works, Old Ford Road, planning for 16 apartments obtained, then sold
    • 2001 – SE1 – Tanner street, new build 8 flats
    • 2001 – N1 – 259/263 Hoxton Street, London, planning obtained and sold
    • 2001 – E2 – The Creech, Goldsmith Row, permission obtained for 18 new build apartments and sold
    • 2001 – N1 – 16 – 25 Bastwick street, 10 flats and 6000sqft commercial
    • 2001 – W1 – Newman street, refurbishment 20 flats
    • 2002 – E2 – The Prince Of Orange Public House, permission obtained and sold
    • 2002 – C05 – Land purchased in Feering, Essex, permission obtained for development then sold
    • 2002 – N1 – 4-10 Collins Yard, Islington, conversion of 4 houses
    • 2002 – E15 – Vacant development site, Manbey Road, Stratford, planning obtained for 22 flats then sold
    • 2003 – EC1 – Tower bridge, 6 storey conversion
    • 2004 – W1 – Windsor street, commercial offices
    • 2004 – EC1 – Wyngatt street, 2 houses
    • 2004 – E4 – Spicer Hall, Buxton Road, Chingford, conversion into 3 Houses, sold
    • 2004 – EC1 – Saint Luke’s Court, Tooley Street, 14 flats and commercial
    • 2005 – N1 – Islington green, 6 flats and commercial
    • 2005 – N1 – 26 Bastwick street, 10 flats and 5000sq commercial
    • 2006 – W1 – Golden Square Soho, 4 houses
    • 2006 – W1 – Hallam street, 5000sqft house refurbishment, sold
    • 2006 – E18 – Purchase Queen Mary College, Campus Site, High road South Woodford, planning permission obtained by us for 498 residential units on eleven acre site
    • 2007 – E4 – Lavender close, Chingford, new build 7 houses
    • 2007 – RM10 – Monks Farm, Upminster, new build 6 houses
    • 2009 – N1 – Hoxton Square, 8 flats and 2 commercial units
    • 2009 – IG8 – Elmhurst, Woodford Green, listed building conversion, offices and restaurant (Prezzo)
    • 2009 – N1 – 29 Bastwick Street, 6 flats and 3000sq commercial
    • 2010 – E4 – Netherhouse farm, Chingford, conversion of listed farm house
    • 2012 – IG8 – Pavilion, Woodford Green, Coffee shop
    • 2013 – IG8 – Barclay Oval, Woodford Green, new build 4 houses
    • 2013 – N1 – One Pear Tree Street, 8 flats and commercial (on going)
    • 2013 – 2014 – E3 – Fairfield Road, Bow, New Build 20 luxury apartments
    • 2013 – 2016 – E9 – Cadogan Terrace, Hackney, New build, 8 apartments, Bistro pub beneath apartments
    • 2013 – 2016 – E8 – Brett Road, Hackney, Planning permission gained for the Conversion of 5 flats.
    • 2016 – EC1 – 1 Pear Tree Street, planning permission gained for 46,000 sqft Of new build offices.
    • 2016 – E4 – Chingford, current planning on going for 80-acre cemetery.
    • 2016 – CM17 - Matching Green, Essex, A sustainable home development of two bunker houses.
    • 2016 – E17 – St Stephens Road, Walthamstow, single new build house.