Adprop began developing property in 2012. The company has grown year on year, as have the size, value and complexity of the developments that it undertakes.
The company continues to evolve in traditional and modular construction methods. Taking projects from inception and purchase, financing, design and planning, through to construction and sale.
The company was set up by Adam Jude Grant and initially purchased an Edwardian house containing nine dilapidated bedsits. With a small experienced team and after a year, the project was completed and moved to the investment portfolio.
Since then Adprop has completed numerous developments and grown his team to 20 retained skilled tradesmen.
A number of the renovated projects remain within the Adprop investment portfolio.
Overall the total value of the portfolio currently exceeds £6M. Adprop continues to build relationships with local agents, financiers, architects, planners and subcontractors to secure, fund and develop new and exciting projects.
Six Apartment Period Conversion – In Planning Phase
Currently working with the council to adapt a Victorian property into six modern apartments whilst retaining desirable original features.
The development will deliver well-proportioned apartments with off road parking and landscaped communal areas.
Residents will be within a few minutes’ walk from the excellent transport links of Beckenham Junction station and the vibrant atmosphere provided by the many bistros, bars and restaurants Beckenham has to offer.
New Build Two-bedroom Detached House – Under Development
Construction will shortly begin on a new build house in the sought after area of Bickley. On completion the modern home will provide around 90sqm of space arranged over two floors.
The property will benefit from off road parking, landscaped gardens and close proximity to transport links.
The development will be complete in April 2018.
New Build/Conversion Three Apartments & One Commercial Unit – Under Development
Located on the historic Crystal Palace triangle this converted former Lloyds bank will deliver two two-bedroom apartments and one one-bedroom apartment all with enclosed roof terraces.
A tenant has been secured for the former bank hall.
The development will be complete in September 2017.
Warehouse Conversion to Five Bed Detached House
In 2013 planning permission was granted to develop a former warehouse that dated back to the early 1800s from commercial to residential.
Over twelve months, which involved working with structural engineers, architects and a steel skeleton, the property was rebuilt whilst preserving its unique industrial heritage. The completed development resulted in 240sqm of residential warehouse space.
The project was recognised and featured in City AM newspaper.
Change of Use & Development of Three Three-bed Apartments
In 2012 a 999 head lease of a derelict commercial premise in Bromley was purchased. In a very poor state of repair and requiring major works planning permission was obtained to convert the first floor offices to residential.
The completed development created three three-bed apartments directly fronting the main High Street. All three apartments were rented and then disposed to residential investors along with the head lease.
Renovation of Detached Five Bed House
This derelict building was fully renovated and returned to its former glory.
The final development consists of a five bed detached house with landscaped gardens at both the front and rear.