Matching Green Limited
1 Pickle MewsLondon
020 3397 firstname.lastname@example.org
A dynamic mixed use development, commenced in partnership with the LDA, comprising 7 mews houses, 2 penthouses and of 60,000 sqft of highly competitive, creative workspaceOffley Works was first build in circa 1899 by James Allen Sharwood to manufacture his popular Eastern influenced pickles and chutneys.Offley is now home to multiple companies who enjoy breakout terraces, a canteen, studio and pottery space, bike parking and showers and an HD auditorium.
Matching Green as the property partner together with Monmouth Coffee Company and Neal’s Yard Dairy form Spa Terminus Limited. The aim of Spa is threefold. Firstly, to acquire and maintain a sustainably priced area for food manufacturing and wholesale businesses; secondly, to control a large enough section of property to ensure the quality of neighbouring businesses thereby influencing the development of the area; and thirdly, to maintain control of the development to ensure that manufacturing and wholesaling logistic needs are met.
Dominica is known as the Nature Island, and the bread basket of Caribbean boasting a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Luxuriant natural tropical rain forest blends with scenic volcanic features in the 7000ha National Park centred on the 1,342m high volcano known as Morne Trois Pitons. Eco-tourists are rewarded with waterfalls, natural hot springs, freshwater lakes, over 300 rivers, exotic flora & fauna together with the richest biodiversity in the Lesser Antilles, as well as diving and whale-watching.A seven acre site with natural boundaries for a sensitive eco development in conjunction with local partners. This scheme also produces a large variety of local produce as well as numerous varieties of trees, palms and plants.
Matching Green is currently planning Dockley, a developmetn of 12,500 sqft soft of commercial 111 apartments, 75 of which are private.Designed by a french and dutch consortium, Dockley is a venture with Nuffield College, Oxford.The project will create a new pedestrian street which connects Spa Road and Dockley Road, activated by the traders in the existing railway arches, along with a series of new units opposite, contributing to the array of artisan producers on-site. This will create a lively street open for Saturday market trading forming a key part of Southwark’s Low Line walking routes and establishing a centre of activity and enterprise.