Modern
Transformation

The Excalibur development, with its streets named after Arthurian legend characters, and a diverse mix of homes, is at the heart of this new regeneration. Excalibur sets new standards for housing in the area by creating a great community that people are proud to call their home.

The current 186 homes will be replaced with 371 new properties. These will include a mixture of flats and houses for sale, which will be built as part of the local regeneration scheme.

High quality homes

Through careful choice of materials and low-rise designs, the buildings blend in with the existing street scene. Privacy and access to an outside space has been a high priority, so all houses benefit from private gardens, and all apartments have balconies. The development is also laid out to make best use of sunlight, with most homes having south facing living space.

These high specification homes are designed for today’s living, featuring low maintenance materials, light and airy interiors, and generously-sized internal spaces.

Reasons to buy


The Excalibur name will not just be part of Catford’s history, but also part of its future!

Catford, part of the London Borough of Lewisham, was part of Kent until 1889. Over the last 100 years the landscape of Catford has steadily changed from open farmland into a predominantly urban area.

The original Excalibur Estate was conceived in 1946 and built by POWs as temporary post-war accommodation for the South East’s homeless. Despite an anticipated lifespan of only 10 years, in 2011 the 188-bungalow development was the largest surviving prefab estate in Britain.

Continuing the cycle of change, Catford is now seeking to regenerate a sizeable number of properties, creating new homes fit for today’s living.


​143 new homes​

These are located within a high quality environment designed to connect newly created ‘home zones’ with open spaces.. 

Out & About in SE6

Open spaces and green areas offer a range of recreation options. There are independent shops, cafés and a regular market to enjoy and hip new bars and restaurants are emerging around Catford’s historic Broadway Theatre.

About L&Q

L&Q is one of the UK’s leading housing associations and one of London’s largest residential developers. We own or manage over 90,000 homes in London and the South East.