CAMDEN Market owner Market Tech Holdings has appointed construction firm Mace to oversee the £120m redevelopment of Camden Lock Village.
The company, run by Israeli technology entrepreneur Teddy Sagi, floated on London’s junior market last year after amassing more than 11 acres of market real estate across Camden Borough.
It now plans to plough some of the £100m proceeds from the float into developing 170 private and affordable flats to the east of Camden Lock’s iconic market, along with shops, 9,175 square metres of offices and more market space.
The company said yesterday that Mace will oversee the development, while Piercy&Company has been appointed as the architect to take forward a planning application for Camden Lock Market.
The specialist contractor McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointed to build a primary school on the site, also known as Hawley Wharf.