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Welcome to REDD’s first newsletter of 2021

An interview with Taylor Howes

Now, more than ever, we’re spending more time at home which means a beautiful living space is more important than ever. We have interviewed one of our favourite interior designers, Taylor Howes the multi-award winning, international luxury interior design studio based in Knightsbridge. To read our full interview, click here.

What are the next interior design trends/looks on the horizon this year?

We are seeing a real boom in interiors as we are all focussed on our homes. We are seeing the return of the home study and dining room and colour and texture are key. Brining green into the home both in colour, texture and plants.

As designers of interiors, how has the pandemic
impacted your vision for projects?

We have always loved designing homes for our clients – a place where everyone has their special space, a beautiful but functional home is key and a home that is a great space to entertain family and friends – so in some respects this has been heightened during the pandemic but even more so now our homes are our sanctuary and havens.

What is the interior design vision/inspiration for REDD’s Charles St?
Once an area where notable cabinet makers such as Marsh & Tatham and upholstery businesses flourished, Charles Street sits at the heart of London’s most prestigious district of Mayfair. We have drawn our inspiration from British artisans and we will reflect the attention to detail through intricate finishes, joinery craftsmanship and a curated selection of furniture and fabrics.


Mark Tredwell joins as Head of Development

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Mark Tredwell as Head of Development. Mark worked as Residential Project Director during his thirteen-years at Grosvenor. Whilst at Grosvenor Mark was responsible for the delivery and sales of a number of projects including 3 – 10 Grosvenor Crescent in Belgravia providing 15 apartments in a Grade II listed building and 65 Duke Street in Mayfair, a 60,000 sq.ft  mixed-use scheme of 16 apartments and five retail units. Mark also led Grosvenor’s on estate development programme achieving 18 planning consents and nine start on sites in 2018.

In addition he led the restoration and successful reuse of the Grade 1 listed  former church at St Mark’s  on North Audley Street in Mayfair and achieved planning consent for The Pantechnicon, a Grade 2 listed building on Motcomb Street in Belgravia for a food and retail emporium.

Mark is joining REDD with a wealth of knowledge and expertise and we look forward to working with him as the company grows in 2021.



Q&A with REDD’s Senior Property Manager

How did you start your career in property?

Funnily enough, I fell into Property Management back in 2008 following a Degree in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education.

I worked for a Niche Client side Developer for my first job and the role took me on a whole new adventure. Thriving in fast paced, diverse environments, I found  property management really harnessed my problem-solving skills and here we are, I haven’t looked back since.

What is an average day at REDD?

The main function of my role is to oversee the day to day management of our Super Prime Portfolio and network where possible – I get out when I can for inspections– as a trip into Central London at the moment feels like a staycation!

How does REDD go the extra mile for its private clients?  

Having worked with different agents both cooperate and private, I find REDD refreshing in their approach to the market. Synonymous with fineness, our bespoke approach highly focusses on services being tailored to our Clients expectations and property needs.

Have you won any exciting clients recently?

REDD were recently appointed to manage a beautiful 20,000 sq ft family house– we were absolutely thrilled to have secured this instruction and really look forward to building a long term relationships with our client!




82 Mount Street apartment scheme sells

REDD have sold their Mayfair Mount Street scheme to a private international investor in a landmark deal arranged by Prime Central London property specialists Clifton Property Partners.

The development provides a mix of lateral apartments, office and retail designed through close collaboration between REDD, architectural practice Formation Architects and 1508 London. The scheme has a stylish ground floor entrance lobby for the apartments, luxury-brand ground floor retail boutique, lower ground floor offices and five upper floors which accommodate the lateral apartments and penthouse.


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