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Classic London LivingWelcomeWelcome to The Dumont, an exclusive collection of 186 suites, one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments within a modern classic building on the south bankof the River Thames.As the centrepiece of the exclusive Albert Embankment Plaza comprising TheCorniche and Merano Residences, the apartments in the final phase of The Dumont enjoy extraordinary views towards the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and the City.This new riverside address boasts an enviable central London location in Zone 1, enriched by the very best in architecture, interior and landscape design delivered by St James, a member of the Berkeley Group. The Dumont is named after the highly collectable work of Royal Doulton, which was once based in the area.Designed by the internationally recognised David Walker Architects, The Dumont is oriented to maximise its unique views, the design enables residents to feel truly part of this great city, whilst also creating an oasis from its hustle and bustle. The elegant, contemporary style of the architecture flows into the interiors to create stylish apartments designed for modern living.Residents have access to luxurious health and well-being facilities, including a gym, infinity pool and spa along with ten-pin bowling, games room, private cinema and exclusive spaces for socialising, relaxing and entertaining on-site, with a private roof terrace and residents’ club lounge on the 12th floor.Computer-generated image of The Dumont on Albert Embankment, indicative only1ContentsK I N G ’ S C R O S SH OX T O NS T PA N C R A SA N G E LI N T E R N AT I O N A LHOXTONR E G E N T ’ S PA R KG E F F R Y E M U S E U MV I C T O R I A M I R OH A G G E R S T O N PA R KS C H O O L O F O R I E N TA LG A L L E R YH OX T O N S Q U A R EL O R D SB R I T I S H& A F R I C A N S T U D I E SL I B R A R YS A D L E R ’ S W E L L ST H E AT R EC I T Y U N I V E R S I T YW H I T E C U B EG A L L E R YO P E N A I R T H E AT R EU N I V E R S I T Y C O L L E G E L O N D O NE X M O U T H M A R K E TSHOREDITCHU N I V E R S I T Y O F L O N D O NO L DBLOOMSBURYFA R R I N G D O NS T R E E TC R O S S R A I LR E G E N T ’ S PA R KCLERKENWELLS H O R E D I T C H H I G H S TFITZROVIAR E G E N T ’S C A N A LS T L U K E ’ SB R I C K L A N EC A S S B U S I N E S S S C H O O LB R I T I S HM U S E U MM A R Y L E B O N ET H E B A R B I C A N C E N T R EU N I V E R S I T Y O FH I G H S T R E E TL I V E R P O O L S T R E E TW E S T M I N S T E RHOLBORNC R O S S R A I LS P I TA L F I E L D SM A R K E TPA D D I N G T O NC R O S S R A I LMARYLEBONET O T T E N H A M C O U R T R DW H I T E C H A P E LC R O S S R A I LG A L L E R YOX F O R D S T R E E TCITY OF LONDONL O C A N D A L O C AT E L L IM U S E U M O F L O N D O NL O N D O N S C H O O L O F E C O N O M I C SR H O D E S T W E N T Y F O U RSOHOK I N G ’ S C O L L E G E L O N D O NM A R B L E A R C HC A R N A B Y S T R E E TT H E AT R ED I S T R I C T3 0 S T M A R Y A X EG A U T H I E RS T PA U L’ S C AT H E D R A LN E W B O N D S T R E E TS O M E R S E T H O U S EWHITECHAPELL E G AV R O C H ET O W E R O FL O N D O NC H I N A T O W NB L A C K F R I A R SR OYA L A C A D E M Y O F A R T SPICCADILLYM I L L E N N I U MB R I D G EB R I D G EH É L È N E D A R R O Z EN AT I O N A LAT T H E C O N N A U G H TB U R L I N G T O NWAT E R L O OG A L L E R YH Y D E PA R KMAYFAIRA R C A D EB R I D G ES O U T H B A N KOXO T O W E RS O U T H WA R KN AT I O N A L T H E AT R EN O B U B E R K E L E Y S TB R I D G EH AY WA R D G A L L E R YTAT E M O D E R NS H A K E S P E A R E ’ SG L O B E T H E AT R EB F I I M A XS E R P E N T I N E G A L L E R YH Y D E PA R KS T J A M E S ’ S PA R KBOROUGHG R E E N PA R KC O R N E RC I T Y H A L LT O W E RL O N D O NB R I D G EE Y ET H E S H A R DWAT E R L O OB O R O U G H M A R K E TF I L M M U S E U MR OYA L A L B E R T H A L LK N I G H T S B R I D G EB U C K I N G H A MPA L A C EW E S T M I N S T E RH O U S E S O FW H I T E C U B E G A L L E R YR OYA L C O L L E G EB R I D G EPA R L I A M E N TO F A R TSOUTHWARKWESTMINSTERBERMONDSEYI M P E R I A L C O L L L E G ES C I E N C EKNIGHTSBRIDGEM U S E U MS O U T H B A N KV& A M U S E U MU N I V E R S I T YN AT U R A LH I S T O R YL A M B E T H PA L A C EM U S E U MBELGRAVIAV I C T O R I AI M P E R I A LWA R M U S E U ML A M B E T HB R I D G EN E W P O R T S T R E E T G A L L E R YP H A R M A C Y 2S L O A N E S Q U A R ER A S O ITAT E B R I TA I NS A AT C H I G A L L E R YC H E L S E A C O L L E G E O F A R T & D E S I G NK I N G ’ S R O A DPIMLICOVA U X H A L LVAUXHALLP I M L I C OB R I D G ER A N E L A G H G A R D E N SK E N N I N G T O NG O R D O N R A M S AYS T G E O R G EW H A R F P I E RB L U E B I R DVA U X H A L LT H E O VA L04 06 08 10 14 1618 20 40 52 54 58K E N N I N G T O N PA R KB AT T E R S E AP O W E R S TAT I O NThe DumontA view likeA uniqueLocationA locationAlbertDesigning aLife atDesign atThe art ofOnly inSt Jamesno othercurve of thewithout equalEmbankmentmodern classicThe DumontThe DumontplacemakingLondonRiver ThamesPlazaComputer-generated images are indicative only23Computer-generated image of The Corniche, The Dumont, and Merano Residences on Albert Embankment, indicative only 45A view like no otherComputer-generated image of The Dumont, indicative only67A unique curve ofS U N R I S ET H E C I T YEthe River ThamesNSH O U S E S O FP A R L I A M E N TS I T U AT E D O N C E N T R A L L O N D O N ’ S L O N G E S T N O R T HWT O S O U T H S T R E T C H O F T H E R I V E R , T H E D U M O N TI S O R I E N TAT E D T O E N J O Y T H E B E S T V I E W S I N T H ES U N S E TR I V E RC A P I TA L . 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The newG REEN PARKCrossrail Elizabeth line opening 2019 will shrink journey times between6 minutesCOVENT GARDENNEWPORT STREET GALLERYVictoria, Jubilee & Piccadilly lines8 minutes7 minuteskey parts of the city, essentially creating a shortcut between Canary Wharf,WESTMINSTERthe City, the West End and Heathrow Airport, putting the whole cityDINNER BY HESTON B LU MENTHALPHARMACY 210 minutesat your fingertips.8 minutes7 minutesJubilee, Circle & District linesEUSTONHARRODSST G EORG E WHARF PIER1 1 minutes9 minutes9 minutesVictoria & Northern lines, National RailKING S’ S CROS S ST PANCR ASROYAL OPER A HOUSETATE B RITAIN1 2 minutes9 minutes1 4 minutesHammersmith & City, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, District& Northern lines, National Rail, EurostarSA ATCHI GALLERYIMPERIAL WAR M USEU M10 minutes16 minutesLEICESTER SQ UARE13 minutesPiccadilly & Northern linesR I V E RSHAKESPE ARE’ S G LOB E THE ATREHOUSES OF PARLIAMENT10 minutes17 minutesBOND STREETFROM ST G EORG E WHARF PIER13 minutesCentral & Jubilee lines, Crossrail Elizabeth lineR A I LVICTORIA AND ALB ERT M USEU MLONDON EYECADOGAN PIER10 minutes17 minutesKNIG HTSB RIDG E8 minutesFROM VAUXHALL STATION1 4 minutesTATE MODERNSK YLONPiccadilly lineEMBANKMENT PIERCL APHAM JU NCTION1 1 minutes2 2 minutes8 minutesCOVENT GARDEN4 minutes1 4 minutesA I RHYDE PARKSOUTHBANK CENTREPiccadilly lineB L ACKFRIARS PIERLONDON WATERLOO1 2 minutes2 2 minutes13 minutes5 minutesFROM VAUXHALL STATIONCHARING CROS S15 minutesNOBUBAT TERSE A POWER STATIONBANKSIDE PIERWIMB LEDON STATIONLONDON CIT YBakerloo, District & Circle lines, National Rail1 2 minutes2 4 minutes16 minutes1 2 minutes38 minutesPADDINGTONKENSINGTON ROOF GARDENSB FI18 minutesLONDON B RIDG E CIT Y PIEREPSOMHE ATHROW1 4 minutes2 4 minutesHammersmith & City, Bakerloo, Circle & District lines2 0 minutes2 9 minutes4 1 minutesNational Rail, Heathrow Express, Crossrail Elizabeth lineLOU LOUST JAMES’ S PARKCANARY WHARFCANARY WHARF PIERHAMPTON COU RTGAT WICK15 minutes2 6 minutes2 4 minutes2 8 minutes3 2 minutes4 6 minutesJubilee line, DLR, Crossrail Elizabeth line1213Albert Embankment, on the southbank of the Thames, is set tobecome one of London’s mostexciting new neighbourhoods.Covering a stretch of the Thamesbetween Lambeth Bridge andVauxhall Bridge, Albert Embankment affordssome of the most famous views across London,most notably the Houses of Parliament and theLondon Eye.Given its central location in Zone 1, excellentamenities and riverside aspect, Albert EmbankmentA location without equalis becoming one of London’s most sought-afterresidential areas. Together with some of the world’sleading architects, designers, artists and developersSt James is transforming the area into a visionary newplace to live, work and play.The area known as the South Bank is a short walkfrom Albert Embankment and has been synonymouswith world-class arts and culture for many decades,with venues for cutting edge art, theatre and music.This unique combination of modern and classic art iswhat makes the South Bank a watchword for thought-provoking and inspiring culture.The famous Southbank Centre occupies a 21-acresite and includes the Royal Festival Hall, a 2,500-seat concert venue which serves as the home of theLondon Philharmonic Orchestra and the HaywardGallery, which presents work by the world’s mostadventurous and innovative artists, and is revered formaking contemporary art accessibleUnderground, train and bus links from nearbyVauxhall station connect the area to the WestEnd, the City and key transport hubsin a matter of minutes. Meanwhile localrestaurants, shops and green spacesmake Albert Embankment anenjoyable new neighbourhoodof its own, located in theheart of the city.Photograph taken from Albert Embankment1415Albert Embankment Plaza is thenew landscaped space at the baseof Merano Residences, The Dumontand The Corniche which hasbeen designed by world-renowned landscapeAlbertarchitects, Townshend.The design includes a line of trees which willguide residents through the plaza, from theriverfront entrance, towards experientialartworks, patches of green, seating areas andinto the lobby of The Dumont. “The trees area wayfinding element, because they tell youEmbankmentthat there’s something to discover,” says CarolaEnrich, Senior Associate landscape architectat Townshend’s.Within the plaza and designed to bewelcoming all year round are peaceful mini-parks framed by fragrant, verdant plantingand enhanced with lush lawns. Planting isPlazaan informal mix of evergreen shrubs, fernsand grasses with seasonal touches of colour,whilst the organically shaped lawn areasoffer space to recline and relax.Townshend’s and St James have a sharedphilosophy focused on the importanceof placemaking, creating beautiful andlively places. This idea was reflected inthe landscape design. “For us the keything is always about creating a strongsense of place.”Computer-generated image of The Corniche, indicative onlyComputer-generated image of Merano Residences, indicative onlyComputer-generated image of the restaurant in The Dumont, indicative only1617DesigningThe Dumont completes the new The slim and graceful design and its position in Albert Embankment Plaza which the trio of buildings at Albert Embankment Plaza, is revitalising this extraordinary references the work of artist Alberto Giacometti, location on the bank of the River whose groups of elongated figures facing in different Thames. The architecture of directions echo The Dumont, The Corniche andThe Dumont complements the Merano Residences – buildings with differenta moderndynamic and stylish character of its neighbours — outlooks, yet cohesive in design.The Corniche (designed by Foster + Partners) andMerano Residences (created by Rogers Stirk Harbour Whilst the building reaches 30 storeys, its form+ Partners) — with a distinctive contemporary style remains elegant, thanks to the architects’ clean, of its own.refined and linear approach. The windows havedouble-height frames to create more vertical lines,Designed by the renowned David Walker Architects, while the exterior is clad in a ceramic faience. “We responsible for the London headquarters of Merrill were keen to have a delicate but three-dimensional classicLynch, Bank of America as well as several RIBA frame for the building, which ceramic allows.” The award-winning properties across the City, this exterior colour palette is a modern take on classic elegant building comprises four elements of varying monochrome, with warm grey and white paired with heights and orientations, which offer some of the a softened black, which Walker likens to “the colour most spectacular views in London. David Walker’s of Americano coffee.” The material was chosen vision respects the context of the site, creating for its “subtle variations in surface, highlights and sophisticated new riverfront homes along this newly reflectivity,” which lend both delicacy and solidity invigorated stretch of the embankment.to the building.“The challenge for architects is to create buildings “You can’t define a classic building, or set out to“ Y O U C A N ’ T D E F I N E Athat live up to that river frontage,” says Walker. make one, but you know a classic when you see it,”“Buildings along the Thames are very visible, which says Walker. He contends that the best buildings C L A S S I C B U I L D I N G , O Rsets the bar high in terms of design.”are not those trying to be iconic, but that “goodS E T O U T T O M A K E O N E ,architecture is about suitability, materials and scale,”“When we set out to design a building, we consider as well as creating a “resonance for residents that is B U T Y O U K N O W A C L A S S I Cwhat could be, rather than what it is,” says Walker. magic”. In the case of The Dumont, Walker believes W H E N Y O U S E E I T ”For his team, the location’s potential was all about that the magic element comes from its breathtaking the exceptional views it could offer, making residents views across the river and the great city beyond. “It’s feel truly part of London. The outlook of TheD A V I D WA L K E R , A R C H I T E C Ta ‘wow’ view. It makes people feel part of the city.”Dumont has been designed to maximise views of theiconic and historic Palace of Westminster, “the bestview in London,” according to Walker.Computer-generated image of The Dumont on Albert Embankment, indicative only1819Life at The DumontAside from the central Zone 1location, amazing views, classicarchitecture and beautifullyappointed interiors – St Jameshas created a comprehensiverange of facilities, designed togive busy residents everything they need, fromhealth and fitness to exclusive bars and diningspaces and even on-site entertainment facilitiessuch as ten-pin bowling and a cinema.The Dumont offers residents access to luxurioushealth and well-being facilities such as a gym, infinitypool and spa. It also incorporates a range of leisurespaces and activities that give residents an extension totheir living space. St James’ vision is to create a relaxing,revitalising and entertaining experience througha unique collection of carefully managed spaces.For residents, time is often the greatest luxury,inspiring the range of in-house entertainmentfacilities. The amenities allow residents to unwind,without ever having to leave the building, or to invitefriends and family over for a movie, a games night orelegant dining experience.Facilities include a relaxing social space with a pooltable, a stylish ten-pin bowling lane, an in-housecinema, a quintessentially British secret roof garden,a residents’ lounge and private dining space locatedon the 12th floor, with spectacular views acrossthe River, as well as historic and iconic landmarksLondon has to offer.Each space seamlessly combines the best ofcontemporary and classic style, with intimate butsocial spaces creating a private members club feel.Whether you want to meet up with friends and familyor take a moment away from the city, The Dumont’scombination of peaceful corners and social spacescan offer residents space to relax.A L B E R T E M B A N K M E N T34LEVEL 1989LEVEL 121 Gym2 Pool & Vitality Rooms23 Skyline Club lounge terrace4 Skyline Club lounge1GF5 Private Cinema6 Ten-pin bowling56710LEVEL –17 Games room8 Secret garden roof terrace9 Observatory & Private Dining10 Residents parkingSite plan is indicative only and subject to change. In line with our policy of continuous improvement we reserve the right to alter the layout, building style, landscaping and specification at any time without notice.2021ObservatoryComputer-generated image of the Observatory, indicative onlyLocated on the 12th floor, the Observatory is afeast for the eyes offering truly unique views ofthe London skyline. Serving as The Dumont’s ownprivate club space, residents can find corners forquiet contemplation or social gatherings, whethercongregating in the inviting chairs and loungersinside, or taking a breath of fresh air from the terrace.2223Computer-generated image of the Secret Garden, indicative onlyThe terrace is a sanctuary from the hustle andbustle of the city. The garden is largely hiddenfrom view, yet is filled with the verdant and fragrantSecret Gardenplanting typical of an English courtyard garden.Accessed via the Observatory, your exclusiveand tranquil garden also includes serene seatingareas and perfectly framed views of London’sfinest landmarks.2425Private DiningAccessed via the Observatory, the privatedining space gives residents the opportunityto entertain in style or hold a business meeting,with one of the world’s most sought-after viewsas the backdrop. Ideal for hosting friends, familyor business associates, the space is as adaptableas it is impressive, while its excellent facilities andrefined design can turn any dinner party into anunforgettable event.Computer-generated image of the Private Dining space, indicative only2627Ten-Pin BowlingFew sports have such a singular appeal as ten-pin bowling. The deceptively simple gameof knocking down pins by rolling a ball at speedhas become a popular way for friends and familyto unite as teams – or even compete against eachother. Rarely has bowling been as chic as at TheDumont, with stylish fittings and luxuriousfurnishings in the lounge area, as well as the latestComputer-generated image of the Ten-pin bowling alley, indicative onlyequipment on the lane.2829Games RoomWith a full-sized American pool table, cosybanquette seating and a refined atmosphere,the Games Room evokes the classically mellowspaces of a traditional members’ club, with a cool,modern edge. The Games Room offers residents anopportunity to wind down, spend time with friendsand family or simply hone their playing skills,all within a laid-back, elegant and beautifullyappointed space.Computer-generated image of the Games Room, indicative only3031Computer-generated image of the Private Cinema, indicative onlyThe residents’ cinema at The Dumont providesall the glamour of the silver screen just aPrivate Cinemafew steps from your door. Luxurious seating iscomplemented with foot rests and side tables,keeping snacks and drinks in easy reach, while thelatest screening technology ensures a clear, richpicture and crisp sound, whether you are indulgingin a classic or modern movie of your choice.3233Skyline Club LoungeResidents of The Dumont can enjoy theluxurious surroundings and extraordinaryviews of the Skyline Club Lounge, on the 19th floor ofThe Corniche. Whether you are entertaining friendsor clients, or simply taking a moment for yourself,this is the perfect place to relax in style. London’sskyline provides the backdrop, but the interiorspaces are just as impressive, combining luxuriousmaterials with elegant furniture and stylish lightingall complemented by a terrace which allows you tofeel part of this great city.Computer-generated image of the 19th floor Skyline Club Lounge at The Corniche, indicative only 3435Vitality RoomsThe spa, gym and pool at The Cornicheare available to all residents of The Dumont.The Vitality Rooms provide a place for residentsto wind down, work out or be pampered,with a menu of luxurious spa treatments, anindoor infinity pool and a state-of-the-art fitnesscentre, with personal trainers available by appointment.Computer-generated image of the Vitality Rooms at The Corniche, indicative only 3637Infinity PoolDive into The Corniche’s infinity pool.Experience a refined, calming oasis oftranquillity, to recover and stimulate one’s senses.Part of the rejuvenating spa experience or theperfect end to the day.Computer-generated image of the Infinity Pool at The Corniche, indicative only 3839Design at The DumontCreated by Spinocchia Freund,a company that has introducednew levels of boutique luxury andoriginality to the interior designworld, The Dumont’s interiors aresoft and sumptuous, reflecting the designers’ visionof luxury as comfort. “We have created a look that iscompletely unique for The Dumont and a lifestyleunparalleled to any other,” says Brigitta SpinocchiaFreund. “It’s a fusion between New York andLondon – very stylish, fashionable and timeless, butwith a twist.”Residents are invited into the building bya glamorous lobby that recalls the refinedatmosphere of the world’s grandest hotels. Anincredible salt glaze has been applied to the flutingdetail on the reception desk, reminiscent of aprivate members’ club.For The Dumont, Spinocchia Freund has createdtwo exquisite colour palettes to ensure that “everyapartment has its own unique qualities andfeel,” according to Brigitta Spinocchia Freund.Contemporary mixed metals, sleek glass andsoft interior finishes are knitted into an elegantwhole, enhancing the emphasis on comfort thedesign articulates.No detail is overlooked in the kitchens: chamferedand expressed edges run around the stone worktopsand breakfast bars, while bespoke metallic featuresand mirrored splashbacks evoke Manhattan’seffortless cool.Computer-generated images are indicative only4041Living area from a two bedroom apartment. Computer-generated image is indicative only 4243Kitchen from a three bedroom apartment. Computer-generated image is indicative only 4445Dining area from a three bedroom apartment. Computer-generated image is indicative only 4647Bedroom from a two bedroom apartment. Computer-generated image is indicative only 4849Bathroom from a two bedroom apartment. Computer-generated image is indicative only 5051The art ofplacemakingA L R E A D Y A M A G N E T F O R A R T A N D C U LT U R E ,T H E S O U T H B A N K I S S E T T O B E F U R T H E RE N R I C H E D B Y N E W A R T W O R K S C O M M I S S I O N E DF O R A L B E R T E M B A N K M E N T, B Y P I O N E E R I N GL O N D O N - B A S E D A R T C O L L E C T I V E R A N D O MI N T E R N AT I O N A L .The group specialises in sculpture, The collective has proposed several works for performance and experiential Albert Embankment. Turnstile, which will beinstallations, staged in galleries and situated in front of The Dumont, is a labyrinth of museums from London and New metal turnstiles that evokes the classic English York to Shanghai and Dubai.garden maze, rendered in industrial materials.“Traditionally, public art is quite static,” says Koch,Working in conjunction with cultural curators “but this takes a playful approach – something to Futurecity, Random International has been make people stop in their tracks and get involved”.commissioned to develop unique artworks forAlbert Embankment Plaza, the grounds Random International’s creations work on many surrounding The Dumont and its neighbours, levels, creating moments of astonishment as much Merano Residences and The Corniche. The as personal discovery: while Turnstile is designed installations will create a new art destination on the so that many people can engage with it at the same bank of the Thames,time, another installation planned for MeranoResidences is more intimate in scale, allowing only“St James is one of the few developers taking one or two people to interact with it at once.The Thames Stone by Ekkehardrisks by working with artists. They’re unusual inAltenburger at Grosvenor Watersidecommissioning art as part of the building process,” “The area is extending and expanding its cultural says Random International’s Hannes Koch. Indeed, credentials,” says Nicky Petto of Futurecity. “The art is central to St James’ placemaking aims, and the works at Albert Embankment are a key part of company has previously worked with award-winning establishing a new cultural tradition in the area.”artists such as Kate Davis and Peter Newman. Ratherthan buying art “off the shelf” to simply decorate thedevelopment, St James is working with Futurecityand Random International to create installationsthat are uniquely embedded in the environmentof Albert Embankment Plaza.The installations are intended to enhance andanimate the riverside. “Our approach to art hasalways been intuitive and instinctive,” says Koch.“Our work has a degree of responsiveness – aninvitation to audience participation”. The group’sRain Room project, which has been exhibited inthe world’s key cultural capitals, is a prime example.It creates a cube of artificial rain, through whichvisitors can walk without getting wet, described as a“carefully choreographed downpour that respondsto your movements and presence”.Computer-generated image of the piazza at The Corniche, indicative onlyPeter Newman’s Skystation at Riverlight5253Only in LondonS T E E P E D I N H E R I TA G E B U T U T T E R LYM O D E R N , L O N D O N ’ S M O S T F A M O U S B R A N D SA R E A R E F L E C T I O N O F T H E C I T Y I T S E L F .The iconic British brand of Burberry was established in 1856 by Thomas Burberry and has built a reputation for craftsmanship, From hand-made umbrellas of distinction, to luxury leather goods, Swaine Adeney Brigg has been hand-tooling, design and innovation, supplying luxury clothing, signature bags, scarves and accessories all round the world.shaping and stitching the finest materials in the traditional way for the past 250 years.London’s creative energy and trench coat every season to give it a new edge, Likewise, Swaine Adeney Brigg has been resident in London’s greatest department stores are landmarks The original Selfridges store on Oxford Street a wide range of Michelin-starred restaurants from entrepreneurial spirit has helped shape and seamlessly blending luxury products with St James’s Street since 1836 and has been equipping as well as world-renowned shopping destinations. continues to offer an enviable selection of timeless famous names such as Gordon Ramsay, Hélène culture the world over and is home to innovative technology.connoisseurs with fine leather goods and accessoriesFortnum & Mason has stood on Piccadilly since and innovative brands, as well as a constantly-Darroze, Alain Ducasse and Heston Blumenthalsome of the world’s most iconic stores,since 1798. In Savile Row, a distinctly British tailoring1707, supplying royalty, travellers and foodies with changing roster of exciting events. Harrods’ as well as a new generation of creative chefs.brands and restaurants.One of the most fascinating parts of London tradition that dates back to the 18th century delicious treats from teas and gin to its famous Knightsbridge store is something to behold, from shopping is discovering stores like James Smith continues to draw people for bespoke suiting from hampers. Liberty’s atmospheric store may look its extraordinary Egyptian-themed escalators to its London boasts many more places combining the Steeped in heritage but utterly modern, London’s & Son (at the eastern end of Oxford Street) which long-standing residents such as Gieves & Hawkes and like a Tudor building, but the products inside are celebrated food hall.finest traditions with latest ideas, from hotels andmost famous brands are a reflection of the city itself. has been supplying Londoners with high-quality Dege and Skinner, to more contemporary tailors like distinctly modern, with a selection of sought-afterbars to members’ clubs, museums and galleries.Burberry is perhaps the most famous London-born umbrellas since 1830, and still has its original Alexander McQueen and Richard James.fashion, furniture and beauty brands.London isn’t just famous for its shopping – it’s now The city is just waiting for you to discover them…global brand: it may date back to 1856, but it is a shopfront to prove it.one of the world’s leading cities for fine dining, withdistinctly modern company, reworking the classic5455HÉLÈNE DARROZETHE GREENHOUSETwo Michelin-star restaurant at theTwo Michelin-star restaurant,Connaught, MayfairHay’s Mews, MayfairEstablished in 1875 on Regent Street by Arthur Lasenby Liberty, his legacy continues in the store today with their in-house collections of scarves, accessories and fabrics and the finest designer fashion and homeware from all over the world.5657Creators of London’sresidential riverscapeS T J A M E S C R E AT E S N E W P L A C E S T O L I V E , W O R KA N D P L AY. W O R K I N G W I T H L E A D I N G A R C H I T E C T S , D E S I G N E R S A N D C E L E B R AT E D A R T I S T S O N U N I Q U EE X T E R I O R S A N D A R T I N S TA L L AT I O N S .Photograph of Riverlight, indicative onlyFor over twenty years St James, part placemaking ability,” says Sean Ellis, Chairman of neighbourhood. “The spaces between buildings are We want to ensure that you are happy with every – On the day you reserve – until the day – We’ll meet you at the development to of the Berkeley Group, has been St James. “It’s about creating a place where people as important as the buildings themselves,” says Ellis.aspect of your new home, so we look after ouryou complete – we’ll update you regularlydemonstrate all the functions and facilities ofcreating sought-after, sustainable want to invest time and money, as well as giving customers at every stage with expert advice,on progress.your new apartment and will present you withand beautifully designed homes something back to the local community.”Having already revitalised several riverside locationsattention to detail and continuous communication.your own bespoke guide to your new home.across London and the South East.across the capital, St James is now focusing onFrom exchange of contracts, your dedicated St – Sustainability is high on our agenda.The company specialises in revealing Central to the company’s ethos is its focus on transforming Albert Embankment, a key stretch of James Customer Relations Team will help with anyWe promise to fully communicate the– We personally hand over your key onthe potential of new locations, transforming great design, working with leading architects and the Thames in central London, through three new questions you may have.environmental features of our developmentscompletion day and make sure everythingthem into vibrant and desirable neighbourhoods designers to create exceptional buildings and landmark developments – The Corniche, Merano to all of our customers.is to your satisfaction.and delivering high quality homes with excellent stylish living spaces, as well as collaborating with Residences and The Dumont. Each offers St James’Here is what you can expect:– Our Customer Relations Manager will present–The two-year warranty with 24-hour emergencycustomer service.celebrated artists on unique exteriors and art signature combination of regeneration, distinctive installations.design, desirable living space and sustainable–We will contact you throughout your buyinga selection of designer-conceived colourservice has a dedicated customer serviceSt James has grown to become one of the mostenvironments, all with the added benefit of a highlyjourney to ensure that everything progressespalettes to help you find the interior finishtelephone number. From the 3rd to the 10thadmired developers in the UK, with a reputation The creation of considered landscaping is also desirable central riverside location.smoothly and you are kept up to date withthat most suits your style.year you’ll have the added warranty protectionfor placemaking – the art of creating new places central to St James’ approach, with dedicated regular information.of NHBC.to live, work and play. “We take great pride in our gardens and attractive features woven into each new 5859Designedfor lifeA commitmentW H E N Y O U B U Y A H O M E F R O M B E R K E L E Y Y O Uto the futureC A N B E S A F E I N T H E K N O W L E D G E T H AT I T I SB U I LT T O V E R Y H I G H S TA N D A R D S O F D E S I G NA N D Q U A L I T Y, H A S L O W E N V I R O N M E N TA LI M P A C T A N D T H AT Y O U W I L L E N J O Y A NOver the years, the Berkeley Group has won many prestigious awards forE X C E P T I O N A L C U S T O M E R E X P E R I E N C E .Great Placesthe quality, design and sustainability of its developments. Our Vision isBerkeley’s plan for the business, designed to raise standards higher still. We seek to create beautiful, successful places characterised by the quality Our goal is to be a world-class company creating successful, sustainable of their design, external spaces, transport and access to jobs and amenities.places where people aspire to live. We take our responsibilities towards our These are places where people choose to live, work and spend their time customers, the environment, the workforce and the communities in which and which directly encourage people’s well-being and quality of life.we work very seriously. Our plan for the business has five areas of focus:Customers, Homes, Places, Operations and Our People.Efficient and considerate operationsOur VisionWe reduce the impact of the construction process on the local communityby registering all of our sites with the Considerate ConstructorsTo be a world-class business generating long-term value by creating Scheme. We set targets to reduce water, energy and waste. We work with successful, sustainable places where people aspire to live.our supply chain to ensure high quality services and materials areconsistently provided.Our customers are at the heartQuality is at the heartOur commitment to sustainable living.of all our decisionsof everything we doHomes at The Dumont benefit from:An Exceptional Customer ExperienceA commitment to people and safetyWe aim to understand their needs and consistently At St James, quality takes precedence, from–Energy-efficient appliances provided to lower theWe aim to put customers at the heart of our decisions. Dedicated salesmeet or exceed their expectations. The service we choosing the right location and style of home, to running costs and carbon footprint of the home.teams will provide exceptional service throughout the buying process, and Safety is a high priority on all of our construction sites. We also aim to have provide is professional, efficient and helpful to make the construction processes we practise, the materials teams will manage the customer relationship from exchange of contracts a positive impact on society and enable young and unemployed people the home buying process as straightforward and we use and the specifications we put into our homes.through to completion, delivery of the new home and after occupancy.to get into work through our support of the Berkeley Foundation.–Centralised energy centre with electricityenjoyable as possible. Our levels of customer service For extra peace of mind, in addition to the 10-year generation.aim to be comparable to other top brands.warranty all new homes receive, St James operates aHigh Quality Homes2-year policy with dedicated Customer Service teams–Homes designed for low water consumptionon hand 24 hours a day to deal with enquiries quicklyWhen you buy a new home from Berkeley you can be safe in theCustomer service is our priorityto preserve the water resources.and effectively.knowledge that it is built to very high standards of design and quality andAll our customers are provided with a commitmenthas low environmental impact. We meet specific space standards for new–100% low energy lighting and PIR lightingthat when they buy a new home from St Jameshomes and aim to deliver a home which has fibre broadband infrastructure.Unparalleled choice of homes in thein communal areas.they can be safe in the knowledge that it is built tovery high standards of design and quality, has low most sought after locations–Wi-Fi in the reception, residents’ loungeenvironmental impact and that they will enjoy an As one of the UK’s leading house builders, we are and club room.exceptional customer experience. Each customer able to offer our customers an unrivalled choice receives tailored information relating to their of property location, size and type. From city – Covered cycle storage facilities provided to The Berkeley Foundationpurchase and has a dedicated point of contact penthouses to country retreats, modern studio enable use of sustainable transport modes.Berkeley takes social responsibility very seriously. In 2011 The Berkeleythroughout the customer journey.apartments to traditional family homes, you willFoundation was established, with the aim of supporting Britain’s youngfind the perfect home to match your requirements. – Residents’ Gym, Pool & Spa.people and their communities.Green living and sustainableOur homes are also built in some of Britain’s mostdevelopment is top of our agendadesirable locations from market towns and ruralWe do this through a number of partner charities that tackle some of thevillages to major towns and cities, and countryside tomost pressing social problems affecting young people today, includingAs a company, we are committed to reducing energy, the coast – we build in the locations you want to live.homelessness and unemployment. The money raised comes part fromwater and waste on our construction sites, in ourthe Berkeley Group, and also through the tireless and inventive efforts ofoffices and in the homes that we build. Almost all of A commitment to creating our staff.our developments are built on brownfield land and wealways take care to protect and enhance biodiversity sustainable communities We have set a goal for The Berkeley Foundation to invest £10 million overand natural habitats. Our homes include features to St James’ homes and developments are not just the next five years to support young people and their communities. Everyencourage sustainable living such as dual-flush WCs, built for today. They are designed to enhance penny will be spent on charitable activities and worthy causes to ensure that recycling bins and energy-efficient white goods.the neighbourhoods in which they are locatedmaximum benefit is achieved.permanently. We achieve this through ourcommitment to excellence in design, sensitivelandscaping, sympathetic restoration, andimpeccable standards of sustainability. We aim toaddress the needs not only of our customers but theirneighbours and the broader community of whichthey are a part. It is a long-term view: we want tocreate exceptional places for people to live, work andrelax in, and build communities that will thrive todayand for years to come.6061K I N G ’ S C R O S SH OX T O NS T PA N C R A SA N G E LI N T E R N AT I O N A LHOXTONR E G E N T ’ S PA R KG E F F R Y E M U S E U MV I C T O R I A M I R OH A G G E R S T O N PA R KS C H O O L O F O R I E N TA LG A L L E R YH OX T O N S Q U A R EL O R D SB R I T I S H& A F R I C A N S T U D I E SL I B R A R YS A D L E R ’ S W E L L ST H E AT R EC I T Y U N I V E R S I T YW H I T E C U B EG A L L E R YO P E N A I R T H E AT R EU N I V E R S I T Y C O L L E G E L O N D O NE X M O U T H M A R K E TSHOREDITCHU N I V E R S I T Y O F L O N D O NO L DBLOOMSBURYFA R R I N G D O NS T R E E TC R O S S R A I LR E G E N T ’ S PA R KCLERKENWELLS H O R E D I T C H H I G H S TFITZROVIAR E G E N T ’S C A N A LS T L U K E ’ SB R I C K L A N EC A S S B U S I N E S S S C H O O LB R I T I S HM U S E U MM A R Y L E B O N ET H E B A R B I C A N C E N T R EU N I V E R S I T Y O FH I G H S T R E E TL I V E R P O O L S T R E E TW E S T M I N S T E RHOLBORNC R O S S R A I LS P I TA L F I E L D SM A R K E TPA D D I N G T O NC R O S S R A I LMARYLEBONET O T T E N H A M C O U R T R DW H I T E C H A P E LC R O S S R A I LG A L L E R YOX F O R D S T R E E TCITY OF LONDONL O C A N D A L O C AT E L L IM U S E U M O F L O N D O NL O N D O N S C H O O L O F E C O N O M I C SR H O D E S T W E N T Y F O U RSOHOK I N G ’ S C O L L E G E L O N D O NM A R B L E A R C HT H E AT R ED I S T R I C T3 0 S T M A R Y A X EG A U T H I E RS T PA U L’ S C AT H E D R A LWHITECHAPELL E G AV R O C H ET O W E R O FL O N D O NB L A C K F R I A R SPICCADILLYM I L L E N N I U MB R I D G EB R I D G EN AT I O N A LB U R L I N G T O NWAT E R L O OG A L L E R YH Y D E PA R KA R C A D EB R I D G ES O U T H B A N KOXO T O W E RN AT I O N A L T H E AT R EH AY WA R D G A L L E R YTAT E M O D E R NS H A K E S P E A R E ’ SG L O B E T H E AT R EB F I I M A XS E R P E N T I N E G A L L E R YH Y D E PA R KS T J A M E S ’ S PA R KBOROUGHG R E E N PA R KC O R N E RT O W E RL O N D O NB R I D G EE Y ET H E S H A R DWAT E R L O OB O R O U G H M A R K E TF I L M M U S E U MR O YA L A L B E R T H A L LK N I G H T S B R I D G EB U C K I N G H A MPA L A C EH O U S E S O FW E S T M I N S T E RR O YA L C O L L E G EPA R L I A M E N TB R I D G EO F A R TWESTMINSTERBERMONDSEYI M P E R I A L C O L L L E G ES C I E N C EKNIGHTSBRIDGEM U S E U MS O U T H B A N KV& A M U S E U MU N I V E R S I T YN AT U R A LH I S T O R YL A M B E T H PA L A C EM U S E U MBELGRAVIAV I C T O R I AI M P E R I A LWA R M U S E U ML A M B E T HN E W P O R T S T R E E T G A L L E R YB R I D G EP H A R M A C Y 2S L O A N E S Q U A R ER A S O ITAT E B R I TA I NS A AT C H I G A L L E R YC H E L S E A C O L L E G E O F A R T & D E S I G NK I N G ’ S R O A DPIMLICOVA U X H A L LVAUXHALLP I M L I C OB R I D G ER A N E L A G H G A R D E N SK E N N I N G T O NG O R D O N R A M S AYS T G E O R G EW H A R F P I E RB L U E B I R DVA U X H A L LT H E O VA LK E N N I N G T O N PA R KB AT T E R S E AP O W E R S TAT I O NMap is not to scale and shows approximate locations onlyThese particulars should not be relied upon as statements of fact or representations and applicants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. This information does not constitute a contract or warranty.The dimensions given on plans are subject to minor variations and are not intended to be used for carpet sizes, appliance sizes or items of furniture. The Dumont is a marketing name and will not necessarily form part of the approved postal address. Applicants are advised to contact St James to ascertain the availability of any particular property. Computer-generated images are indicative only and subject to change. Lifestyle images are indicative only. The Dumont site plan is indicative only and subject to change. In line with our policy of continuous improvement we reserve the right to alter the layout, building style, landscaping and specification at any time without notice. Your attention is drawn to the fact that it may not be possible to provide the branded products as referred to in the specification. In such cases, a similar alternative will be provided. St James reserves the right to make these changes as required. 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