Paradigm has a long standing reputation for high quality developments and have significant experience and expertise in delivering homes that make a real difference to local communities.
Paradigm's Birchway eco-community in Hayes was the first large-scale housing development in London to be built.
Paradigm’s Cottesmore House provides a blueprint for how social housing for vulnerable and elderly adults could be addressed in the future.
Located in the heart of the town of Banbury, Paradigm has redeveloped a former Edwardian school in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council and Cherwell District Council.
More than 130 new homes have been built on the doorstep of leafy Finsbury Park by social housing provider Paradigm Housing Group.
A real community has developed on Paradigm's large scheme in Heron Sundon Park, Luton, built on the site of the former Heron Industrial Estate.
Paradigm started the project in Milton Keynes in November 2008 and is being handed over in phases. The final fifty three properties are expected to be completed at the end of 2012.
The colourful ultra-modern eco-estate in Oxley Park, Milton Keynes was created in response to the Design for Manufacture Competition announced by Deputy Prime Minister, John
Paradigm worked closely with Slough Borough Council (SBC) on the challenging project to build twenty spacious new homes on eight former garage sites, all enclosed by houses.
Paradigm's St Dunstan's Close in Buckinghamshire is set against a backdrop of rolling green fields, hills and the historial Whiteleaf Cross is carved into the chalk hillside
Paradigm has created a quiet cul-de-sac of attractive homes in the Borough of Broxbourne which is close to local amenities, but beside a large area of open parkland.
Paradigm worked with developer Barratt Homes on the attractive gated community at Willow Grange, close to the centre of Watford.