Created on the site of the historic Young’s Brewery, Ram Quarter is an innovative development designed to accommodate a vibrant mix of new, high quality homes, premium properties within heritage buildings, and carefully selected retail, leisure and lifestyle experiences.
Our vision for Ram Quarter is creating a new heart for Wandsworth, where residents and the wider community have access to all the services, leisure and retail opportunities they need.
The design, created in collaboration with EPR Architects, has opened access to the river, creating a new place where people can enjoy the outdoors, exercise and relax. At the same time, we’ve retained as much as possible of the site’s heritage, created opportunities to share the history of the site, and preserved historical artefacts for possible future display.
Six new residential buildings and 14 premium apartments have been delivered as part of Phase One.
The premium apartments are known as Coopers’ Lofts. These beautiful, unique properties provide residents with a dramatic and stylish environment where heritage features combine cleverly with modern design.
The homes in Draper’s Yard have already sold out and there is high demand for the studio, 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom properties now on sale within our nine-storey building, Shoreham Gardens. Properties in Langridge House will be available soon.
We’re developing a complementary set of retail, leisure and lifestyle services to create a community within Ram Quarter and a new heart for Wandsworth.
With its open layout, riverside setting, easy connectivity within the site and to Wandsworth Town, Ram Quarter is an exciting new place for commercial business of all kinds, from retailers to bars and restaurants, gym operators to private nurseries. We’re working with small independent businesses and larger well-known ones to create a social and cultural environment where people will love to spend time.
Beer has been brewed on the site in Wandsworth since at least 1533. Young’s closed its brewery in 2006, but we have kept a small-scale brewery on-site while Ram Quarter has been developed, ensuring that Britain’s oldest continually-working brewery has remained in operation.
Ram Quarter maintains many aspects of its brewing heritage, including the brewery’s iconic listed buildings. Many of these date from 1831 when Charles Allen Young and Anthony Fothergill Bainbridge purchased the brewery. Their brewery provided the world with Young’s famous ales for more than 170 years.
“The tradition of brewing on site goes back almost 500 years. We are very proud to be keeping this tradition alive while construction is ongoing”Taotao Song, Chief Executive Officer