The Team

The project team is committed to delivering a project that enhances and enriches the local area, taking on board the input and views of local people and stakeholders.


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Transport for London is a local government body responsible for the transport system in Greater London. TfL (and its forerunners) has operated South Kensington Station for 150 years and will continue to do so after the scheme’s completion. As long-term custodians of the station, TfL is proud of South Kensington Station’s heritage and has a long-standing commitment to high quality station architecture.

Native Land is a development company that is experienced at delivering residential and mixed-use developments with a resolute focus on quality and great design. Native Land’s developments draw on the local context, using the right materials and scale to ensure they are sensitive to their context and are authentic. At South Kensington, Native Land is not only TfL’s development partner but will be the long-term owner, manager and curator of the development around the station. Native Land is committed to delivering a development of the highest quality and considers engagement and consultation as essential to this process.

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is one of London’s leading architects, with a wealth of experience of designing critically acclaimed buildings in heritage and conservation areas that are respectful of their context. This experience ranges from delivering boutique homes, such as Native Land’s development at Burlington Gate, to large-scale projects in heritage contexts, such as the redevelopment of the British Museum, a contemporary building in traditional materials that was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize. Native Land has worked with RSH+P a number of times, delivering a range of high quality developments.