This London developer is restoring and converting Barnes hospital in Cheadle, Manchester — a grade II listed Victorian building that was used as the set of cult 1970s horror film Let Sleeping Corpses Lie. The project is part of a venture with Betfred billionaire Fred Done that will deliver 155 new homes on the site. Founded in 1999, the firm is also working on the redevelopment of a 1960s school into 149 homes in Lambeth and the construction of 248 flats in Wembley with housing association Genesis Notting Hill. Co-founders and brothers Tariq, 53, and Kashif Usmani, 50, together with Shafiq Malik, 50, generated sales of £36.5m in 2017, helped in part by diversifying into the hospitality sector — they opened a boutique hotel last year.

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Company details
Year2018
Rank38
CompanyHenley Homes
ActivityProperty developer
LocationSouthwest London
Annual sales rise over 3 years75.23%
Latest sales £000s36,458
Staff17
Founded1999
Websitewww.henley-homes.co.uk

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