• html5
  • responsive
  • WordPress


They are property developers with over 30 years of experience and more than £20 Billion of completed projects behind them. Their successful track-record includes landmark projects such as Broadgate, Paternoster Square, Chiswick Park. Our new projects include Television Centre, White City.

They are a focused team of development entrepreneurs from professional property and construction backgrounds including surveyors, engineers and building experts, together with a finance team and support staff.

Responsive custom built WordPress theme

A custom framework was hand coded for these well established and renowned property developers using WordPress, HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery. The site is fully responsive and was built using a natural liquid/responsive style.

The site required multiple page templates created;
For home page and testimonials section I used and modified sipersized.js to feature full sized background images and rotating headlines which are pulled directly from custom post types.

The other pages main include rotating header banners and multi-column magazine style layout which uses CSS3 columns with an ie9 fall back of multicolumn.js.

I've also created filterable grid style layouts for the people and projects pages which uses shuffle.js.

The projects pages themselves are able to display a gallery of images which are automatically pulled in the correct size to display neatly on each of the project pages with each development displaying their own detailed information.

Everything you see on the website is added to this site through the WordPress admin panel, this has been completely customised to allow the user to easily add content or make changes to the entire front end of the website without any future need for a web developer.


Stanhopeplc also makes use of WordPress built in blogging functionality and allows the user to add featured articles to the homepage of the website.


Stanhopeplc was a labour of love and problem solving, whilst developing this site I've had to think like a non-web developer to make adding content and adjusting the website as easy as possible for the end user. Each of the sections in the administration area are individually created and logically laid out to not confuse the website administrator and allow for the smoothest possible transition from computer to web.