Our inclusive approach to placemaking is fundamental to ensuring communities succeed in the long term. Over our years of experience we’ve learned that places only truly succeed when they work for everyone, and when everyone is included.
We love working on large scale development and regeneration projects because it means we can embed our placemaking ethos in every aspect of a place, from housing, to green spaces, to community spaces, to transport links, to health and wellbeing facilities.
Our experience and multi-company expertise means we know what it takes for a place to be successful.
One of the UK’s most prestigious residential developments. We are building 1,500 new homes along with new retail, commercial and community facilities, in partnership with Balfour Beatty Investments.
The two new neighbourhoods will provide a high proportion of family accommodation, and the desire to create a great urban environment where families can live and grow.
The overall East Wick and Sweetwater project will deliver a diverse range of housing for the capital, including homes for affordable rent, market rent and sale.
We are transforming a historic dockyard, on the banks of the River Tyne, into 815 new homes with commercial space, retail areas and public spaces.
This vibrant new waterside destination will bring 30 acres of brownfield land back into use, is being delivered in partnership with Urban Splash.Visit Smith's Dock website
Working with Runnymede Borough Council, we are delivering a £200m regeneration programme, redeveloping a number of sites across the borough over the next decade.
The Council is using capital investment to improve local facilities and housing choice to create a sustainable, profitable investment portfolio. We are providing development management services to the Council to take the sites through planning, design and construction.More about Runnymede
Our flagship £500 million development where 2,500 new mixed-tenure homes will be delivered, as well as three new schools, a hotel, commercial space, 100 acres of parkland, along with new roads and a busway.More about Brooklands
In one of the UK's most significant brownfield regeneration schemes, we're working in partnership with Urban Splash, Birmingham City Council and the Canal & River Trust, to develop 1,150 new homes along with commercial property and community facilities across the 43-acre site.
We own the 2,500 acre Gilston Park Estate, which has been identified as a site allocation for up to 10,000 new homes in the East Hertfordshire District Plan. The development would bring over £600m infrastructure investment.