You don’t get on a plane, then decide where you’d like to go once you’re in the air. For the same reason, we approach every project with a clear understanding of the end destination; how the new space is going to be used, and who’s going to use it. This clarity of both concept and user group has enabled us to confidently turn existing, underperforming assets into valuable, vibrant places fit for today’s modern businesses.

“We don’t just build buildings, we build communities.”


We don’t often start from scratch. In fact, we quite like the odd scratch here and there. An asset with history is an asset with an entirely unique character. That’s why, through design, branding and creativity, we work to maintain that character while repositioning it into an exciting environment that fits the next generation.

We’re recycling buildings; creating maximum impact with the minimum of intervention. Since 2006, we’ve developed 400,000 sq. ft. in this way, with another 150,000 sq. ft. in the works.

“Creatively regenerating the past for the future.”


When construction is complete, we won’t leave the key under the mat with a ‘Best of Luck’ noteThe long-term care of the buildings and urban areas we’ve re-developed is another crucial part of what we do.

Our asset management team is there to make sure we continue to generate value for the investors and users of the building long after that new paint smell has gone.

“Full buildings and vibrant atmosphere… it’s what we live for.”


We’re generating value for our investors by using our experience to source only the best opportunities, regenerating them creatively, and managing them wisely.

It’s how, since 2006, we’ve built a UK portfolio valued at £50 million with a gross development value of £110million.


It’s important to us that we manage the full lifecycle of our properties to ensure each one is operationally excellent, that every space is marketed successfully, and that the businesses who move in want to stay there.

Today we manage a portfolio of 400,000 sq. ft., containing 150 companies, with annual revenues of £5 million.

“Creating an ‘I want to work there’ syndrome.”