What makes a place home? The answer is complex and different for everyone – but we believe that high-quality, well-considered designs can be the key to creating joyful, sustainable places for people to live.

From affordable housing to private houses and mixed-use developments, the neighbourhoods we create are inclusive, and create a positive sense of belonging.

We design homes to last. Homes that respect both the planet and the people who live there – enhancing residents’ wellbeing through light-filled internal spaces and relaxing communal gardens.

We’ve delivered a number of developments on urban and brownfield sites. And we’ve regenerated historic areas, providing valuable amenities for the local community.

Our cross-sector experience allows us to provide the social infrastructure that supports new housing developments and growing communities.

Our specialist experience includes:

  • Affordable housing and apartments
  • Build to rent
  • Build to sell
  • Mixed-use developments
  • Residential communities
  • Student residential
  • Masterplannning

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Insights | 22nd May 2023

Can shared living in Birmingham meet the affordability needs and aspirations of the next generation and also contribute to the 2040 Future City Framework?

Birmingham is seeing the benefits of growth from business investment, the development of its universities, the influence of HS2 and the successes and legacy of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Also, following the launch of the Our Future City Draft Central Birmingham Framework 2040 at UK REiiF recently, the potential investment and development to fulfil the […]

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Insights | 27th October 2021

Adaptable Flats

Responding to modern life and changing circumstances. Responding to modern life and changing circumstances and as part of our aim to create more joy in the world, we have developed concepts for an adaptable, dual-aspect, two-bed apartment, which would be highly flexible and able to respond to different lifestyle needs. Modular homes have been available […]

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Insights | 7th October 2021

How to Reach Net-Zero Carbon

To reduce the carbon footprint of our buildings, we need to focus on embodied carbon. Simon Beaumont-Orr explains why.

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Lead contacts


— Residential Sector Director
Adrian Bower

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Our Residential Clients

  • A2Dominion
  • Berkeley Homes
  • Cambridge City Council
  • Fort Bovisand Trust
  • Hft
  • University of Leeds
  • Newman University
  • University of Reading
  • Acorn Property Group
  • Comer Homes
  • Hill Group
  • Munroe K Ltd
  • Oxford City Housing
  • Gulf Group
  • Oxford Brookes University
  • Reurban Limited