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Investing in our communities

We are committed to investing in our communities. One of the ways we do this is by carrying out regeneration works that will improve the quality of life of the people living in the area.

This includes constructing new buildings, renovating existing ones, and developing public spaces such as parks and recreational areas.

This is part of our goal to make our neighbourhoods more liveable, vibrant, and sustainable for everyone who calls them home.

Barne Barton, Plymouth

CGI of a balcony view of the new Barne Barton regeneration project

Talbot Gardens

A multi-million-pound regeneration project that replaces ten blocks of maisonettes on Savage Road and Roope Close with a mix of high-quality new housing.

View the regeneration plans for the Barne Barton estate

Tower Hamlets, London

A computer generated image of the proposed Blackwall Reach regeneration project.

Blackwall Reach

In partnership with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and the GLA, we’re regenerating Blackwall Reach in Tower Hamlets to deliver 600 new homes.

View the regeneration plans for Blackwall Reach

Laindon, Basildon

A computer generated graphic of the proposed Laindon regeneration project in Basildon

New homes and town centre

We will deliver new, high-quality affordable housing, local shops, and an option for an improved medical centre. We will also provide managed parking and a fitting setting for the war memorial and historic Laindon fountain.

View the regeneration plans for Laindon Centre

Beechwood, Basildon

A computer generated image of the proposed exterior for the Beechwood Village regeneration project.

Redevelopment of Craylands 

Sanctuary is delivering this £130m regeneration scheme that will create 971 new, high-quality affordable houses and apartments.

View the regeneration plans for Beechwood Village

Watts Grove, Tower Hamlets

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Derelict site improvements

The site is derelict with the building on site falling into disrepair. We need to begin demolition to make the site safe and have applied for permission from Tower Hamlets Council to carry out this work.

View the regeneration plans for Watts Grove