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The Company is funding the construction of a large portfolio of new homes, with a smaller proportion of homes in the portfolio being acquired as newly-built and fully let from third parties.

The portfolio has a wide variety of homes, built to exacting standards and a range of designs.  They cater for people at all stages of life, from young professionals and couples to families and downsizers.

Since our homes have been built to certain designs and specifications, long-term maintenance costs are easier to predict and to manage.  We aim to set market-beating standards of care.


Current Share Price 76.70 pence
Market Capitalisation £418,529,611.00

Last updated: 13:45 20 June 24.


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If you are approached by fraudsters, please tell the FCA using the share fraud reporting form at where you can find out more about investment scams.

You can also call the FCA Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768

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