Our developments prioritise the convenience, comfort and wellbeing of the individuals, families and communities who will live, work or spend time in them. We adapt our spaces to meet their needs and improve their wellbeing, creating places that contribute to happier, healthier and more productive lives as well as a more cohesive, resilient society.

With technological advances meaning increased choices of when, where and how we live, work, shop, relax and communicate, our homes, neighbourhoods, communities and workplaces need to be increasingly flexible in order to be effective, encourage personal development and fit people’s ever-changing lifestyles.

Case study

University of Essex

Our student accommodation scheme at the University of Essex has been designed with occupants’ health and wellbeing in mind, providing space to move away from the studying environment into the fresh air, in calming and relaxing surroundings.

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