St. Modwen

St. Modwen is an expert developer with over 30 years of property, residential and regeneration expertise, operating across three dedicated business units in the UK: St. Modwen Homes, St. Modwen Industrial & Logistics, and Strategic Land and Regeneration, all of which are aligned to structural growth trends. A constituent of the FTSE250, the company is active across England and South Wales, with a national portfolio totalling £1.41bn.

Across our three business units, our highly-skilled people safeguard our principles of delivering high-quality, sustainable developments as a positive legacy for businesses and communities for years to come. 

Our Strategic Land and Regeneration business focuses on promoting and master developing sites, including releasing land for house-building and commercial use, as well as delivering transformational regeneration projects such as New Covent Garden Market, London; the £1bn transformation of Longbridge, Birmingham; and the on-going development of the £450 million Bay Campus for Swansea University.

St. Modwen Homes builds contemporary new homes across the UK, is sales active on 25 schemes and delivered over 1,000 new homes in 2019.

St. Modwen Industrial & Logistics has a committed pipeline of 1.5m sq ft of high-quality logistics and industrial space and draws on one of the UK’s largest pipelines with c. 19m sq ft, 45% of which already has planning. Customers include leading logistics, e-commerce and manufacturing firms.

We are focused on delivering value for our customers, partners and shareholders – operating with our purpose of ‘Changing Places. Creating better Futures.’ throughout everything we do. 

Our Responsible Business approach has seen us set ambitious goals in six strategic areas where we can make a sustained difference to society and the environment: net carbon reduction; biodiversity and sustainable environments; diversity and inclusion; education and future skills; health and wellbeing; and responsible operational practices and partnerships. This includes our aim to be operationally net zero carbon by 2025, and fully net zero carbon by 2040, and our pledge to invest 1% of cash profits annually into education partnerships.

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