Revitalising urban areas into vibrant, mid-market later living communities 



Later living is set to be the next major UK residential asset class (Property Week Aug 2019).


Future Street will build and operate institutional grade, high quality, affordable later living villages.




“I want to see modern methods of construction – the new gold standard of building – being used up and down the country to usher in a green housing revolution” Housing Minister Esther McVey MP (Nov 2019)



Wellness. Living. Learning.

A central amenity and activity hub designed to empower residents and sustain physical activity

3 million later living homes needed

14,300,000 over 65's by 2025 (+22% since 2015)

Future Street will build & operate institutional grade, high quality, urban, affordable later living villages. We will hold through income stabilization & scaling of the portfolio before exiting to a longer term institutional investor.

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Rt Hon Theresa May MP – Support for Later Living Communities

Former PM and Rt Hon Theresa May MP has pledged her support for the private retirement communities sector. The article reports that Mrs May discussed the sector at length, including her support for private retirement communities, and acknowledged the growth in demand...

Brexit expat returnees ‘shared ownership is a godsend’

Around 785,000 Britons currently live in the EU and it makes sense for many to return to the UK. The Telegraph cites several factors from a study by the Migration Policy Institute. These include concerns over dwindling funds in the face of a falling pound, the...

Later Living: 317 home development in centre of Bath

Property Week reports today on the 'new generation of later-living projects' - a 317 unit development in the centre of Bath. The interview with Guild Living co-founder and director Eugene Marchese, describes the priorities for the urban-centric village, ..the next...

Intergenerational living is a new focus for the housing industry.

A blog by Jenny Buterchi of PRP Architects for the HouslingLIN highlights 'across the UK there is increasing interest in older people’s communities where the home has been designed to suit one’s changing needs and addresses the pressing concerns over social isolation...

Later living attracts hotel operators

Hotel Analysis has reported that the senior living space is set to grow substantially, as investors look to exploit a potentially massive market opportunity. Aside from the investment attractions, the sector’s management and operational side is drawing in seasoned...

Later living: Wellness is replacing care

In US senior living, wellness programs are replacing care as the main focus. This International Council on Active Aging survey identifies five key areas: 1. Education and lifelong learning 2. Exercise (both instructor- and technology-led) 3. Health education and...

The road ahead for senior living

This week, Property Week has featured an article with some predictions for the future of later living. For example, Knight Frank predicts that the amount of UK private rental accommodation will grow by 150% in the next three years, as demand for a flexible,...

How to revive the high street

An article in Property Week asks if senior living schemes can play a key role in reviving high streets? What would tempt retirees and their collective spending power to move into such developments? . Yes, high streets can be revived with later living communities that...

Offsite construction is the best route to zero-carbon building

Offsite construction represents an opportunity to deliver on new targets for carbon reduction. A recent article in Inside Housing reports on the keen interest from members of the JV North consortium to improve and seek solutions to future-proof homes for generations...

Unlocking the later-living puzzle

Enabling elderly residents to live active lives as valued members of an engaged, urban community presents a challenge to local authorities. Designing and shaping our cities to ensure they meet the needs of the fast-growing 65+ demographic is critical. For local...