By building later living villages and fostering a sense of community within them, we can put a stop to the isolation and loneliness that many people face every day – not just when there’s a global pandemic.



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, mid-market later living villages.



Wellness. Living. Learning.

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



“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” Former Housing Minister Esther McVey MP (Nov 2019)




Many over-65s wish to downsize into age-friendly accommodation that has been designed to boost independence, health and wellbeing. At present, those who wish to take this path have little to choose from. Less than 3% of the UK’s housing stock is geared towards retirement, much of it built in the last century….


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, mid-market 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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Property Week: Why later living is a positive investment

Property Week reports that billions of pounds of pension fund money have poured into two of the most successful alternative residential assets – build-to-rent (BTR) and purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), yet there is a huge proportion of the population (15...

boom in demand for retirement living lets

Specialist senior living properties to rent are set to jump by 160 per cent over five years, according to property consultancy Knight Frank. Today only 22% of those over 65 are tenants (private or social). But this will change. Owner-occupation has been falling and...

Later Living: The start of a trend

Pension funds have an increasing appetite to invest in physical retirement property assets that provide a long-term stable income for their members. A leading pensions provider has joined forces with a retirement homes developer and operator to build a new retirement...

Three million older people in England ‘put off’ downsizing

Out of the 12.3 million people aged over 65 in England, around 3.1 million feel they have to “stay put” in their current homes. A recent report by Homes for Later Living, warms that the trend is harming older people’s health and wellbeing while blocking first-time...

Rising investment to underpin increase in development of seniors housing

Knight Frank has continued to forecast growth in delivery of senior housing, however they warn that a step change in new delivery is required if the huge imbalance between need and supply is to be reversed. The report quantifies that the number of specialist seniors...

Time for investors to care about ‘housing with care’

Demand for all types of residential housing with an element of care is booming around the world. As this new blog by Paul Tostevin of Savills World Reasearch highlights, we’re on track for the worldwide number of over-65s to more than double to 1.5 billion by 2050,...

Savills: Why housing with care is appealing to investors

The July 'Impacts' report from Savills highlights the major opportunity for investors in ‘housing with care’. From independent-living housing schemes and retirement villages through to those with light-touch support, such as assisted living or extra care, it’s a gap...

Turbocharging retirement community development

A new report, 'Planning for Retirement; How Retirement Communities can help meet the needs of our ageing population', was launched today and contains several ‘bold but easily implementable’ reforms. Recommendations such as changes to planning rules, a government task...

New report – Design Principles for Extra Care Housing

Launched this week, this updated Housing LIN Factsheet no 6, now in its 3rd edition, describes key design principles and issues to consider when developing a brief for a new Extra Care Housing development. The factsheet is intended to be a practical tool for...

Urgent action needed to expand new models of care

The UK needs to take urgent action to prevent falling even further behind other countries in the innovative delivery of new models of social care – a need which has been clearly demonstrated by the coronavirus crisis according to major investors, charitable providers,...