Development is a core area of business and we are on target to build over 350 homes per year. Learn more about our ambitious development programme.Development
Our tenders range from maintenance and major works, to estate services. Find out more about tendering for our contracts.Procurement
Finance & Investors
Hightown has a reputation for strong financial management. This plays a key role in achieving our ambition to build more affordable homes.Information for Investors
Our new solution for landlords. Sign up to a 3-5 year lease with Hightown, with rent guaranteed, and let us take the hassle out of letting your home.Find out more
Partnership and Funding
Learn more about our successful partnerships with local authorities, health authorities, contractors and consultants, regulators and other agencies.Partnership and funding
We publish our key documents online, including our Annual Report and Value for Money Self Assessment. Take a look at our core publications.Corporate Publications
Peregrine Close in Hemel Hempstead will be built on the site of a disused office block - bringing 87 new homes for affordable and intermediate rent to the area.View details
Hightown’s flagship development on Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead. This site delivered 130 new homes and a new community hub, bringing new life to the area.View details
Halsey House will be built on the site of a former Conservative Club in Watford town centre - bringing 39 new homes for affordable rent and shared ownership.View details
Hightown’s new development, Elmshall Place (previously known as ‘Beaufort House’), brings 58 new affordable homes for rent to central St Albans.
34 - 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for affordable rent
24 - 1 and 2 bedroom apartments via the 'Rent for less' scheme (a.k.a. Intermediate Rent).
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