Legal & General Capital has a track record of successful investment partnerships and of delivering economically and socially important schemes across the country.
LGIM Real Assets
LGIM Real Assets is a division of Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of Europe’s largest institutional asset managers and a major global investor.
A 50:50 partnership with US based real estate developer, creating a real estate platform dedicated to driving science and technology growth across the US.
Oxford University Development
In 2019 we established Oxford University Development (OUD) a joint venture partnership with Oxford University, to design and deliver exemplary, sustainable development that meets the future needs of Oxford University, contributes to the wider economy of Oxfordshire and creates economic and social benefits for local communities.
UCL Institute of Health Equity
To tackle the injustice of health inequity across the UK, we have partnered with the Professor Sir Michael Marmot and the UCL Institute of Health Equity to examine how improvements to the design and construction of our towns and cities can help to address health inequalities and support “levelling up” across the UK’s regions.
Pod Point is one of the UK’s leading companies in providing electric vehicle charging solutions for homes, the workplace and commercial organisations, with a focus on delivering strong customer satisfaction.
EDF is leading the transition to a cleaner, low emission electric future, tackling climate change and helping Britain reach net zero.
Bruntwood SciTech, a 50:50 joint venture between Bruntwood and Legal and General, creates the environments and ecosystems that enable companies in the science and technology sector to form, collaborate, grow and scale.
Goldacre is an innovative family office investment house. As part of the Noé Group we leverage the scale of a £2bn asset management business with the nimbleness of a boutique.
Legal & General Capital entered into a joint venture partnership with specialist real estate investor and developer, Scarborough Group International, in August 2015 when it acquired a 50% stake in Thorpe Park, a 200 acre development site in East Leeds.
Legal & General Capital holds a 40% equity stake in Pemberton. The investment in Pemberton and the allocation of funding for loans and private placements enable Legal & General to accelerate its participation in the direct lending market.
Legal & General Capital and Dutch pension fund manager, PGGM, have established three strategic joint venture partnerships to date.
Muse Developments is working in partnership with Legal & General Capital and the Homes & Communities Agency to bring forward the English Cities Fund′s portfolio of major regeneration schemes in Salford, Liverpool, Wakefield, Canning Town and Plymouth.
The Homes & Communities Agency is working in partnership with Legal & General Capital and Muse Developments to bring forward the English Cities Fund′s portfolio of major regeneration schemes in Salford, Liverpool, Wakefield, Canning Town and Plymouth.
Legal & General Capital entered into a partnership with Cardiff-based developer, Rightacres, in September 2015 to bring forward Central Square in Cardiff, a prime 12 acre, mixed-use regeneration scheme in the heart of the city centre.
NTR plc is a renewable energy investment management group that acquires, constructs and manages assets directly and for third parties.
In November 2016, LGC invested £2.5m in Oxford Photovoltaics Limited (Oxford PV), a spin-out from the University of Oxford, to commercialise perovskite, a low-cost, highly efficient solar cell absorber material that can vastly improve a solar panel’s ability to convert sunlight into electricity.
Public Practice is a value-led organisation that delivers services to support the public sector develop its placemaking leadership capabilities. Local and Combined Authorities are crucial to shaping their places to reduce inequality and improve lives. To achieve this, they must be well-resourced with diverse placemaking skills and proper support. We are working with Public Practice to address these needs.