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Donation made to Peak Coffee Academy in Lewisham to support their work helping young people into employment

At United Living Group, we are committed to delivering social value as part of all our projects and support community projects and organisations, regularly donating goods, materials and time to help protect some of the most vulnerable in the communities we operate. In keeping with that ethos, a donation of £1750 has been made to […]

Fire safety improvement works commence on Sterte Court in Poole

United Living Property Services have commenced fire safety improvement works on the external façade of two tower blocks known as Sterte Court in Poole. The £3.8 million work programme on behalf of Poole Housing Partnership will remove the old cladding system from outside of the two accommodation blocks and have new A-rated fire-resistant cladding panels […]

Conor Bray appointed as new Group Chief Operating Officer

United Living Group is delighted to announce that Conor Bray has been appointed as Group Chief Operating Officer. Conor has extensive operational experience in various sectors and is currently Managing Director, Property Services at United Living Group. He will take up the new role from 1 May 2021. His promotion follows a series of key […]

Creating innovative solutions to reduce our environmental footprint

At United Living Group, we embed innovative solutions that bring measurable, sustainable improvements across our whole offering. Committed to revolutionising the built environment, we support a proactive response to reducing our sustainable footprint. An excellent example can be seen at one of our key sites in Chertsey, as part of a multi-million-pound development building 147 […]

Key milestone reached on our Hatfield & Gerrard fire safety transformation project

A key milestone has been reached on our Hatfield and Gerrard recladding and fire safety project, with scaffolding on one of three tower blocks now being removed, revealing the new fire-resistant terracotta cladding. Following the Grenfell Tragedy, it was confirmed that the cladding on three, 13-storey tower blocks at Hatfield Close (two blocks) and Gerrard […]

London Fire Brigade trainees visit Hatfield & Gerrard fire safety project

Fire safety trainees from the London Fire Brigade have visited our Hatfield & Gerrard project in Lewisham to view the new fire safety measures that are now in place. The visit provided the new fire safety inspecting officers with a close look at the installation of the new cladding across three blocks and a new […]

£9 million contract secured to deliver a key residential & commercial scheme in South London

We are pleased to confirm that United Living Group has landed another residential & commercial scheme in London. This follows recent work to build over 200 new homes, retail & commercial space, and a new public library at our £65 million Wandsworth Exchange project. In the latest deal, we have been appointed by Peabody, one […]

Former hospital converted into temporary accommodation for local homeless people

Following a major revamp by United Living Group, Grays Court hospital in Dagenham, has been turned into emergency accommodation for local homeless people. Developed on behalf of Barking and Dagenham Council’s regeneration company, Be First. The £3.9 million restoration of Grays Court, has breathed new life into the old hospital building, and now provides 58 […]

Refurbishment underway to improve facilities for children and young people with disabilities in Slough

A 30-week refurbishment programme aimed at improving facilities for children and young people with disabilities in Slough has commenced. The facility, called ‘Breakaway’, is part of the Slough Children’s Services Trust and is a short break service for children/young people who have a learning disability, physical disability and/or sensory impairment. The facility also supports families […]

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