Published: 7th Jan 2021

Legal & General has revealed it has invested around £1.5bn in levelling up the UK’s towns and cities since the beginning of the pandemic last year. New figures released by the company show it has secured planning permission for around 6,000 homes through its later living, build to rent, modular housing and build to sell businesses since March 2020. It has also backed the creation of thousands of new affordable homes through long-term debt financing and its affordable housing arm. Its most recent housing commitment was agreed at the end of December 2020 in Bristol, where it secured consent to deliver 185 homes through modern methods of construction. The energy efficient scheme has been developed with Bristol City Council in Bonnington Walk, Lockleaze and will have half of its homes as dedicated affordable. As Legal & General continues to support a move towards a net zero carbon future, it has … (To read the full article, subscribe below)