Property Week: Bridges shows how profit and ethics can partner
The piece outlines the investment by Bridges Property Alternatives Fund IV – alongside joint venture partner HUB – to redevelop Taberner House, the former Croydon council office site, creating 350 low-cost homes, 150 affordable homes and 13,000 sq. ft. of commercial space.
More broadly, it looks at how Bridges’ property investment approach looks to create attractive returns alongside positive social and environmental impact – for example, by refurbishing buildings to incorporate environmental features that reduce costs, or by identifying niche sectors and operating in regions that mainstream investors might overlook.
Read the full article here (£).