Over the last ten years, the business has grown and evolved through a number of key stages.
Originally a private equity backed property start-up in 2009 focused on changing the strategic land market, we became a public company in 2014 through the reverse takeover of a commercial development business and then added Catesby in 2015.
These component parts still form the bedrock of Urban&Civic ten years on and we have spent the last five years adding more strategic sites, earning stakeholders’ trust, delivering demonstrable quality and establishing a fully scalable business model.
As the leading Master Developer, this puts us in a perfect position to identify and deliver further strategic sites in key growth locations.
Urban&Civic transfers to the premium listed segment of the London Stock Exchange
First school opens at Rugby – St Gabriel’s Church of England Academy
First house sold at Middlebeck – Avant
First house sold at Rugby – Davidsons
First school opens at Alconbury – Ermine Street Church Academy
Urban&Civic acquires one-third interest in Wintringham from Nuffield Trust
First house sold at Alconbury Weald – Hopkins Homes
Urban&Civic plc’s Stock Exchange Listing, £170 million placing and takeover of Terrace Hill
Urban&Civic acquires 50% of RadioStation Rugby from BT
Alconbury Weald – resolution to grant outline consent
Alconbury receives Enterprise Zone designation
Formation (backed by Gi Partners private equity) and Urban&Civic's first acquisition – Alconbury