There are a number of crucial learnings and recommendations apparent to ensure meaningful movement towards better, more equal outcomes across the country.
Our Investments: Kao Data
We’ve invested into Kao Data, a state-of-the-art data centre platform that services businesses along the London to Cambridge corridor. This corridor is the fastest growing economic region in the country and a specialist area for life sciences laboratories, pharmaceutical multinationals, scientific research institutes and AI start-ups.
Our Investments: Sero Technology
If the target of net zero emissions by 2050 is to be met, green tech will have a crucial role to play. That’s why Legal & General made a multimillion-pound investment in Sero Technologies, whose digital tools help landlords, mortgage lenders and housebuilders plot a path to net zero for their homes.
Our Investments: Bruntwood SciTech
Bruntwood SciTech, the UK’s leading specialist property provider, was founded by Legal & General and Bruntwood in 2018 to support the growth of the life science and tech sectors. In 2023, it secured £500 million of additional investment and welcomed the UK’s largest local authority pension fund, Greater Manchester Pension Fund (GMPF), to expand the partnership.
Our Investments: Cardiff Central Square Regeneration
Legal & General’s landmark £450m Cardiff Central Square regeneration is the largest privately funded regeneration scheme in Wales providing a new bus station, a government hub which is home to 4,000 public servants, 318 Build to Rent apartments and much needed new office space for the city, including a new BBC Wales HQ.
Our Investments: Newcastle Helix
Newcastle Helix has brought together a community of academics, industry leaders, businesses and world-class researchers, creating knowledge-based jobs for future generations, and delivering 450 new homes for the local community.
Our Investments: West Midlands Combined Authority Partnership
In 2022 we signed a partnership agreement with West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Mayor, Andy Street, committing to invest £4billion in regeneration, housing and levelling up across the West Midlands.