The Guinness Partnership invests tens of millions of pounds on it’s estates every year.

With this constant investment, we always aim to improve our estates and where possible (after resident consultations and feedback) look to regenerate existing ones, providing more homes to those who need them. This is one of the many ways we play our part in tackling the country’s housing crisis.

Recently, we’ve been regenerating some of our estates, as well as currently bringing forward regeneration proposals on future estates, such as:


  • Loughborough Park, Lambeth

    The £113 million regeneration of Loughborough Park has seen us provide 487 new homes for social rent, affordable rent and shared ownership.

  • Delaney Heights, Salford

    This £9 million project transformed a former student accommodation block into 119 affordable rent homes – including specially adapted apartments on the ground floor for those with disabilities.

  • Adelphi Court, Salford

    In 2019 we completed the work to overhaul and improve the whole building – and provide a mix of 112 one or two bedroom affordable apartments in Salford, Greater Manchester.

  • Northwold, Hackney

    To help address the shortage of affordable housing in London we’re drawing up some proposals to develop additional homes on our estate at Northwold in Hackney, which was originally built in the 1960s.