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ABOUT US

Established in 1935 and with headquarters in the centre of Cambridge, the Howard Group is a leading regional property investor and developer. The Group also provides growth capital funding, strategic and management support to mid-sized businesses across a diverse range of sectors.

PROPERTY

The Howard Group has 80 years’ experience in the property sector. Today the Group holds some £100m of commercial property, predominantly in London and the East of England. It also has a £150m development pipeline, making it one of the Country’s pre-eminent privately owned regional developers.

CAPITAL

The Group is an experienced investor in companies across a broad range of sectors. It invests Howard Family equity in mid-sized established and profitable businesses that possess strong, dynamic management teams and show promising growth potential.

CASE STUDIES

NEWS

  • THE HIVE HAS LANDED

    Our new magazine has landed and you are seconds away from reading the latest industry insight and comment from the heart of Howard Group. “The Hive” reflects our commitment as a group to hard work, integrity, collaborative working, single mindedness and strong family values. This first issue addresses the politics involved in the growth of […]
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  • ST JOHN’S RETAIL PARK SOLD IN £32m DEAL

    In its biggest deal to date, Howard Group has sold St John’s in Bedford, one of the region’s largest bulky goods retail parks and a long-standing asset of the company, to Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust (SREIT) in a transaction worth £31.8m. The 130,000 sq ft estate, which opened as a retail park in 1989, […]
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  • BIOMED CLUSTER CREDENTIALS ENHANCED AT ICONIX PARK

    A significant deal has been completed with Transforming Pathology Partnership (TPP), which takes Iconix One to full occupancy and further enhances the BioMed community in Sawston. The 4,000 sq.ft of Grade A space on the ground floor will be home to more than 30 members of staff who will manage the pathology services across six NHS […]
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