The fund had three aims
- house vulnerable individuals and families who are in disruptive temporary accommodation
- save the local authorities the high cost of this temporary housing fix
- generate a return for investors who wanted to solve the problem and invest in London real estate.
What We Did
Integrated a low cost, tech savvy acquisition process for use by in-house, contract and remote workers.
Embedded team partnership across multiple fund partners all of whom had varying styles and requirements.
Implemented processes to ensure each party was fulfilling the fund's broad financial and ESG intentions.
Wrote documentation to integrate longer term thinking in to the acquisition and refurbishment process.
Provided knowledge and thinking for the capital raising process.
How They Benefited
The Fund went from £10M to £57M and became not only the largest ever UK social impact fund but the only one to win sustainable and mainstream investment awards.
2015 MIPIM Best PRS Initiative - Winner
2015 RESI Awards - Best Newcomer Winner
2014 Cabinet Office Social Investment Awards - Runner Up
2013 Social Enterprise UK Awards - Highly Commended
2013 The Sustainable City Awards - Highly Commended
After a successful advisory process, John Featherby (Shoremount Founder) was invited to sit on the Investment Committee.