Together, we’re curing the UK’s housing and healthcare crisis.

We align the needs of investors, government and everyday people, to create affordable, secure communities.

Creating value,
changing lives.

We believe that everyone should have healthy, wealthy, happy lives in the comfort of their own home and community.

Our mission is to create affordable communities for key workers, first-time buyers and elderly residents and to deliver long-term prosperity for all.

One home, one community, one county at a time we are making a difference.

The creation of long-term value is at the heart of everything we do.

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Available for download now, read first hand about the struggles we’ve helped resolve, the happiness we’ve delivered – and the feedback we’ve received that re-affirms everything we strive for.

We’re immensely proud of what we do – and of the difference we’ve made to our customer’s lives.  Download The AHH Way today and find out for yourself.

Providing homes and care to meet growing demand.

Retirement Living

Our rapidly ageing population is driving the need for affordable, age-friendly housing and financial solutions that unlock equity in a fair manner.

We give older people complete peace of mind, helping them to live independently in the comfort and security of their own homes.

Elderly Care Homes

Care home capacity is decreasing, despite the rising demand for residential, nursing and specialist dementia care.

We build modern purpose-built care environments and provide person-centred care, ensuring our residents’ are comfortable, safe and happy.

Key Worker Housing

The supply of affordable, aspirational housing and communities is failing to meet demand in fundamental sectors of society.

We believe it is vital that those who provide vital services for our community have access to desirable homes and rewarding amenities.

Latest Stories

Russell, 71, and Kim Wicks, 62, purchased a share of an apartment in Monterey after moving from their three-bedroom bungalow. They were keen to start their new life in our thriving Christchurch community but were unable to sell their existing home, until we stepped in......

The first of its kind in the UK, this joint venture was created to secure NHS services on Christchurch Hospital’s site including a GP surgery, pharmacy, X-ray department, and community clinics. An 80-bed purpose-built, state-of-the-art care home – and 35 senior living apartments were also......

Jackie, 76, and Graham Ree, 81, purchased a share of an apartment in Esprit in September 2020. They moved with the help of the Platinum Skies shared ownership scheme, which has enabled them to live a new happy, healthy, and affordable life where they can......

We maximise the value of government assets.

We form equitable partnerships with NHS Trusts and Local Authorities to redevelop their surplus land for new homes and healthcare facilities.

We guarantee the value of the land and protect our partners from all of the risk and cost of development.

The partnership shares the profits and retains long-term ownership of the land and property assets.

This is a viable route for government bodies to secure capital for the provision of new facilities and to enhance reserve funding.

We’re recognised for our values.

AHH’s retirement living operator Platinum Skies is a Registered Provider regulated and registered with Homes England (No. 4836).

AHH is a Joint Venture Partner with University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust.

AHH’s elderly care provider Encore Care Homes Ltd manages the operations of CQC regulated care homes.

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Lord Stanley Fink

“AHH aligns investment and government need to provide a cure to the affordable housing and healthcare challenge.

This alternative approach delivers viable solutions today and for future generations.

Delivering great value for
everyone, forever.

The elderly have financial freedom and age-friendly homes with care and support.

Communities have affordable housing solutions with an experienced long-term property partner.

The strain on NHS and Local Authority health and social care services is reduced.

Government bodies realise the maximum value of their surplus land assets without selling them off.

Investment is socially responsible, secured against asset values and government-backed covenants.