Rachel Miller has been appointed by Housing Growth Partnership (HGP) to a newly created Investment Director role. She is responsible for accelerating growth by transacting larger equity investments in residential developments across the UK.

Previously Head of New Investment at Grosvenor, her appointment marks a step change in the ambitions of HGP, with significant additional funding recently announced and a remit covering developments up to £75 million and the full range of residential sectors, including BTR, retirement, affordable and regeneration.

She comments: “It’s an exciting time to be joining HGP following the recent announcement of a new £300 million equity commitment to joint ventures with housebuilders and developers.”

“There is a clear need for more housing in this country, and everyone should be able to access good quality, secure and well-managed properties through a range of ownership and rental options. Whether that be a suburban house with a garden, or a city-centre retirement development.”

“My background working in complex and historic areas of London has given me an appreciation of creating places which retain their desirability for the long term and which are flexible enough to respond to change. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to partner with those developers who share our ambition to create homes which are sustainable positive additions to existing places and communities.”

Rachel’s previous roles have seen her as Head of Strategy for Grosvenor and consulting for Matter Real Estate.

Rachel is a Chartered Surveyor with degrees from Cambridge and Reading Universities and she sits on the Board of Soho Housing.
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