Mission Street Ltd


26-27 Bedford Square


Mission Street is a growing UK property development company with a focus on the Knowledge Economy.  We believe sustained economic prosperity will be underpinned by growth in scientific and emergent technology industries across the country.  Our mission is to create places where creative and innovative people can come together to live, work and play – activities that are becoming increasingly interlinked.  

As a mixed-use developer, we are actively delivering both highly technical schemes including laboratory and research space, and more traditional workspace, hospitality and residential schemes in locations anchored by a strong innovation sector. The company’s approach is therefore to develop real estate that is exciting, affordable and able to satisfy tenants’ technical and operational requirements.   

Whilst the company acquires development opportunities with established financial backers, Mission Street specialises in partnering with owner-occupiers, landowners and investors to creatively maximise the value of their real estate. We do this by customising collaborative joint ventures around each partner’s needs (operational strategy of wider business, capital structure, return requirements) and the specifics of the project.  Our role ranges from being the majority investor in a JV structure, to being a trusted delivery partner in a development management capacity.  


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