1,500 new homes
A 10 year programme of development and regeneration activity.

Sigma Capital Group plc

The partnership is a city-wide agreement where the Council at its discretion can put sites into the partnership for re-development. The partnership currently has Options over some 63 acres of development land.

Liverpool Regeneration

Sigma formed the LLP, Regeneration Liverpool, in 2007 in response to the Council's OJEU competition to find a long term development and regeneration partner. The partnership is a city-wide agreement where the Council, has at its discretion,  put sites into the partnership for re-development. The partnership currently has Options over some 60 acres of development land which we are in the process of delivering. The opportunities range from major city centre re-development to sub-urban residential - all reflecting the city's Mayoral priorities.

We currently have two  JV's with Countryside Properties PLC for residential development and Neptune Developments for commercial developments  to accelerate development across the city.

  • 10 Year programme of development and regeneration activity
  • £120m of development opportunities currently identified for delivery over the next 3-5 years
  • Plan for 1500 new homes in initial 5 years.  600+ already built or on site.
  • New education and health facilities
  • Local training, apprenticeships and jobs programmes

In addition to the Partnership projects, Sigma is also directly developing land for its PRS funds and will continue to look for further PRS opportunities out with the Partnership structure.

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Principal Contact

Graeme Hogg

Graeme Hogg
Chief Operating Officer

Graeme has worked in the property and property finance sector since graduating in 1988. He has worked on major commercial and residential development projects and has 7 years of international experience in the development and fund management arenas, latterly being country Director for Nomura Bank's investment partner in Moscow. Graeme was co-founder of Inpartnership with Duncan Sutherland in late 2000 and was instrumental in the creation of 3 nationally recognised regeneration partnerships up to 2007. Graeme fronted the shareholder negotiations and investment with West Coast Capital in 2007 and the sale of Inpartnership to Sigma in 2011. Graeme was appointed onto the main Sigma Board as Partnership Director in June 2012.

Graeme has an Honours degree in Civil Engineering and a post graduate Diploma in Property Investment.

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