Stakeholders & Partnerships

In delivering on our purpose we aim to create value for all our stakeholders.

Whether we're delivering high-quality homes for our customers; investing in new, flourishing communities; working with our supply chain and partners; or investing in our people, we're consistently delivering for our stakeholders.

Delivering for all

Making informed decisions at every level

Underpinning our strategy and everyday business delivery is a fundamental understanding of our stakeholders. Working with our partners, we can positively influence communities, the economy and society at large.

“Understanding and working effectively for stakeholders is the bedrock of any successful, responsible company. St. Modwen benefits from a rich universe of people and organisations, and the Board strongly believes in considering, consulting and collaborating to deliver positive outcomes for all.”

Strategy in action

Kingsgrove, Wantage

Working closely with a landowner and with support from local authorities, we are delivering a new settlement of homes, open spaces, a school and other conveniences, all with community at the heart.

Key Stakeholder Groups

Here are some examples of key stakeholder groups, how we consider them and their direct influence on Board decision making.

Why?

In order to be successful, together with our clear purpose and strategy, we need engaged people, with the right skills and motivation. To remain engaged, the Board ensures the organisation adopts a positive, supportive culture, driven by strong values, which can be felt on any encounter with any member of St. Modwen.

Why?

Consideration of our customers and the experience they have with St. Modwen is paramount to our ongoing success. This not only means customers of St. Modwen Homes but more widely the Board will be focusing on the universe of business customers, including those who occupy our industrial and logistics properties or homeowners within one of our master-developed residential sites.

Why?

We are committed to the care and stewardship of the communities and environments we regenerate and build. Our business units are embedded in their markets and local areas, and we work hard to build and maintain positive relationships with communities. Our role further benefits society by acting as a catalyst for economic growth and inward investment in the areas where we operate.

Why?

Understanding near-term or emerging changes in laws, regulation and guidance – at a local as well as a national or European level – is important for the Board. The Company stays abreast of any changes in the landscape but has chosen not to take proactive action to influence these stakeholders. Members of the wider business will of course have local and regional relationships which are held directly by them and support our activities.

Why?

From joint venture partners to aligned local authorities, working well with these stakeholders is critical to project success. Especially important when delivering a long-term scheme, the Company takes pride in forging effective relationships that deliver shared outcomes.

Why?

The Company engages with regulators as required but also proactively considers likely forthcoming and longer-term requirements that may influence the company.

Why?

St. Modwen is only able to deliver well with the support of an effective supply chain. Such relationships help to underpin central operations as well as business unit delivery.

Why?

The Board strongly considers its shareholders in the pursuit of the Company’s development. This includes smaller as well as larger investors.

Featured Partners

Homes England

Enabling infrastructure and boosting housebuilding delivery.

Home Builders Federation

Supporting best practice in housebuilding and customer service.

Considerate Constructors

Raising standards in the construction industry.

Business in the Community

Sharing a joint ambition for responsible business.

RoSPA

Supporting and recognising our award-winning H&S standards.

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Partnering to deliver industrial and logistics opportunities.

Women into Construction

Promoting gender equality in construction.

Burton & South Derbyshire College

Partnering to educate the next generation of skilled workers.

Industrial Agents Society

Recognising our success as a leading industrial and logistics developer.

Armed Forces Covenant

Creating opportunities for former military personnel.

Swansea University

Delivering a new campus through transformational regeneration.

North Kesteven District Council

Supporting growth through industrial and logistics opportunities in Lincoln.

Ahead Partnership

Supporting education initiatives in our communities.

West Midlands Combined Authority

Creating apprenticeship opportunities through the Levy Transfer Fund.

Brook Graham

Supporting diversity and inclusion policy and initiatives.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

Creating employment opportunities in Basingstoke.

OpenLand

Celebrating the contribution of LGBTQ+ people in property.

Covent Garden Market Authority

Partnering to transform New Covent Garden Market for the future.