Our towns and neighbourhoods are distinct in character but united in purpose: to help everyone to flourish at home.
A new approach
Built around the lifestyles and challenges of today, our revolutionary platform of design, delivery and stewardship is an entirely new approach to creating places.
Picking our locations
We select locations that offer the joys of country living — such as fresh air and an abundance of nature — while remaining an easy, sustainable journey away from key urban hubs.
Our architects and designers conceive and design places from first principles. Taking this holistic approach to placemaking enables us to integrate next level infrastructure into our neighbourhoods. From community-wide energy grids to exemplary health and education facilities, every decision is guided by one bigger vision for the place.
Opening the door to better living
LIVE, WORK, PLAY
A place to belong
Our neighbourhoods are designed to bring people together through shared activities, resources and a community diary accessible and curated through the Latis Town Hall app. Whether it’s allotments, local farmers markets or group activities – the diverse range of opportunity will help you to connect with your community and beyond.
Living with nature
Well-connected open green environments and blue spaces integrate the countryside into daily life. Informal and formal recreation is supported through sports clubs, facilities, extensive country parks and children’s play areas promote outside learning.
All on your doorstep
By taking a short walk or bike ride from your front door you will find parks, cafés, fitness facilities, health centres, schools and even workplaces — fulfilling all essential needs. Providing everything to live, work and play at the place you call home improves wellbeing and slashes pollution.
Zero carbon living solutions
E-scooter and cycle schemes
Electronic automated transport shuttles
Electric car charging points
Site-wide cycle, scooter, walking and skate paths
Solar PVs and roof tiles for powering and heating homes
Sites are powered by renewable energy
Batteries for storing surplus energy
Up to 70% of homes built with MMC for increased energy efficient
Up to 70% of homes built with MMC, drastically reducing construction waste
Water bottle refill stations installed to prevent plastic bottle consumption
Packaging to be compostable, biodegradable or recyclable
Easy separation of organic compostable waste and non-organic recyclable waste
FSC certified timber used for home construction
Natural materials used where possible, to lower VOC content
Materials Passports to help with future material reuse, recycling and adaptation
Local materials used where possible, to lower carbon footprint of transport