Development Management.

Ethos has an impressive track record of delivering complex large scale projects across the UK on behalf of our clients. This has ranged from traditional retail, office and residential developments to niche sector developments including student housing accommodation and a co-working office concept.

Site Identification.

Ethos have a track record of successfully identifying sites across the UK for our clients. This is achieved through a network of contacts built up over many years. As part of this process we undertake significant due diligence procedures to ensure clients can give full consideration to each opportunity.

Strategic Planning.

Ethos has in-house experience in dealing with complicated planning matters as well as fostering relationships with specialist planning consultancies who can provide niche sector expertise when required. We have an excellent track record of securing consent for, and delivering complex residential and commercial schemes across the UK.

Project Management.

Ethos has numerous ongoing projects across the UK. We build strong relationships with contractors and specialist external consultants, enabling us to successfully manage large scale developments.


Ethos has proven success in delivering projects across many sectors. Most recently this has included substantial student housing schemes and co-working office concept.

Flexible Office Space.

Ship Street, Brighton

Ethos is currently involved in an exciting new co-working office concept set to launch in Brighton in 2018. This dynamic sector is seen by many as the future of employment space, and our client is set to deliver a level of quality and service that is not currently available in the Brighton office market.

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Luxury Student Housing.

The Neighbourhood

Ethos act as development managers for The Neighbourhood, who are a high-end student housing operator. Ethos has been involved from the very beginning, having found The Neighbourhood’s first site in City Road, Cardiff, in 2015.

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