Founded in 1993, Enterprise Heritage concentrates on the conservation and restoration of historic buildings and several of its projects have won awards during the last decade. Its conversion schemes preserve yesterday's heritage and character in homes designed for today's busy lifestyles.
Enterprise Urban was an inevitable product of Enterprise Heritage’s success. The company focuses on the renewal of urban areas through the renovation of disused buildings and new-build properties on neglected sites. Its projects include mixed-use schemes, providing contemporary homes alongside office, retail and leisure areas, and luxury apartments just minutes from the heart of city life.
The latest addition to the Enterprise brand is Enterprise Retirement Living. This company provides reassuring quality and lifestyle in luxurious apartments and houses, purpose-built for the older generation in their retirement years. The properties benefit from a high specification and exclusive communal facilities in serene garden settings. Care and support services are available, if required, the level of which can be personally tailored to people’s needs, allowing discerning purchasers to live the life they deserve.
Sharing the same team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals, the two companies now operate in tandem. However, by giving the old and the new their separate identities, the Enterprise brand is proud to keep a foot in the past, whilst moving confidently into the future.
Meet the team >
ONLY THREE REMAINING
After another reservation at The Livermores in Great Dunmow, only three ...
All the properties at Seaby's Yard, a small exclusive development of ...
SECOND DEVELOPMENT IN PARKSIDE, CAMBRIDGE, COMPLETE
Parkside is a wide, tree-lined street along the north side of ...
DEVELOPMENT PRESERVES LOCAL NAME
The Livermores in Great Dunmow was named after a prominent local ...
PHASE 2 OF RETIREMENT VILLAGE COMMENCED
Work has begun on Phase 2 of Boughton Hall, our beautiful ...
NEW LEASE OF LIFE FOR OLD COUNCIL OFFICES
Work has commenced on the conversion of the former Council offices ...
Subscribe via RSS
[What is RSS and how do I use it?]