Get Living is the pioneer of the build-to-rent sector as we know it, having taken the former Athletes’ Village of the London 2012 Olympics and launched East Village, the UK’s first large scale rental neighbourhood.

Today, Get Living operates close to 4,000 build-to-rent homes in three locations – East Village and Elephant Central in London and New Maker Yards in Manchester.

Our award-winning neighbourhoods are coming to even more cities and towns across the UK. Learn more about which locations Get Living will pop-up in next and register your interest to be one of the first to view our newest homes.


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The Filigree, Lewisham

The Filigree, Lewisham will mark Get Living’s third neighbourhood in London. It will bring 649 homes for rent including Get Living’s first co-living homes. Current and future residents of Lewisham can look forward to a new destination with a mix of retail, leisure and food and beverage.

Homes in Lewisham will be available to rent in summer 2024.

Find out more about The Filigree, Lewisham.

One Maidenhead

One Maidenhead in Berkshire is Get Living’s first development outside of a major city and is providing 429 new homes to rent. Working with developer HUB, it is set to revitalise central Maidenhead with office, retail and leisure spaces as well as an extensive public realm including a garden square.

The development in Maidenhead completed in April 2024.

Find out more about One Maidenhead.


Set to be Get Living’s second suburban neighbourhood, our Leatherhead site will bring 214 sustainably designed homes with resident amenities to the Surrey town. The homes will be surrounded by green space next to the River Mole Nature Reserve and Leatherhead Park.

The build-to-rent neighbourhood in Leatherhead is expected to be complete in late 2024.

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Our Birmingham neighbourhood will bring 551 homes to rent as well as 47 affordable homes on Sherlock Street in Birmingham. Residents will have access to social lounges, a gym and co-working space in a double-height sky lounge. There will be a new pedestrianised public square connecting the city centre to the wider Rea Valley Urban Quarter.

The first phase of Get Living’s Birmingham neighbourhood is set to complete in summer 2024 with the final phase of the development expected to be complete in 2025.

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Elephant & Castle Town Centre

Elephant & Castle town centre is one of London’s most significant redevelopment projects, which will deliver a transformed environment for residents, shoppers, and retailers. The former shopping centre site will see 485 homes delivered to rent (313 market rent and 172 affordable rent) alongside 135,000 sq ft of shops, restaurants and leisure space, 55,000 sq ft of workspace.

The scheme will also provide a new university campus for London College of Communication, UAL and a new Tube station entrance and ticket hall, plus a high-quality public realm.

This second phase Elephant & Castle town centre is set to be complete early 2026. A further 498 new homes as well as a 500-person capacity cultural venue is set to be delivered in a third and final phase.

CGI of Leeds canalside showing people walking and riding their bikes with apartment blocks in the background


Our future Leeds development is set to transform Globe Road in the South Bank area of the city. The development plan includes 780 homes to rent with studios, one, two and three bedroom homes as well as family townhouses. There will be a hub overlooking the canal with a range of amenities and retail spaces.

CGI of planned Glasgow apartment blocks with trees and greenery below


With plans for 1,500 new homes in Scotland’s ‘second’ city, Get Living’s development in Glasgow will offer a mix of rental homes and student accommodation. Located behind High Street rail station, there will also be a new public square, commercial spaces and tree-lined routes connecting Merchant City to the East End of Glasgow.

Current Get Living Neighbourhoods

While you wait for our new locations, explore our operational neighbourhoods in London and Manchester.