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A broad mix of sectors.

We currently have 190,000 sq ft of commercial space under construction, and we have completed over 250 residential homes, plus two care-home sites in the planning process. Our residential strategy has a current forecast GDV of £165m.

Our Growth Fund III is divesting, whilst Growth Fund IV business plans are currently being worked through for its seven remaining assets. We have recently launched Growth Fund V, with a target equity raise of raising £50-60m.

We have a strong pipeline of further opportunities.

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Edinburgh - residential

Barwood's first residential site in Scotland was acquired by BRIP 10 in April 2024. The proposed scheme comprises of 11 apartments on a .17 acre site located on Eyre Place, between the historic Georgian New Town, the highly desirable area of Stockbridge and on the periphery of Canonmills, an up-and-coming area in Edinburgh. 


Lymington - residential

BRIP 9 & 10 acquired a 5.94 site in Sway, Lymington in March 2024. The Site benefits from full planning permission for 46 new homes, of which 23 will be affordable. Sway is a small, yet vibrant village nestled on the southern edge of the New Forest National Park, just four miles from the Georgian town of Lymington and the Solent coastline, and five minutes’ drive west of Brockenhurst – one of the most popular villages in the New Forest area.


Essex - residential

In October 2024, BRIP 9 aquired this site in Warley, a suburb of Brentwood in Essex, with full planning permission for nine open market homes. The proposed development will provide nine new homes ranging from 2-bed semi-detached houses to 4-bed detached houses.


Kent - residential

This 1.2 acre site in Biddenden, Kent was secured by BRIP 8 & 9. The Site benefits from full planning permission for six high specification new build open market residential dwellings. The scheme is a gated development comprising six dwellings ranging between 3-5 bedrooms, situated around a central courtyard.


Hampshire - residential

BRIP 8 aquired this site in Winchester in August 2023, which has full planning permission for four pairs of semi-detached houses. Winchester is frequently recognised as one of the best places to live in the UK and was included in the Sunday Times’ list in 2021.


Glasgow - commercial

Urban Industrial Income LP, a vehicle managed by BCCIM which is a Joint Venture between Barwood Capital and Caisson Investment Management, purchased this 59,811 sq ft unit in June 2023. The unit is located in an established industrial market and provides good opportunities to add value through proactive asset management.


Suffolk - residential

BRIP 7 & 8 have aquired a 3.23 acre site in Fressingfield, Mid-Suffolk. The site has full planning permission for the development of 28 dwellings of which 19 are open market dwellings and 9 are affordable flats and houses.


Gloucestershire - residential

BRIP 7 acquired this 0.95 acres site in January 2023. The site, which is located just outside of the bustling village of Winchcombe, will provide six detached open market houses. The site currently forms part of a farm and consists of an underutilised field and a series of redundant agricultural buildings. It has full planning permission for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of six dwellings.


Devon - residential

BRIP 7 acquired this site on the north western edge of Salcombe in December 2022. Salcombe is a popular resort town located at the mouth of the Kingsbridge Estuary and within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site will comprise of 17 houses and four apartments, of which three houses and four apartments will be affordable.



Worcester Park

Surrey - residential

This site was aquired in November 2022, with planning permission to build nine open market homes. This project will be a co-invest between BRIP 6 and BRIP 7.  The site is located in southwest London in the town of Worcester Park which lies in the boroughs of Sutton and Kingston, and partly in the Surrey borough of Epsom and Ewell.