Welcome to Peabody

Peabody is a large property developer located in the heart of London creating great places where people want to live.

Our ambitious house building programme aims to provide thousands of high quality new homes for private sale, Shared Ownership and social rent.

London has been our home for over 150 years. Make it yours.

Private Sale

Peabody builds architecturally intelligent and beautifully designed homes with impressive specifications on the open market.

Shared Ownership

Shared Ownership is a part buy/part rent scheme, designed as a stepping stone for first time buyers looking get on the property ladder.

Help to Buy

Help to Buy is a Government backed scheme that assists first time buyers with an equity loan of up to 40% of the property purchase price.


Peabody develop in high value areas close to transport links and local amenities, offering fantastic buy to let opportunities to investors.


Buying through Shared Ownership with Peabody will make you a leaseholder. Read more about what it means to be a leaseholder.

About Us

Peabody has over 150 years of history, experience and expertise. With over 55,000 homes, we are one of the largest housing providers in London and the south-east.

18 Jan 2019

Can I Buy Shared Ownership Outright?

The share percentage you can purchase will be determined by the Mortgage Advisor once a financial assessment has been completed, but must be between 30% and 75% initially with the ability to 'staircase' up to 100%.

15 Jan 2019

Understanding your Shared Ownership Lease

The Lease will contain all of the information you will need relating to the "do’s and don'ts , "can’s and cant’s" that may affect your lifestyle choices once you move in to your new home. We asked one of Peabody’s panel solicitors to help explain your Shared Ownership lease as a first time buyer.

03 Jan 2019

Why Was Your Shared Ownership Application Unsuccessful?

You think that you have done everything right yet your Shared Ownership application failed to go through? What on earth could have gone wrong? In this article we explain common pitfalls when applying for Shared Ownership homes.