PGIM Real Estate launches UK affordable housing fund

Holly Roach
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PGIM Real Estate has launched a UK affordable housing fund, after raising initial capital of £190m from Northern LGPS and Brunel Pension Partnership.

The fund, set up by PGIM's real estate investment and financing business, plans to invest in and develop affordable homes for working people and families across the country. It targets a total r...

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