Meet our creators

Nationwide Building Society

Making sure everyone has a place fit to call home has always been Nationwide’s mission. And that’s why it set out to design and fund a not-for-profit development of quality, sustainable homes with a focus on community.

By bringing expert partners together, trialling new approaches to community involvement and building processes, Nationwide is committed to creating homes that people want and are good for the planet. Read more about our Oakfield story. 

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Igloo

Igloo, a certified B-Corp, is the UK's responsible property developer, focused on creating positiive social and enviromental impact for people, place and planet. They've been part of the team for more than five years, guiding the development process.

Take a look at some of their other award winning developments.

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Mi-space

Mi-space, part of the Midas Group, is the construction partner for the scheme and is responsible for all of the building works in Oakfield. 

With a history of working on projects to create new communities that work well now and in the future, they’re working with us to build a quality, sustainable development that will serve the community and the local area for years to come.

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GreenSquareAccord

GreenSquareAccord is our affordable housing partner. The team is passionate about being a brilliant landlord and providing homes for those who can't afford to meet their housing needs in the open market.

71 Oakfield homes will be available through affordable rent and shared ownership, so more single people, couples and families in Swindon will be able to live in a home they can afford.

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Swindon Borough Council

Swindon Borough Council has set a priority to improve infrastructure and housing to support a growing, low-carbon economy. One of the ways they’re doing that is by working with us to rejuvenate the former Oakfield campus, a brownfield site that has been empty for a number of years.  

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