About us

Grosvenor is an international organisation whose activities span urban property, food and agtech, rural estate management and support for philanthropic initiatives. 

We develop, manage and invest to improve property and places across many of the world’s leading cities. In the food and agtech sector, our growing investment portfolio includes some of the industry’s most innovative businesses working towards a better food system. We manage rural estates and their environmentally sensitive habitats, while supporting charitable initiatives targeted at vulnerable young people. 

We are a values-led organisation which represents the Grosvenor family and shares a common purpose - to deliver lasting commercial, social and environmental benefit - addressing today’s needs while taking responsibility for those of future generations.  

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Urban Property

We are an international property developer, manager and investor with a track record of over 340 years. 

We invest directly in the UK and North America and back local likeminded property investment partners globally. 

Improving property and places across many of the world’s leading cities, we promote sustainability within the built environment, enhancing the wellbeing of customers and communities.

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Food & AgTech

Grosvenor Food & AgTech (previously known as Wheatsheaf Group) is an international investor in food and agriculture businesses. 

Our purpose is to rethink and re-shape how food is grown, produced, distributed and consumed, partnering with like-minded people to understand the complex interconnectedness of our agricultural ecosystem and manage its effects to enhance human health, our environment and enable producers to thrive. 

One of the largest and longest established investment teams in the sector, we adopt a far-sighted perspective with the aim of developing innovative business models and to harness the insights and power of technology to identify, develop and scale up lasting solutions. 

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Rural Estate Management

Grosvenor Rural Estates is responsible for the long-term stewardship of three rural estates in the United Kingdom. 

Working to protect, enhance, and restore sensitive environmental habitats within these unique locations and improving local property and places, our aim is to be a leading example of sustainability within the rural economy - contributing to the economic, social, and environmental wellbeing of the communities we are part of. 

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The Westminster Foundation

The Westminster Foundation is an independent organisation representing the charitable activity of the Duke of Westminster and Grosvenor businesses, that provides long term sustainable help and direction to vulnerable young lives. 

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Our history

The Grosvenor family ancestry can be traced back almost 1,000 years, while its association with London property began over 340 years ago - in 1677 - when land to the west of the City of London came into the family following the marriage of Sir Thomas Grosvenor to Mary Davies.

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Our purpose & values

A clear purpose, underpinned by longstanding values is what gives us the focus to address today’s needs, while taking responsibility for those of future generations.

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How we work

As we strive to uphold the highest standards of conduct in all of our activities, our longstanding values of integrity, respect and trust stand as the hallmarks of everything we do.

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Our people 

Grosvenor brings together people from different backgrounds and professional disciplines, working, throughout the world, to a common purpose and shared values.

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Our performance

Find out more from our latest  Annual Review how our activities delivered commercial, social and environmental benefit.

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Our impact

Our activities demand a deep understanding of the cities and rural communities in which we operate and of the complex interconnectedness of the food system we aspire to help improve.

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