Cambridge Ahead adds Pigeon to its membership


Pigeon Investment Management Ltd has joined Cambridge Ahead, taking the membership total to 35 Full Member organisations.


Cambridge Ahead is delighted to announce yet another addition to its Membership. Pigeon is a property company operating in the East and South East of England to create value for shareholders and investors from the promotion of land for development, investment in commercial property and other property-related opportunities. The company manages commercial and residential property investments with a projected end value of over £250m on behalf of its investors. Pigeon is currently promoting land for over 14,000 dwellings predominantly in Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hampshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, and is adding to its land bank month-by-month. The firm is led by Executive Chairman, James Buxton.

Jane Paterson-Todd, Cambridge Ahead CEO, said, “I would like to welcome James and his colleagues at Pigeon to our membership. Their management team has extensive knowledge of the regional property market and their strong combination of business and property skills will benefit CA hugely in the future, not least in developing our growth agenda”.

The Cambridge Ahead Membership includes a wide range of Cambridge organisations including ARM, AstraZeneca, Barclays, Cambridge University Hospitals, Domino Printing Sciences, Marshall of Cambridge, Mills & Reeve, Jagex, Redgate, PwC, University of Cambridge, and our most recent members, Hill and Gonville Hotels. The Membership represents a working population of over 36,000 people in Cambridge and a turnover of over £5 billion. Find out more about becoming a Member.



Cambridge Ahead is a business and academic member group dedicated to the successful growth of Cambridge and its region in the long term. We aim to represent the city’s business community by offering soundly-based opinion and advice to local and national governments about the opportunities and needs of the region.

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