What we do
Pinnacle provides people-first services across a range of community-facing assets and infrastructure – including multi-tenure housing, schools, open spaces, public buildings, utilities and broadband networks – as well as a range of complementary employment and wellbeing outcomes.
On behalf of the public sector, institutional investors, registered housing providers and private sector partners, we deliver tailored solutions that are not just comprehensive and integrated, but also create long-term value within the communities we serve.
“At the heart of what we do is community stewardship – this means adopting an integrated, long-term approach to service provision, delivery of infrastructure and placemaking in partnership with local stakeholders to provide places where people want to live and thrive.”
– Peregrine Lloyd, Group Chief Executive
Pinnacle Group in Numbers
years as a trusted delivery partner for Local Authorities
directly employed members of staff
delivery locations nationwide
mixed tenure homes under management
homes provided with neighbourhood services
schools, academies and universities receiving integrated FM services
people helped back into employment
calls handled annually by our 24/7 contact centre
At Pinnacle we care deeply about our purpose of transforming communities, changing lives. Each day our teams go above and beyond to protect our planet, care for our people, have a positive impact in the community and deliver our services in a responsible and ethical manner.
We are proud to be advocates for those who protect our nation and to support the wider Armed Forces Community. Our Armed Forces Network is a business-wide community of colleagues which seeks to inform our strategy and direction across all parts of our business.
Proud sponsor of the British Army’s team racing across the Atlantic Ocean in aid of the Royal British Legion
We are pleased to demonstrate our loyalty to the British Army and the Royal British Legion (RBL) by sponsoring a team to row across the Atlantic Ocean in the 2021 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. Billed as the “World’s toughest row”, the crew will be rowing 3,000 miles over six weeks in a 8.5m long rowing boat.