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Live Investment Opportunity


EIS Eligible Investment Opportunity
Modular housing manufacturer on a mission to transform the delivery of newbuild affordable housing.

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Accelerating the delivery of high-quality affordable housing.

CoreHaus applies known, tried and tested construction methodology intelligently and ingeniously to meet the growing demand for offsite manufactured housing solutions.

The company's Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) manufacturing principles are based on ground and first floor standardised ‘modular cores’ which house a pre-finished kitchen, staircase, WC, bathroom, central heating and electrical control systems. Roof ‘core’ units are also available for additional bedroom suites and ground floor extension units if required.

As a result, 80% of commonly-problematic construction processes are taken care of offsite with up to 50% reduction in the onsite construction programme.

The Board

The Founders and Directors bring a wealth of experience and knowledge

The team has a demonstrable track record of starting up and scaling businesses. Collectively, the team has over 80 years of experience in housing, regeneration, procurement, finance and modern methods of construction.

Craig Peterson Founder & Non Executive Director
Norman Peterson Founder & Non Executive Director
Dave Neilson Founder & Non Executive Director
John Beckford Chairman & Non Executive Director

The Executive Team

Executive Team with a proven track record

CoreHaus is driven by a team of experienced construction, manufacturing and housebuilding professionals who are focused on ensuring CoreHaus will directly contribute towards solving the UK’s housing crisis.

Daniel Selby Managing Director
Christopher Archer Production Manager
Shane Murray Commercial Manager

Housing Delivery. Transformed.


Key Investment Highlights

A snapshot of the Key Investment Highlights associated with CoreHaus and their current EIS-eligible investment opportunity.


The team has a strong, demonstrable track record in manufacturing, construction, modular housing and house building.


Experience of the modular housing market and modern methods of construction from design and construction to delivery and installation on site.


In-depth knowledge of the market and the significant opportunities for MMC and modular home construction.


Exceptional partnerships with reputable contractors and housebuilders, delivering direct routes to market, alongside a strong supply chain and customer relationships across the construction sector. 


Innovative, sustainable and customisable with a customer-centric focus to deliver a best-in-class modular housing solution for the construction industry and affordable housing sector.


Large demand via housing associations, affordable housing delivery partners and Homes England strategic partnerships.


A 20,000 sq ft manufacturing unit located in Murton, County Durham services nationwide demand for the CoreHaus innovative modular housing solution.  


A modular central core combined with load bearing panelised wall system results in a more efficient build programme, less site disruption and is more adaptable to smaller sites.


Delivering innovative, sustainable methods of construction to positively impact the UK house building and construction sector, helping to accelerate Government targets for new build homes.


The potential to invest alongside specialist corporate investors and experienced private investors, including Fusion21 who have committed £1 million to this round.


Investors have the ability to access the generous tax reliefs available under the EIS (depending on individual tax circumstances).


Investment will drive the business towards future growth with forecast returns of 4.81x MoM on the base case forecast. Note these returns are not guaranteed and are indicative only.

Traction to Date

The team has laid the foundations to scale.


With £350,000 raised from a Corporate Investor, the team were onboarded in August 2019.

Defining The Vision
To create a modular housing manufacturer with a different approach.  Part modular, part panelised - operating from smaller factories with lower overheads and a lower carbon footprint. 

Progressing The Mission
To transform the delivery of low carbon affordable homes. Faster build. Competitive Cost. Social Value.  

First MMC Units Delivered
Seven proof of concept units manufactured and delivered in conjunction with strategic delivery partner, Homes by Carlton.





Round 1

Pre Seed



Factory Launch
20,000 sq ft production facility launched at Jade Park in County Durham.  Capacity to deliver over 100 units per annum.

Super Seed Round
CoreHaus raises further investment to support the initial market entry strategy and prepare for growth.

First Production Units in Manufacture
Order secured from Homes by Carlton to deliver four affordable homes as part of a high quality 31 unit development.

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Round 2

Super Seed



Industry Accreditations
Applications for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, BOPAS and NHBC accepted.

Winner of the Modern Methods of Construction at the Construction Excellence Awards 2022.

With a pipeline of circa £20 million, CoreHaus are ready to embark on the next phase of growth.

Growth-focused Fundraise

The team are now opening up the business to GCV Invest members to invest alongside existing CoreHaus investors - who have already committed £1,000,000 to this round - and fuel the next stage of growth.





Round 3

Series A

£2,000,000 - open

Live Investment Opportunity


EIS Eligible Investment Opportunity
Download the Investment Memorandum to discover the full details of the current investment opportunity into CoreHaus. 


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Don't invest unless you're prepared to lose all the money you invest. This is a high-risk investment and you are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong.
Risk Summary

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Due to the potential for losses, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) considers this investment to be high risk.

What are the key risks?

  • You could lose all the money you invest
  • Most investments are shares in start-up businesses or bonds issued by them. Investors in these shares or bonds often lose 100% of the money they invested, as most start-up businesses fail.
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You won't get your money back quickly

  • Even if the business you invest in is successful, it will likely take several years to get your money back.
  • The most likely way to get your money back is if the business is bought by another business or lists its shares on an exchange such as the London Stock Exchange. These events are not common.
  • Start-up businesses very rarely pay you back through dividends. You should not expect to get your money back this way.
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Don't put all your eggs in one basket

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The value of your investment can be reduced

  • If your investment is shares, the percentage of the business that you own will decrease if the business issues more shares. This could mean that the value of your investment reduces, depending on how much the business grows. Most start-up businesses issue multiple rounds of shares.
  • These new shares could have additional rights that your shares don't have, such as the right to receive a fixed dividend, which could further reduce your chances of getting a return on your investment.

You are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong

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