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Ashley House Plc
Equity, Small Cap, Social Impact
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Social Impact:  Physical Health
Business Area: Health, Elderly and Social Care Infrastructure; Development; Design and Construction Management; Asset Management
Established: 1991

Location: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK

Ashley House Plc (Ashley House) was established in 1991 as a social developer. The company has a 25 year track record in providing innovative approaches to the resourcing, funding, design and delivery of health, care and supported living environments. The company works in partnership with local government, health commissions and affordable housing providers. The objective is to address health and social care needs of communities throughout the UK. The company has developed in excess of 200 properties and has improved outcomes across the country by providing its clients with the most cost effective property solutions. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Chototel One Ltd
Equity, Social Impact
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Social Impact:  International Development
Business Area: Homelessness, Social and Affordable Housing; Poverty Alleviation; Green and Clean Tech; Construction and Development; Real Estate; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 2015

Location: London, UK; Mumbai, India

Chototel One Ltd (Chototel) designs lowcost, high-tech buildings than can serve the accommodation needs of people who cannot afford to rent privately. Rooms in the first project, in Nagothane, near Mumbai, start at $2 a night, and can sleep up to four people. Utility bills are charged separately; however, these don’t cost more than $0.50 a day because the building is completely off-grid and uses renewable and sustainable forms of energy, such as solar power. Further cost savings are delivered by automating various hotel services via bots and a smartphone app. The business is globally scalable and plans are in place to expand into the UK and UAE. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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