Dominvs Group is a Real Estate and Private Equity principal with a focus on active asset management and value accretive opportunities across the world.

Our Portfolios are organised around three core sub-sectors, each enjoying dedicated management, risk and reward dynamics and strategic growth objectives:

– Residential
– Commercial
– Hospitality

We are made up of Industry professionals that have a broad knowledge base across the Property spectrum and together we drive extra ordinary returns for our stakeholders.

We have surpassed the £300m AUM threshold and YOY growth of circa 30%. Our Portfolio continues to outperform nationwide and regional indexes and we regularly exceed the competitive set benchmark.

Dominvs is one of the fastest growing, dynamic and responsive Asset Management platforms in the UK with a growth trajectory of circa 30% we aim to become one of the most relevant platforms in the UK.

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Dominvs Commercial Places Key Tenant in Foxholes Centre

Dominvs Commercial today secured the tenancy of N2 Visual Communications for 16,000 sqft unit at Foxholes Centre Hertfordshire. N2 Visual Communications has been established for…

Dominvs Hospitality appoints Colin Horsburgh as Group Director of Sales

Dominvs Hospitality, one of UK’s fastest growing privately owned hotel group, today announced the appointment of Colin Horsburgh to the position of Group Director of…

Watford Acquisition By Dominvs Commercial

Dominvs Group today announces its acquisition of 2 industrial units totalling 70,371 sq.ft located in the sought after Greenhill Crescent, Watford Business Park. This acquisition…

Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia is appointed to Board of Directors for LKQ Corporation

Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia, founder and Chairman of Dominvs Group has been appointed to the LKQ Corporation Board of Directors effective November 10, 2014. Joseph M.…

Holiday Inn Darlington North Refurbishment Round 2

Today marks the start of the second stage of refurbishment at the Holiday Inn Darlington North, the exciting second round of works will focus on…