November 2022 saw the successful completion of the merger between Vistry Group and Countryside Partnerships. The articles below include news stories from Vistry Partnerships, now known as Countryside Partnerships.
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Although mental health is a pervasive challenge across all UK workplaces, its negative impacts within the construction industry have become undeniable.
Leading regeneration business Vistry Partnerships has secured a £128m contract from LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General) to construct 480 new homes on a former Homebase site in Wandsworth, London.
Coopers Hill is the first site to be developed by the joint-venture (JV) partnership between Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and Bracknell Forest Council.
Countryside and the Department of Education have marked the start of construction on Ark Soane, a mixed-use development in Acton, west London, comprising a new 1,200-pupil secondary school, Ark Soane Academy, and 116 high-quality homes, with a groundbreaking ceremony.
The first retailers in Phase 2 of South Oxhey Central, the £218m town centre development being delivered by Countryside in partnership with Home Group and Three Rivers District Council, have now opened, alongside a new market square. Known as Market Place, these new retail spaces add to the 19 retailers at Station Approach and future Lidl supermarket that are also part of South Oxhey Central.
Countryside catches up with Saloua Oussalah, centre administrator at the Acton Gardens Community Centre. A key part of Acton Gardens, Countryside and L&Q’s regeneration of the South Acton Estate in west London, the Community Centre was officially opened in July 2019 as part of a new hub for residents which is also home to a youth centre, dental practice, incubator workspace and local supermarket.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated a total of £10,000 from its Communities Fund to Waltham Forest Council as part of the local authority’s drive to support community groups and charities in the Marlowe Road area that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, teamed up with charity and social enterprise Cultivate London to donate free gardening kits to residents of Acton Gardens, Countryside and L&Q’s £800m regeneration of the former South Acton Estate in west London.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated a total of £7,000 from its Communities Fund to support local organisations providing key support to those most in need in Hounslow in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, and L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations, have secured unanimous planning approval from Ealing Council for Phase 8.1 and 8.2 of Acton Gardens, marking the next chapter in the regeneration of the former South Acton estate in west London.
Acton Gardens Community Centre has been at the centre of local community’s response to the coronavirus crisis. Funds will support the food bank, community kitchen and children’s activity packs
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated £17,000 from the Countryside £1m communities fund to local initiatives in South Oxhey, the site of its South Oxhey Central regeneration scheme, in partnership with Home Group and Three Rivers District Council.