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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Throughout the last couple of years, our colleagues have been fundraising for children’s hospice charity, Demelza, which provides clinical and emotional support across Kent, south-east London and East Sussex for children with serious or terminal conditions, and their families.
Although mental health is a pervasive challenge across all UK workplaces, its negative impacts within the construction industry have become undeniable.
Volunteers from Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed- tenure developer, spent the day taking part in Martin House Children’s Hospice’s annual Dragon Boat Race at Roundhay Park, Leeds.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has raised £28,000 for Bliss, the leading UK charity for babies born premature or sick, by hosting a charity football tournament with its key partners and supply chain in the West London and Thames Valley region.
On 29th June, our Southern Home Counties region hosted its annual charity golf day at Westerham Golf Club in Westerham
The Chelmsford Marathon and Marathon Half, sponsored by Beaulieu, Countryside and L&Q’s vibrant new residential development in Chelmsford, will return for its eighth year in October in aid of Havens Hospices.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated £30,000 from the Countryside Communities Fund to local initiatives working in Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, with a further 10 donations of £2,000 each available for local charities and organisations to bid for.
2021 saw the extension of our Communities Fund, a pledge of £1,000,000 to be donated across a wide-ranging cross-section of vulnerable community groups, voluntary organisations, and charities.
Countryside has been proud to support the Covid-19 vaccination effort in Barking & Dagenham through a £5,000 donation from the Countryside Communities Fund.
Countryside is supporting the Rhys Daniels Trust by furnishing a one-bedroom apartment at Aura, in Great Kneighton, recently purchased by the charity as an apartment for use by parents whose children are being treated at nearby Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
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.