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Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside Partnerships has joined forces with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Make Space for Girls, a charity which campaigns for parks and public spaces to be more welcoming to teenage girls, to develop an industry-leading approach to inclusive design in public spaces for young people.
On Thursday 30th June, Countryside partnered with Warwickshire and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Services giving them access to a derelict building at our Kingmakers View development, on a former industrial site in Warwickshire, that played host to a dramatic live exercise.
Volunteers from Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed- tenure developer, spent the day painting a local boxing club in Hexthorpe, Doncaster.
The Rochester Riverside Community Board, which oversees funding for community projects across Rochester on behalf of Countryside and Hyde, has announced more than £20,000 of funding for five new projects at its first meeting of 2022.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside was very proud to support the London Borough of Waltham Forest’s Platinum Jubilee opening event and beacon lighting on 2nd June 2022.
Beaulieu’s continued support for CSSP funds Y3 Fitness 3s and Y4 Superstars in 2022, the year groups most negatively affected by Covid-19
Countryside has partnered with STEMPOINT East to take part in the Nuffield Research Placement scheme this summer, which will provide the opportunity for Year 12 students, from selected London regions where Countryside is developing new homes, to take part in real-life research placements – designed to develop the students’ professional, research and quantitative skills.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside has donated 30 children’s book to Hainault day nursery and All Saints pre-school near its Oaklands Hamlet development in Chigwell to help boost young learning post-covid. Designed to provide additional resources for local nurseries, the book donation aims to encourage reading at a young age with a range of new and interesting books with a focus on kindness to reflect the post-pandemic sentiment.
Countryside’s community development work in Medway brought two of our partners together this autumn, as The Historic Dockyard Chatham hosted a day out for Home-Start Medway’s ‘Adventure Club’.
Developers in Chelmsford can be recognised for their commitment to health and wellbeing through a new Livewell Development Accreditation Scheme.