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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Countryside Partnerships continues to support local schools across its London regions with the latest initiative involving Partnerships’ Meridian One project team engaging with West Lea school – a school catering for students aged between four and 11 with special educational needs and disabilities.
Two Vistry Group teams joined forces to help a local primary school in response to their cry for help.
Report findings from Young Researcher-in-Residence programme (YRiR) captures qualitative data from five UK areas on how young people experience public spaces
Countryside Partnerships, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, is giving back to the community in Whitchurch where it has been working on the £19.1m Pauls Moss development with Wrekin Housing Group, Shropshire Council, NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Council and local GPs since 2022.
Countryside Partnerships welcomed the local community to St James’ Park, its development in Bishop’s Stortford, to take part in some hands-on research at their on-site Tiny Forest
Countryside Partnerships has lent a hand to one of Britain’s leading junior BMX riders to make sure she could take part in this year’s World Championships in Scotland
Colleagues from three of Countryside Partnership’s business teams took on the National Three Peaks Challenge and have raised upwards of £22000 for Vistry Group’s charity of the year Alzheimers Society.
This week Countryside Partnerships sponsored a Housing Forum led event which discussed the value of diversity in housing in the design and delivery stages.
Furrell’s Park at Rochester Riverside, Countryside Partnerships’ and the Hyde Group’s £419m regeneration scheme, was recently officially opened by local primary school pupils, marking a major step in the health and wellbeing amenities on offer at the 1,400-home scheme.
The Enfield Construction Skills Academy at Meridian Water has opened its door to students following the completion of the campus which aims to train more than 500 people per year.
On Tuesday 21st March, Countryside’s St James’ Park development launched its Tiny Forest initiative with the help of the local community. Tiny Forests is a programme run by Earthwatch Europe, an environmental charity and Independent Research Organisation, which works with local communities and partners to plant and maintain dense and fast-growing native woodlands, to reconnect people with nature and raise awareness of climate change.