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 continue to support local schools across the London region with their STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programmes.
One of Countryside’s new showhomes at Fletton Folly got a thorough testing of its credentials as 25 pupils, aged 5 to 11, descended on its pristine interior to learn about sustainable building, site safety and how bouncy beds can be!
We are delighted to share that Chelmsford City Council has formally approved the Development Framework Document for Chelmsford Garden Community, which sets to deliver much-needed housing alongside a wealth of employment, green infrastructure and sustainable travel opportunities.
As part of our commitment to support local initiatives that benefit the lives of residents and communities in the areas we operate, Countryside Partnerships is proud to partner with Box Up Crime to provide an annual programme of boxing classes and mentoring support to the young residents of Brent.
Countryside Partnerships and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), are proud to announce the funding of a 12-month community programme at Clapham Park which will bring people together over hot, healthy food, in partnership with local charity Be Enriched.
We were delighted to join Future of London in bringing together an impressive roundtable of developers, youth organisations, housing associations and local authorities to discuss Social Value, and explore why young people are integral to achieving it.
Although we are no longer in and out of lockdowns, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was still felt acutely in communities across the country throughout 2022.
An athlete who survived cancer thanks to a lifesaving stem cell transplant, will travel to Australia next year for The World Transplant Games.
Vistry Group is demonstrating its support for the UK’s military services by sending a seven-strong team to Plymouth’s Armed Forces Day.
An £10m scheme in Tynemouth, which offers over 55s the chance to live independently as their needs change, has welcomed its first residents.
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.