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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Oaklands Hamlet family-led housing scheme donates 30 wellbeing books to Chigwell nurseries to support children’s learning post-Covid
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.
We’re delighted to announce our participation in the newly launched purchase scheme, Deposit Unlock. Providing first time buyers and existing homeowners with the option to purchase their new home with just 5% deposit, the mortgage indemnity scheme has been developed by the Home Builders Federation.
Countryside welcomed over 100 contractors, suppliers and future partners from across the country
Countryside partners with Essex Search and Rescue to host exercise day on Tye Green construction site
Sunday 21st November saw Countryside welcome the locally based Essex Search and Rescue team at its newly launched site, The Paddocks in Tye Green.
As we continuously strive to build a workplace where everyone feels welcome and included, we will keep talking about what inclusion means to each one of us at Countryside.
We are delighted to announce our “Building Communities” strategy - our approach to delivering high quality, well-designed communities which put communities and our stakeholders at the heart of our thinking.
On 14th September, in partnership with New London Architecture (NLA), we hosted an event at our Beam Park development on public private partnerships that brought together leaders from across the two sectors.
This week marks Love Parks Week, and over the last 18 months we have seen an increasing number of people, up and down the country, value green open space more than ever.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has improved the garden at John West House in Maidenhead for residents, thanks to a £2,500 donation from the Countryside Communities Fund.
Countryside has partnered with the NHS on their latest skin cancer prevention campaign, with the additional support from actor Ray Winstone. The campaign running across the mid and south Essex region is using the latest AI technology to support rapid diagnosis of skin cancers.