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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We recently welcomed students from Yesodey Hatorah School in Hackney to our Tower Court regeneration scheme in Stamford Hill. The purpose of the visit was to bring to life how new developments can have a positive impact on surrounding communities.
Rochester Riverside was delighted to support the Medway Neuro-Arts Festival, which took place in Rochester on the 20-21 July, through a £5,000 grant from the Rochester Riverside Community Board.
Last weekend, we were delighted to join the Friends of The Vines community group for their annual Cherry Picnic.
The school children of Berrymede Junior School, which is located within one of the largest regeneration schemes in West London, assisted Countryside and L&Q in the opening of their latest milestone, West Park.
Countryside celebrated its spirit of partnership and collaboration by hosting a dragon boat race for all its partners and suppliers at Fairlop Waters in Redbridge – raising £10,275 for Essex-based charity SNAP. The funds will go to parents and carers of children with special needs and disabilities.
This weekend (16-17 June) we are hosting a First-Time Buyer event at Atelier in Harlow. If you’re looking to get on the property ladder, this event is an excellent opportunity to understand how the Help to Buy scheme works and benefit from our fantastic incentives.
In a bid to continue to inspire and attract the brightest minds to the world of construction, Countryside has presented the model of the Canning Town East City Point scheme to the local Keir Hardie Primary School.
On Wednesday 6th December, the winners of the Greenwich Millennium Village Christmas card competition were announced. Students from the Millennium Primary School were invited by Greenwich Millennium Village to create a festive greetings card.
On 11th and 12th November, home builder Countryside hosted an exclusive ‘Best of’ event at Beaulieu, showcasing the very best in new homes, cars and in home entertainment in Essex.
Year five students at Coppice Primary School in Hainault received a special visit from Countryside’s industry mascot, Bill Ding, during a class for their Settlements Project on Tuesday 14th November.
According to research by Zoopla, it takes potential purchasers less than 30 minutes to decide whether a new home is right for them, with almost a quarter (24%) admitting to knowing within ten minutes or less.