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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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.
With UK Construction Week beginning on the 9th October, award-winning home builder, Countryside, arranged for their company mascot ‘Bill Ding’ to visit St Mary’s Island Primary School, near the site of its development.
As part of UK Construction Week 2017, two groups of Year 10 students from The Gilberd School in Colchester enjoyed an interactive talk about the construction industry from Countryside during their Resistant Materials GCSE lessons on Monday 9th October.
Despite the social and health benefits of eating together at a dining table, more and more people are shunning their dining room in favour of the living room, according to a new survey.
When searching for a new home, ensuring that there are good schools in the surrounding area is a strong deciding factor for many parents. Research by Santander has shown that one in four families has moved house to be within their desired school catchment area.
Cambridge has been revealed as the number one retail centre in Britain, in a ranking of one thousand commercial centres in the UK .
According to research from CBRE, 60 per cent of millennials believe that the city is an appealing place to work. Whilst millennials appear to be attracted to the vibrant capital, the CBRE report also suggests that for most, the longest tolerable commute is 30 minutes.
With Phase 6 well under way, homebuilders Countryside and L&Q are set to provide vital community-focused facilities at Acton Gardens, re-establishing the area as a desirable neighbourhood and supporting a reinvigorated community spirit.
The New London Architecture (NLA) research, championed by Countryside, examines the evolution of London and its towns, and explores London’s potential future as a truly polycentric city.