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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Brent residents gained free support from an award-winning organisation, to help them to turn their passions, talents or hobbies into a small business.
We are excited to officially launch our virtual work experience programme, Destiny. Destiny is an online work experience course, fully funded and delivered by Countryside alongside our partner Springpod, that will enable students in Y10 / aged 14 to complete the programme in their own time, at no financial cost.
Leading mixed-tenure developer Countryside, in association with Stempoint East and Nuffield Research Placements, celebrated the end of their successful two-week placement programme on Friday 5th August.
We recently hosted our first Early Careers conference which reflected our commitment, continued drive and focus on early career opportunities across the business.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure housing developer, hosted a special Career Taster CPD virtual event last week with representatives from schools, colleges and career organisations across Brent, Havering, Lambeth, Kingston, Waltham Forest, Ebbsfleet, Enfield and Barking & Dagenham to break some of the common misconceptions that educational facilities have when it comes to housebuilding and career opportunities.
This week marks National Apprenticeship Week – a week dedicated to celebrating and highlighting the importance apprenticeship programmes have on people across the UK.
We caught up with our second-year graduates Debbie Akhtar and Raffles Fulton on their eclectic backgrounds and how they are using their life experiences in the world of property.
Throughout the last year, businesses across the capital have been affected by Covid-19, with small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) amongst the worst hit. SMEs are a fundamental part of London’s business ecosystem - representing 99% of the UK's business community – and we recognise that ensuring SMEs can access the skills and training needed to economically recover following the pandemic, is vital.