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This Armistice Day, Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking and regeneration, has signed the Armed Forces Covenant with the Royal Engineers at Brompton Barracks, Chatham, demonstrating its support for the armed forces (AF) community.
Smethwick pupils were given an insight into the workings of a live housing development by Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking and regeneration, with a special visit to its Wards Keep development in nearby Wednesbury.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking and regeneration, was proud to host members of Enfield Council for a site tour of Elements, the £310m regeneration of the former Alma Estate in Ponders End, Enfield.
The second annual Acton Gardens construction event was held last week on site at Countryside and L&Q’s £600m regeneration of the South Acton Estate, giving local schoolchildren an introduction into the construction industry.
Countryside, the leading home builder behind the planned transformation of North Leigh Park, has made a commitment to invest in apprenticeships for local people as the business prepares to commence work on the flagship site.
Alongside their sponsorship, Countryside have also contributed financially towards the construction of the £1 million pavilion at Broadbridge Heath FC, the football club’s stadium, two full size football pitches and junior pitch.
The Beaulieu Park School, Essex’s first all-through school in Chelmsford, has opened its doors to the first intake of secondary school students.
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.