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With the festive season already a distant memory, and most of us getting back into our daily routine, January can be a particularly bleak month. Combined with the shorter days, dreary weather, failed new years’ resolutions and tight purse strings after the Christmas splurge, AND a Monday to boot, and you can get something else entirely.
Countryside Partnerships North is pleased to announce that Joe Turner has been appointed as Managing Director for the Manchester and Cheshire East region.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developers specialising in place making and regeneration, has appointed Kate Ives as Strategic Growth Director to support the delivery of the company’s growth plans in London and the south of England.
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.
During this National Inclusion Week, we join thousands of inclusion practitioners to further renew and create opportunities for employees at all levels to be part of the conversation around everyday inclusion.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has promoted Gino Siani to Divisional Partnerships Director within its Partnerships Midlands division.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has appointed Matthew Bench in a newly created role as Group Chief Investment Officer.
With people at the heart of our business, we, at Countryside, are strongly committed to building an inclusive workplace for all our workforce.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has promoted Phil McHugh to Managing Director to lead its Partnerships South Midlands region.
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.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has promoted Andy Barron to Managing Director to lead its Housebuilding West region.