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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.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has promoted Kevin Delve to Managing Director for its Partnerships South East London region.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has opened the doors to its first office in Bristol reflecting its wider growth ambitions in the South West.
Today marks International Women’s Day and this year’s theme to choose to challenge really resonated with me. For me, every day is an opportunity to challenge and I truly believe there are no boundaries irrespective of your gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or education and background. In a way, that is what I have done throughout my career.
While we are in this period of change, encouraging creative and constructive thinking through our apprentices is the only way in which we will evolve for the better and fully reflect our company values.
As we continue to build on our responsibilities for mental health as an employer, we hope that we are able to be there as a shoulder to lean on for everyone at Countryside – whether a working parent or someone living alone – in the years to come and not just for Blue Monday.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer specialising in place making and regeneration, has appointed Sian Myers to the business’ Executive Management Team as Group Chief People & Culture Officer – a newly created leadership role to steer Countryside’s people, culture and values.