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Countryside, the leading UK mixed-tenure developer has donated £3,500 to Swan Housing Association to support two projects that provide additional support to residents and Care and Support customers.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated £17,000 from the Countryside £1m communities fund to local initiatives in South Oxhey, the site of its South Oxhey Central regeneration scheme, in partnership with Home Group and Three Rivers District Council.
Coupled with the 125th anniversary of the much-loved and treasured, National Trust, this year we are celebrating the parks, forests, landscaped gardens, walking trails and woodlands across the country that are cherished by so many people.
Countryside, the UK’s leading mixed-tenure developer, has donated over £23,000 from the Countryside £1m Communities Fund to four local initiatives in Barking & Dagenham, near to its Beam Park, Fresh Wharf and Trinity Place regeneration schemes.
Mental health can be a difficult topic of discussion for families, friends or colleagues that have been either directly or indirectly affected by the issue.
Our mental health lead, Marion Whitty, sat down (virtually) with Bill Hill, CEO of The Lighthouse Club, on what he is doing to champion Mental Health Awareness Week and his experience of working in the field.
Peel Place, the civic quarter of the South Kilburn Masterplan Regeneration Programme, has gained planning approval at Brent Council’s first virtual planning committee.
At the end of March 2020, Countryside exchanged contracts with government housing agency Homes England as the preferred development partner on two major development sites in Chatham, Kent, and Spencer’s Park, Hertfordshire. Both sites will see the creation of up to 900 new homes with construction expected to begin in 2022.