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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.
A team of volunteers from Countryside recently visited South Essex Wildlife Hospital, spending the day working on the animal pens and clearing the outside space.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in placemaking and regeneration, has broken ground for the construction of 132 new homes at the former Tower Court estate in Stamford Hill.
Last weekend, we were delighted to join the Friends of The Vines community group for their annual Cherry Picnic.
We are proud to announce that Phase 2 of Countryside’s Abode development in Great Kneighton has won the Graham Pye Award at the 2019 Housing Design Awards.
Countryside employees recently visited Millard House care home in Braintree, Essex, where they spent the day working in the garden.
Congratulations to the winners of our drawing competition, who will see their artwork displayed on the hoarding at South Oxhey Central, our £172m regeneration scheme in South Oxhey, Hertfordshire.
Given the significant extra value a property buyer can receive outside the capital, many are choosing to leave central London for a more relaxed life in Essex.
A naming ceremony has taken place in honour of three much-loved local figures. Councillor Len Tippen and Jack and Barbara Elliott have been commemorated at South Oxhey Central.
Rochester Riverside continued its support of the next generation of Medway’s artistic talent through an exciting creative workshop for pupils from St Margaret’s at Troy Town CofE Primary School.
We were thrilled to welcome students from Robert Clack School to our Trinity Place development in Becontree to learn about construction industry careers.