Countryside Properties is a dynamic, responsible and respected partner to a wide range of public and private sector organisations.
Indeed, many of the Group’s projects are successfully developed in partnership with other organisations, local authorities, housing associations and local communities.
Partnerships are often the best way of successfully developing complex sites which benefit from the combined experience, skills and shared resources of the partners.
We are able to offer our partners a comprehensive range of partnering solutions. This full range of services enables us to create tailor-made solutions to your particular development requirements. You will therefore benefit from an optimal solution that utilises the skills and experience of one of the UK’s leading developers.
Countryside Properties was a member of the HCA's original Delivery Partner Panel (DPP) and has subsequently been chosen as a member of DPP2 for the South East, Midlands and Northern Lots. We are also members of the GLA's London Development Panel.
Working with local people
Local people are encouraged to participate in the development process and in the management of community facilities to help promote social inclusion. We also give advice and financial support to local groups and organisations.
Some of our current partners...
We also work with many leading Housing Associations.
Information correct as at 24/04/2013
"We chose Countryside Properties as our development partner for the first phase of Ebbsfleet Valley at Springhead Park because they understand how good design and place making adds value. We have also enjoyed an excellent relationship with them forged in delivering the award winning Waterstone Park development in Greenhithe. Countryside has exceptional skills and experience and is a very good partner to work with.”
"Our highly successful joint venture with Countryside Properties has enabled us to deliver an outstanding sustainable new community at St Mary's Island. Our long-term relationship has led to the regeneration of the island and provided a catalyst for the renaissance of Medway.”