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MAY 2015

Corporate blog

A CAREER IN HOUSEBUILDING: AS SAFE AS HOUSES - BY GRAHAM CHERRY

27/05/2015

Countryside is particularly proud of its reputation as a responsible and engaging employer, and of our contribution to helping train and develop the skills of both the current and future house building workforce. This is evidenced by our industry-leading 15 years of Investors in People accreditation, and our commitment to rewarding, training and developing talent within the organisation and beyond.

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AT YOUR SERVICE: CONCIERGE SERVICES AT GREENWICH MILLENNIUM VILLAGE - BY BILL CLARKE

21/05/2015

The job of a concierge is essentially to make residents at a development feel looked after, make their lives easier and ensure they are getting value for money from the service charges that they pay.

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COUNTRYSIDE CHOSEN AS DEVELOPER PARTNER FOR THE SOUTH OXHEY INITIATIVE

21/05/2015

Three Rivers District Council has selected Countryside and Home Group, as the preferred bidder to work with them on the redevelopment of central South Oxhey, near Watford.

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APPRENTICESHIPS CAREERS ON FIRM FOUNDATIONS - BY PAUL SWEENEY

19/05/2015

Construction skills are the lifeblood of the housebuilding industry and quality apprenticeship programmes are vital to ensure these skills remain a valuable asset.

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WHY WE NEED TO LOOK AT THE ENTIRE PUBLIC SECTOR ESTATE TO GENERATE NEW HOMES IN LONDON - BY MICHAEL HILL

13/05/2015

Now that the General Election is over we can concentrate on the biggest single problem in London, i.e. the shortage of affordable housing. And, when a recent survey has calculated that a first time buyer now needs a salary of no less than £77,000 to buy a new home in London, it is clear that affordable needs to be very widely defined!

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